Keyword Research Using A Thesaurus

Last Update: March 09, 2018

I'm sure the heading perked some interest that's why you're here as we know that Jaaxy is the #1 tool for Keyword Research.

I'm now at the start of Month 2 in the Super Affiliate Group.

Our main focus is on content - including the design,keywords, catchy titles and so on.

One of the emphasis was on keyword stuffing. I'm sure we all do this to try and outrank our competitors, however, Google will penalise us for this.

Sometimes it's not clear that your keywords are similar.

So, let's see.

Are these 2 keywords the same?

"How to make money on the net?" = "How to make money online?"

They certainly are in terms of Google!

Hmm..

How could this be? This led me to check out the definition of 'thesaurus'.

Here it is from my good old friend Wikipedia!

".... a thesaurus is a reference work that lists words grouped together according to similarity of meaning (containing synonyms and sometimes antonyms),..."

Did you read the bolded text above?

So yes! Those two sentences have similar meanings.

Do you keyword stuff unknowingly? I'd love to hear from you.

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Rich908 Premium
Nice one Jackie - I also liked Boomers Latent Semantic Indexing and Keywords for Higher SEO
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JackieSmith Premium
You're welcome.

I'll check out Boomers. Thanks for mentioning!
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hagstf Premium
I have also used a thesaurus when writing content to try and find some LSI keywords
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JackieSmith Premium
Cool. I love words but always find it hard to use the right one until I pull out my thesaurus.
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Zarina Premium
Catchy titles! Definitely it's time to use these tips: (I know you've already enjoyed it and let me know how it works out for you in practice!)

As for the keywords, I knew we should be careful with not having similar keywords but sometimes accidentally you still happen to make that mistake!
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JackieSmith Premium
Yep!

I've bookmarked your post Zarina, and was referencing it today.

A great read!
Thanks.
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Zarina Premium
Glad to help!

This is one of the best/most useful tutorials I've created here (along the one for Canadianss on avoiding PayPal conversion fees).
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DEversley Premium
Thanks for sharing, Jackie.
Have a read here. David
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JackieSmith Premium
Excellent! Great minds think alike. I'm on the right track.

Thanks for sharing Roberts post with me!
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Zarina Premium
Google became SO smart that it's crazy! What a great time to live in
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JackieSmith Premium
Definitely! So much effort we need to put into our business to keep Google happy!
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DEversley Premium
Very true, Zarina!
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Hammer11B Premium
Very innovative. I would have never thought of this. I actually do this far to often. Now we know.
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JackieSmith Premium
Yes. Google is so intelligent! It's not just a search engine. :-)
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