When we speak about semantic keywords in relation to search engine optimization (SEO), we are talking about keywords that are conceptually related to the original keyword. For example, if we were to speak about “digital marketing,” a semantically related keyword might be “SERP” or “SEO.”
Finding semantic keywords through keyword research is a critical part of creating your SEO strategy. Semantic keywords are related closely to the original keyword, and thus they provide the search engine spiders with greater insight regarding the topic that the content discusses and the depth it provides. This information allows the search engine algorithm to rank the page more accurately.
Additionally, content developers need to remember that search engines want to see high-quality content that flows like natural language. While in the past, people often used strategies like keyword stuffing to make…
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