Semantic Keyword Research
Generate semantic maps, identify popular queries, questions, and entities related to a topic to elevate your content and boost topical authority
Create Semantic Topic Map in Seconds
Find what queries, entities, questions and concepts Google thinks are closely related to a topic
Identify Popular Semantic Questions
Find the most popular questions people ask about any topic using their meaning and not just keywords
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are semantic keywords?
Semantic keywords are words that have similar meaning or related to the same context. For example, "natural language processing" is related to "artificial intelligence" as they are often used together. Semantic keywords help Google to disambiguate between entities that have the same spelling, but different meaning. In general, using semantically related keywords can signal Google of the quality of a page and the extent to which it covers a certain topic.
Why are semantic keywords important in SEO?
Semantic keywords help search engines to better understand content. For example, the word "python" can mean both a snake and a programming language depending on the context in which it is used. If there are other semantically related words in an article, such as "database" or "API", a search engine may identify that Python means a programming language in this context. On the other hand, if the words like "cobra" or "prey" are used in an article, a search engine may conclude that, in this case, python is a snake. In general, semantic keywords are an indicator of the scope and breadth of content.