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There are two simple webpages that will help re-energize your keyword research process.

First: Google AdWords Keyword Tool

Second: Any page on the web that can be spidered and contains related information

Does that sound ambiguous?

Google’s keyword tool has a feature where it will spider any site on the web (it does obey robots.txt directions). This does not have to be your page. It could be a search result page, a static page, etc. The optional feature (which is checked below) spiders pages linked from that URL.

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Now find a page on the web that contains related information. The thesaurus is always a nice place to start:

mortgage synonym - Thesaurus.com_1220713441684

Do a search on thesaurus.reference.com and take the search result URL (http://thesaurus.reference.com/browse/mortgage) in the case of the above result and input that into the Google keyword tool. The results can quickly help you find related ideas to continue your keyword research:

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Here’s a few suggestions of where to start:

  • Ask.com
  • Thesaurus.com or Dictionary.com
  • Local.com
  • Cuil.com
  • wikipedia.org (but not necessarily knol.google.com – it’s all no-follows – Google doesn’t seem to trust it’s contributors)
  • Any site that want’s its search results to be indexed… see some huge site that’s really just mod rewriting their search results to static URLs – that’s a great site to add to your list
  • You can’t use Google.com – they don’t allow their search results to be indexed

When you’re not sure where to turn next to expand your research, don’t go hunting for new tools – just find some new sites on the web to explore. Fun and productive at the same time.

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