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A few of the less common methods suggested that I frequently use to find keywords:

  • Searching through reddits relating to the topic and seeing what kinds of questions people are asking.
  • Go to a Wikipedia page about my topic. Then click on the Tools dropdown menu and click on "What links here". This give you a list of all the other Wikipedia pages linking to this one. There are often some great search terms, entities, and semantically related terms in here.
  • Look at People Also Ask questions.
  • If the site has been around for a while, I'll got to GSC and use a regex expression to find all the questions people are searching for that my content is showing up in SERPs for. I'll often find topics and search queries that my content is currently not addressing well because I wasn't really targeting them.
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If possible, suggest some uncommon methods to find low competitive keywords. I'm using SEMrush.

Now many reddit and Quora keywords rank on google. Reddit and Quora are strong competitor? How to measure a keyword high or low competitive?

 

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10 hours ago, Nitol said:

If possible, suggest some uncommon methods to find low competitive keywords. I'm using SEMrush.

Now many reddit and Quora keywords rank on google. Reddit and Quora are strong competitor? How to measure a keyword high or low competitive?

 

I'll let someone else offer advice on that.

I don't really pay attention to competition.

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