When you’re creating a list of keywords, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, group keywords by topic. You can do this by using the “Topic” field in the Keywords tab of your account settings. Note that some topics have multiple words associated with them, so be sure to include all possibilities in your grouping process.
Next, group keywords based on competition. This is a good way to see how different terms are performing against each other and which ones are most relevant for your business or website.
Next Group keywords by topic, this is a great way to identify the most important keywords for your content. You can also use this approach to find out which topics are most popular among your audience, and what they are looking for when they search for content on your site.
Group keywords by customer intent is another way to categorize keywords is by customer intent. This will help you understand which types of content will be most valuable to your audience, and help you craft more targeted messages that appeal to their needs.
Finally, group keywords based on search volume (SV). This is useful if you’re trying to rank higher in Google’s search results for a particular term or keyword phrase but aren’t sure what it is yet. SV shows you how often a given keyword phrase appears in Google’s search results over time (as well as other factors like click-through rate).