Creating meaningful content isn’t easy. So much time and effort goes into every website article, social media post, and email sent to your audience. With all that you put into it, you want to make sure that the topics that you are writing about are ones that your audience will find valuable—that they will engage with and share with their peers.
A Tool for Finding Content Topics
Do you find yourself frustrated when trying to come up with topics to write about? This quick tip is a tool to help you find content ideas that are relevant to your audience. It’s an online tool called LSI Graph that generates keyword phrases (also known as LSI keywords) related to a general keyword. When you enter a keyword into the search box (for example, “bird watching,” “conservation,” or “binoculars”), LSI Graph will generate a list of related keyword phrases that are trending online. It’s a great way to get specific ideas related to those basic keywords that are relevant to your audience. Visit LSIGraph.com »
What is a LSI keyword?
From the LSI Graph website:
“LSI Keyword is a keyword that is semantically linked to a main keyword. In a nutshell, LSI keywords are keywords that we generally find related to a main keyword.”
In SEO (search engine optimization) context, they are keywords that we should be using in our content to help search engines understand our content better.”
Picture a word web with the main keyword in middle and LSI keywords around it.
While you can generate word webs on your own, the advantage to using an online generator is that it’s providing keywords that are also trending online to give you the most relevant connected options.
Free and Paid Options on LSI Graph
LSI Graph allows you to search three keywords each day for free. Beyond that, they offer paid subscriptions that give you unlimited searches and more details on your keyword results. Visit LSIGraph.com »
Other Keyword Generators
Google Trends is another free tool to see what keywords are trending. This Google tool shows you how keywords are performing in search results over time, as well as related searches. Google Trends is powerful and easy to use, and worth exploring. However, it doesn’t provide detailed keywords like LSI Graph, and has limited information on niche search terms.
Creating and Sharing Content
When you create content, you want to be as efficient as possible, which is why I suggest housing it on a blog on your website. To learn more about why this is the most efficient way to manage and share content, check out this post.