Popular free top Google keywords suggest tool, Ubersuggest.io has been acquired by one of the richest Digital Marketers and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) specialists in the world, Neil Patel who also owns Neilpatel.com, Kissmetrics.com, Crazyegg.com, Hellobar.com and Quicksprout.com. The news of the purchase was made public on the Ubersuggest website yesterday 19th February, 2017 but the price agreed on is not yet known.
Ubersuggest.io was created by an Italian SEO specialist and programmer and is one of the best free keyword tools on the web, users can get top keywords searched for on the Web, Images, Shopping, YouTube and News search engines and it has about 90 countries which users can choose from. The software has a word cloud feature which shows the top keywords gotten from the keyword searched for in a cloud.
Ubersuggest has a free browser extension plugin for Google Chrome and Mozilla firefox called Keyword Everywhere extension which enables users who have it installed on their browsers see monthly volume, average cost per click and competition for the searched keyword. Furthermore, the keyword tool arranges keyword results in alphabetical and numerical order, the top 10 most searched keywords are placed at the top of the page and there is a filter to refine search results. Uber suggest allows users view the keyword suggestions in text format and download in Microsoft excel (csv) format.
Born April 24, 1985 in London, England, Neil Patel has been an entrepreneur since his first year at John F. Kennedy High School and has helped companies such as Amazon, NBC, GM, HP and Viacom increase their income using his expert digital marketing skills, he is recognized by The Wall Street Journal as a top influencer on the web, Forbes also listed him as one of the top 10 online marketers in the world. He was listed among top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 30 by President Obama and the United Nations, the United States House of Representatives also awarded him Congressional Recognition. Although, Neil Patel’s net worth is not truly known, analysts have estimated it to be about 10 million US Dollars
The details of the purchase and the amount paid for the keyword tool are still sketchy but users are not too happy as they feel that the free service will most likely be converted to a paid service by Neil in the near future. The notification on the Ubersuggest website about the sale however promises “new free features soon”, guess we’ll have to wait patiently to see the final outcome.