3 Free Keyword Tools For Cannabis Entrepreneurs

3 Free Keyword Tools For Cannabis Entrepreneurs


By: Heather Burton

Providing original content is key for cannabis entrepreneurs who want to build an engaged and loyal audience.

Without words, thoughts, and information – your target audience will never know who you are or what you do.

During these ever-growing cannabusiness times, it’s important to provide quality information to the public. We are pioneering the path into the future of medical cannabis and adult use.

Our words matter. 

And if you want people to find your content, high-value words and phrases are one of the best tools you can use to construct a successful business and build lasting relationships.

Which is why we’ve put together a list of the top keyword tools for you!

These tools will not only help you monitor your competition, they'll also give you insight into directly what your customers are searching for on Google. This information can bring a huge boost to your business.

Did we mention they're free to use?

Here are 3 keyword tools you need to be taking advantage of. 

#1 Serpstat


Step up your SEO game with Serpstat. Even their free version allows you to research keywords, monitor trends, find related search terms, assess keyword difficulty, evaluate the competition, and more! By tapping into their all-in-one SEO platform you will have access to a huge amount of insights, directly at your fingertips. 

Although the paid version comes with even more info and abilities, the free option is loaded with powerful takeaways. You will shocked by how much value you can get from this tool! Plus, it's really easy to use. Just enter a domain, link, or keyword to get started. 

#2 LSIGraph


LSI keywords are keywords and phrases that are linked to your main keyword/topic. In simple terms, they're semantically related search terms. By using LSI keywords, you can increase your ranking on Google. In fact, LSIGraph is especially help for improving the visibility of your content. 

The one drawback to this tool though is that it doesn't provide any data on the keywords. LSIGraph only displays a list of related terms based on your search. However, it is really useful for brainstorming and gauging what keywords and phrases people are actually searching for. Incorporating strategic LSI keywords in your content can increase your brand visibility substantially. 

#3 Keyword Density analysis tool


To both the end user and the search engines, your webpage’s word content is a big deal. How, where, and what words are used influences how a search engine reads your website and ranks it. This tool by Internet Marketing Ninjas allows you to not only run a keyword density analysis on your own webpages for improvement, but it also lets you search a major competitor’s pages for their keyword usage.

This can help you refine and define your keyword usage. Another advantage of this tool is that it can help you determine the keyword density of any page. To start using this free resource, just enter a URL into their search bar.


Whether you're selling concentrates or cannabis marketing services, you need to make sure people in your target audience can find you online.

One way you can achieve this is by using strategic keywords within your content.

These free keyword tools should give you a jumpstart! However, keywords are not the only factor you need to consider to successfully market your cannabis business online. If you want to increase your ranking on Google, focus on creating high quality content your target audience wants, needs, and craves.


What is your biggest challenge when it comes to increasing your cannabis brand's online visibility? Share your feedback by commenting below! 

Heather Burton

Heather Burton


Heather lives with her husband and two children in beautiful British Columbia. Her passion has always been to enhance the lives of others by helping them reach their own personal goals and accomplishments. Content management is her specialty, and writing is what she does best. Her love for helping others lead her to the cannabis scene where she saw an immense gap between patients and medicine that can help them.