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Auto-discovering new keywords

How to use Nightwatch to discover new keywords automatically.

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Written by Maja Nagelj
Updated over a week ago

Nightwatch helps you discover new keywords regularly as your website grows, and you can review these in the Discover Keywords section.

We find the keywords by using your website, competitors, and market analysis and with Google Search Console's help (so make sure you connected it for the best results). As soon as the tool finds a new keyword, you will see the notification, and then you can navigate to your website's overview and click the Discover keywords button.

Pre-requisite: Make sure your Nightwatch account is connected to Google Search Console for best results.

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Reviewing auto-discovered keywords

As soon as you add your new URL to Nightwatch, you will see the list of first discovered keywords:

You can review them, change the settings (per keyword or in a batch using the actions button), leave them as is, or even delete them from the list, and add completely your own.

Review auto-discovered keywords

Nightwatch will also automatically help you discover new keywords regularly as your website grows.

Here’s how you can review these auto-discovered keywords:

  • Within a website’s dashboard, click on All Keywords at the left sidebar.

  • You will then see the blue Discover Keywords button towards the right side of the page; click it.

  • If there are keywords that you’ll want to add, click the blue [+] button.

Keyword suggestions notifications

From time to time, you will also receive notifications on new keyword suggestions at the top navigation bar:

💡 Note: Our Auto-discovery estimated rank data is taken from Google Search Console, whereby it shows your page's average position when it appears in the search results.

Also, Google experiments on new sites by occasionally ranking them to see if users are interested in them, which will affect the display of the estimated rank.

Check out our tutorial video on YouTube:

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