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Keyword Explorer – Related Keywords Report

You can open a Related Keywords report and search for keywords semantically related to a keyword of your choice.

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Written by Ula Wróbel
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Determining such keywords will help you create a context for the keyword you chose. You may take advantage of a generated list of keywords when writing a blog article or while extending a list of keywords tracked in Rank Tracker.

How to use this report?

In the Related Keywords report in the Keyword Explorer, enter the phrase you wish to generate queries with, select the country to be analysed and click "Search". Remember that you can enter more than one phrase in your query - the system will then generate more results.

Analysis of results

Table with the generated list of related keywords

The resulting table contains the list of dependent words generated for the keyword diabetes.

The phrases are sorted according to their average monthly number of searches - from most to least searched by users.

By default, this table consists of the following metrics:

  • keyword, which is the question searched by users,

  • the parent word (this metric will tell you which of the words entered in the query the result is related to),

  • the average monthly number of searches,

  • trend graph,

  • number of words in the keyword,

  • correlation coefficient.

For definitions of all metrics in Senuto, see the article Metrics in Senuto.

Customising the table view and exporting results

If you are interested in other metrics, add them to the summary by selecting Customise. You can read more about customising columns here.

If you prefer to carry out your analysis in Excel or another program, the data can be downloaded in .XLSX format. To download the file, click on the icon in the top right corner of the report and select Export.

Keyword details

If you would like to carry out a detailed analysis of a specific keyword, please click on the desired result in the table. You can read more about the Keyword Detail report here.

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