Enter the keywords you want to target and our Related Keywords Finder tool will produce a great list of relevant keywords for better SEO.
When you are performing keyword research, you tend to look for keywords that have a high search volume, because optimising with such type of keywords can generate top Search Engine Result Page (SERP) rankings for your site. To widen your keyword list, you can use tools like Keyword Suggestion Tool, Long Tail Keywords Finder Tool, etc. But, both of these tools solve a different purpose. Similarly, the Related Keywords Finder Tool also has a particular job to execute.
Long Tail Keywords Finder and the Keyword Suggestion Tool produce results that are basically variations of the seed keyword. Whereas, the Related Keywords Finder generates keywords that are not only variations of the seed keyword, but also the search terms that are synonymous to the seed keyword.
After you've broadened your keyword list, you need to locate the keywords with the highest search volume, and later optimise your content with them. But, sometimes you exceed the keyword density limit for the high search volume keyword. this is where you need to replace some of the keywords with their synonymous counterparts.
For instance, Related Words Generator is a keyword with high search volume, but there is also a term called Related Keywords Finder whose search volume is moderately good. So, some people search for Related Words Generator while the others are searching for Related Keywords Finder. When you've optimised your content with Related Words Generator, and it's Keyword Density exceeds and starts implying keyword stuffing, then you can replace Related Words Generator with Related Keywords Finder instead. Hence, you will not only be saving your site from getting penalised but also, you will be ranking for the term Related Words Generator as well.
If you have written quality content and have optimised it with keywords as well, but still not getting ranked, then that signifies inappropriate optimisation of keywords in your content.
There's a process that needs to be followed if you wish to appropriately optimize your content with keywords so that you can rank higher in the search engine result pages.
Keyword Research: Before you start placing keywords in your content, you need to perform keyword research and create a list of keywords: short tail, long tail, and related keywords. Along with the keywords, record the search volume of each keyword and choose one of the high volume keywords as your primary keyword. You can use the free long tail keywords finder and keyword suggestion tool to create a list of the most searched keywords. And You have Related Keywords Finder to find related search terms.
Title Tag: This is the title of the page which is visible to the user in the SERPs. The title must tell the searcher in 5 to 7 words what your content is about and it must include the primary keyword organically.
Slug: It is a part of the URL of the page you are optimising. Slug should also have the primary keyword without any stop words (like by, the, too, etc.).
H1 Tag: This is the main heading of the page. There can only be one H1 Tag on a particular page, and in this too the primary keyword should be included organically.
H2 Tag: These basically are the subheadings. It is not essential for H2, H3, H4, tags to include a primary keyword in the content. But they divide the content into parts and make it easier to read and comprehend.
Meta Description: This is the short description that is visible to the searcher below the Slug and the title in the SERPs. Meta Description tag should give an idea to the searcher as to what your content is about; plus, it should also include the primary keyword along with the related search terms. Meta Description should be around 160 characters.
Content Body: The content body is to be optimised with the keywords as well, but the primary keyword should only be included a couple of times. Otherwise, it will exceed the keyword density, and your site will get penalised for keyword stuffing. The content you write needs to be relevant to the keywords and justify the title, slug, H1 tag, and meta description.
Alt Tag: When, due to a slow internet connection, an image takes time to load, then the Alt Tag is visible to the visitor. The alt tag should also include the primary keyword organically.
Internal Linking: From your article, you should link to the other content pieces on your website and create some sort of web for the search engine spider. When you have a strong internal linking structure, the visitor can explore the very depths of your site along with the spider and rank pages accordingly.
Robots.txt: Check whether your page has an active Robots.txt file or an inactive one. Active Robots.txt file sends the search engine crawler a signal conveying not to crawl a particular page, and an inactive Robots.txt file just does the opposite.
If you follow these 10 pointers and optimise your site to load faster, then your page will send strong ranking signals to the crawler. This will result in your site getting higher rankings than before.
Note: While doing keyword optimisation, you should always place your keywords organically throughout the content.
RankWatch's Related Keywords Finder is one of the easiest tools to do keyword research. You just have to enter the seed key words you seek related SEO keywords for, and hit enter. Within seconds of performing this action, the Related Keywords Finder Tool will start making suggestions for seed keyword's variations. And as you scroll down the results, more related keywords will be added simultaneously.
You can use the Related Words Generator Tool whenever necessary. RankWatch has set no limit to the usage of this free tool. You can use it anytime you want and that too for free.