By default, Keyword Discovery will search the Global premium database. To search on other databases such as shopping, news, regional, eBay etc. select the database from the list. To set a default database, click on the Account link, then click the Update details link.
An overview of each search type is provided below.
Also see the Databases manual page.
Note: The number of results returned is dependent on the subscription level.
This function removers search terms containing adult keywords from the result set.
The Competitors feature lists upto the top 100 sites/domains that receive the most traffic for that keyword from Search Engines.
The Domain score feature is recommended when querying a domain name. It performs 4 separate queries for the keyword entered. The sum of all 4 results, if any, are then represented as the total search volume.
Prevents specific keywords from being displayed in the results. Enter excluded keywords separated by commas.
A fuzzy (or "like") search performs a fuzzy string match on the keyword or phrase to return similar search terms. Ideal to find reverse misspellings.
This option includes plurals of the keyword entered.
Industry Categories search queries the Industry Terms database to list the actual categories that the keyword(s) falls under. This option is useful in matching keywords to specific categories and also in locating related keywords from the same category or niche.
Also searches different forms of the word.
For example: A search for the keyword "swim" will also include results containing the keywords "swam", "swum", "swimming" and "swims".
A phrase match search will return search terms containing the keywords in the EXACT order provided.
A related search will find keywords related to the keyword(s) entered. This may help discover relevant keywords that you may not be targeting, helping you to broaden your keyword range.
This function returns search results with and without spaces of the searched phrase.
Acts like a regular search and replace tool in text editors. Once clicked on, enter a string you wish to replace and then click on OK.
A spell search will find keyword that are common misspellings for keywords entered. Targeting popular keyword misspellings can often increase traffic.
The Thesaurus search provides a set of keywords and phrases that have similar "word-sense" to keywords entered. This feature complements the Related search feature by looking at a broader spectrum of semantically similar keywords.
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