Find Related Keywords for your Content
What Are Related Keywords?
Related keywords are synonyms or semantically related terms to the main keywords you’re targeting and trying to rank for on the SERPs.
Using them builds authority by helping search engines and users better understand the topics you’re writing about.
4 Ways To Find Related Keywords
Let’s look at four proven ways to find related keywords to use as part of your strategy, diving into different tactics you can use to ensure you’re not missing out on critical opportunities.
We’ll assume that you’ve already got your primary keywords and will use them as a list to find related words.
1. Semrush Keyword Magic Tool
If you want to generate a list of related keywords quickly, the Semrush Keyword Magic Tool is perfect for this.
Enter a keyword, hit search, and you’ll get a list of keyword suggestions.
This can be a great way to expand your initial keyword list with related terms.
2. Semrush SEO Content Template
The Semrush SEO Content Template can help you pull together a list of semantically related keywords to include.
Head to the tool, enter your main keyword(s) that the page is targeting, and hit ‘create SEO template.’
3. Semrush Organic Research Tool
Competitor research is an integral part of any SEO strategy, but analyzing the keywords that your competitor’s similar pages are ranking for can help you to find opportunities for related keywords.
Head to the Semrush Organic Research Tool and make sure you’ve selected the ‘Exact URL’ from the dropdown next to the URL bar.
4. Using Google Autocomplete and Related Searches
Head to Google, enter your main keyword, and scroll right down to the bottom of the SERPs.
See that ‘Searches related to [keyword]’ list? It’s a goldmine for finding related keywords, and it takes just seconds to build out your list of other related searches people are making.