Keyword Explorer – Related Keywords Report
You can open a Related Keywords report and search for keywords semantically related to a keyword of your choice. 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?
Let me take you through the process of generating a list of related keywords in Keyword Explorer.
Let’s assume that you work at a pharmaceutical company which wants to write an article about diabetes, titled for instance “Causes and symptoms of diabetes” (we got the idea for this article from Questions in Keyword Explorer). To generate a list of keywords for an article, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Click on Related Keywords in Keyword Explorer.
Step 2: Type in a keyword for which you’d like to generate a report, choose a country to analyze and click Search.
Remember that you can provide more than one keyword – the system will then generate more results.
Step 3: Analyze the list of keywords.
Keywords are sorted by their average search number – from those searched for most frequently to those searched for least frequently.
By default, this table includes the following metrics:
● Keyword, i.e. a query typed in by users
● Parent keyword (this measure shows with which of the provided words the result is related)
● Average search number
● Trends revealing in which months a given keyword is searched for most frequently
● Number of words in a key phrase
● Common factor – this metric shows a degree of relationship between the keyword suggested and your query.
If you’re interested in other metrics, add them to the table by clicking the More Options icon on the right and selecting Customize.
The definitions of all our metrics are available here.
Go to the system and give your keyword a context.
If you want to learn more, check out out blog post "Keyword research and analysis with Senuto – 10 good reasons to give it a go".