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Basic and Useful Ideas to Find Related Keywords

Every keyword has other related words and terms. The following is a basic and useful idea to find related keywords for running a successful campaign on Google, Yahoo, Live and other Ad displaying networks.

Regional spellings:

If you are targeting US as your region, then try to find regional keywords like “aqua” instead of “water,” “roll” instead of “bun,” or “hat” instead of “cap.”

Same way If your target region is India, then regional keywords would be e.g. “water” instead of “aqua,” “bun” instead of “roll,” or “cap” instead of “hat.”

Abbreviations and acronyms:

Use the abbreviated and acronym spellings of your keywords. If you are bidding on “Search Engine Optimization” or “National Football League” you should also bid on “SEO” and “NFL”.

Use Opposites:

When you are selecting keywords sometimes it helps to think about choosing opposites. For example, if you are advertising for “affordable garden furniture,” you can also advertise for “garden furniture not expensive.”

Use Domain Names:

Many people type in domain names in search engines instead of going directly to the websites. Consider whether you can supplement some of your keywords with “.com.” or “www.”

Misspelled Keywords:

It would be useful to find some targeted keywords that are often misspelled by people on the search engines. There are large number of typo, misspelling tools available on the internet to find the targeted misspelled keywords for your ads.


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One comment on “Basic and Useful Ideas to Find Related Keywords
  1. Alan says:

    Can u name some other tools for finding misspelled keywords other thn the one given here.

    And one more question – Even though if I am going to target for misspelt keywords, Google is gonna give a suggestion for the right one asking “Did you mean ….” . So whats the point in targeting those keywords as almost most people would click on that instead of using the misspelled search.

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