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Kathleen Garvin

SEMrush Tutorial: Related Keywords Report

Kathleen Garvin
SEMrush Tutorial: Related Keywords Report

Today, we're going to break down the SEMrush Related Keywords Report.

This video was created by David Black, Head of Customer Relations and Video Content Development. You can view the tutorial online here.

Related keywords are the cornerstone of any keyword research effort. Targeting search terms and phrases related to your exact keywords, products and services maximize the effectiveness of any organic or paid search campaign.

The SEMrush Related Keywords Report uses proprietary algorithms to find the best possible relationships between keywords. It may increase your conversions and traffic by helping you find the top search terms related to your exact keywords. And it provides additional data to help you drill down on keywords that meet your criteria.


SEMrush is a trusted resource for keyword research. Once you’ve typed in a seed keyword or phrase, you can access the Related Keywords Report from the Keyword Overview or the left hand navigation under Keyword Research.


SEMrush cross-references the common keywords across millions of domains to determine exactly which phrases are related to one another. Targeting these keywords in your campaign may help you reach your goals faster, cheaper and with the least amount of competition. But one thing search marketers always rely on is the monthly search volume.


We sort the table like this by default so that we’re providing the most popular search terms right up front. If you’re not conducting keyword research, you’re wasting valuable time and money. SEMrush provides all the necessary tools and data to conduct your research efficiently. You can sort our reports by almost any column like search volume, CPC, competition level, and you can add filters to drill down on keywords that meet your criteria. All before exporting to either CSV or XLS.


Good luck! And if you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to our customer support specialists.

Our last tutorial on the blog was SEMrush Tutorial: URL Organic Positions Report. You can find more SEMrush video tutorials on our website and on the SEOQuakeTeam YouTube page.

Kathleen Garvin is an online editor and analytics wrangler for The Penny Hoarder, the largest personal finance blog. She's also a contributing writer for I Want Her Job and started a beginner-friendly digital marketing blog, The Maroon House. Kathleen is the former blog editor at SEMrush.

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