It’s all well and good that you have done your keyword research prior to putting together your new piece of content.
But sometimes you might want to find related keywords (or even new ideas) that can either expand your existing content or to come up with ideas for a brand new one.
Doing some additional keyword research is required, but it doesn’t always have to be a chore, as you can do so directly on Google search result.
And you can do that in just seconds.
In this post (with video included), you can learn how to find related keyword ideas on Google.
You can view the short video below on how I have found related keywords on Google:
1. Scroll to the Bottom of the Google Search Result
One of the easiest ways to find related content is to go to Google, search for the keywords or phrase that you are looking for and scroll to the bottom of the results:
2. Use Google’s Auto Suggest
You’d be surprised on how powerful Google’s auto suggest can be, as it can also help you to unlock an unlimited amount of keyword AND content ideas too.
3. Click Back on Search Bar for More Auto Suggest Ideas
After you have searched for your query on Google and looked at the results, if you click back on the search bar, the auto suggest will be very different to what you’ve seen when you originally typed in your search query (note: it’s the same as the ‘related searches’ at the bottom of the search result.
4. Use the “People Also Ask” Feature
If you are lucky, you might even find the “People Also Ask” feature appearing on the search result, which is also very useful for find related long-tail keywords too:
5. Bonus Tips
Don’t forget to use Keywords Everywhere to extract metrics such as search volume, CPC (cost-per-click) and competition alongside the related keywords and “People Also Search For” feature:
On top of that, you will also find an extended list of “People Also Search For” too:
Even though it has been on Google for many years, the auto-suggest, related searches and “People Also Ask” are places that many people don’t bother looking when trying to find related keywords and for content ideas.
And if you want to know more ways of maximising Google, there are a number of different Google search tips and tricks that can help you further, not just with your keyword research, but also your content ideas too.
Let me know in the comment section below whether you have ever considered using those features to find related keywords and content ideas. And if you have, do you have any other useful tips to share? Do let me know in the comments.
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