What is the Best Keyword Clustering Tool? How Dependable Are They as Compared to Manually Doing the Same Task?



Sitaram
Whats' the best keyword clustering tool out there?
How dependable are these tools as compared to manually doing the same task?
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Ben
Hi Raghuram, I built a paid tool called Keyword Chef where you can import keywords and have them grouped together based in how similiar the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) are. It will also tell you how similiar they are in % and tell you search volume.
You can also filter these keywords based on similar words if you wish to cluster that way as well.
The tool is keywordchef.com
Keyword Chef – Keywords for Publishers
KEYWORDCHEF.COM
Keyword Chef – Keywords for Publishers

Sitaram ✍️ » Ben
Thanks! Will check it out.

Dolman
Nothing can beat the dependability and accuracy of manual clustering and grouping of your keywords.
While Keyword Cupid is the best I've tested by far, it's groupings and clusters are far from being accurate and as a result, the amount of time and effort it takes to re-group and re-organize the clusters you're given ends up taking just as long as it would to do it manually from the start to begin with.
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Sitaram ✍️ » Dolman
Interesting. Are you suggesting that there is no point in using the tool et' all?
Dolman Β» Sitaram
Not dependable enough to use consistently and be able to achieve the level of confidence I'm comfortable with.
Since fixing the errors to re-organize the clusters the right way takes as much time as it does to do it manually in the first place, I would rather go through it by hand to be sure it's accurate and learn more about the niche in the process.
For example, after processing 5,886 keywords related to carp fishing, Keyword Cupid found 57 strong theme groups, 31 weak theme groups, and 26 stray keywords.
Among the 57 strong theme groups, the search queries related to "carp brollys" are split into three separate keyword clusters (first image):
carp brolly
avid carp ascent brolly
best brolly
Alternatively, the manual keyword clustering of these same keywords groups them into a single cluster of keywords related to the seed topic "carp brollys", all of which would be searched by someone looking for an umbrella (brolly) to shield them from the rain while carp fishing (second image).
While uploading the keyword list to Keyword Cupid and running the report didn't take a long time to process, the amount of time needed to go through 5,000+ keywords afterwards to check them and fix any that need to be re-grouped isn't worth the time saved, IMHO.

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Dolman Β» Sitaram

what is the best keyword clustering tool how dependable are they as compared to manually doing the same task
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Brian Β» Dolman
Do you have a preferred method for keyword clustering? It's something I've never looked into.
Dolman Β» Brian
Collect all of the keywords related to the seed topic using Ahrefs Keyword Explorer, Google, Keywords Everywhere and SEO Minion and then use a mind map tool, Ahrefs Keyword Explorer and spreadsheet to organize them all into semantically relevant topic clusters which can then be used to create the sitemap and content briefs for each page of the website.
Here's an example of a content mind map created using "intermittent fasting" as the seed topic:
https://whimsical.com/intermittent-fasting...
Based on the keyword research and underlying search demand related to "intermittent fasting", the sitemap and content briefs associated with the content map for this seed topic would require the following pages to build topical authority on this subject:
PILLAR PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting
SUPPORT PAGE = What is the Best Fasting Schedule for You & Your Needs?
SUPPORT PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting & Keto
SUPPORT PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting While Exercising & Working Out
SUPPORT PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting for Women
SUPPORT PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting for Diabetics
SUPPORT PAGE = The Ultimate Guide to Fasting for Shift Workers
SUPPORT PAGE = What Can You Eat & Drink When Fasting?
SUPPORT PAGE = Can You Drink Coffee While I'm Fasting?
SUPPORT PAGE = Sugar and Fasting
SUPPORT PAGE = Printable Fasting Meal Plans for Vegans, Keto & Muscle Building Diets
…etc.
Fasting
WHIMSICAL.COM
Fasting

Pepe
For clustering there is a new tool called https://www.keywordinsights.ai/ which looks interesting but you can also use
KeywordCupid
Keywordchef
WriterZen
Or the tool that I created https://lowfruits.io that has a clustering functionality
But it depends what you are looking for and how you're currently doing your clustering?
For clustering I use tools as initial guidance but end up doing it by hand.
Keyword Clustering and Intent at Scale – Keyword Insights
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Keyword Clustering and Intent at Scale – Keyword Insights
Mark
Check out KeyClusters (https://keyclusters.com/). It's a lot more affordable than all the tools mentioned above and the results are arguably better. It also has a PAYG option so you don't have to commit to a monthly plan. You get 500 free credits on sign-up.

Afolabi Β» Mark
Is this your tool?
Mark
Yip. Been using for a few months in our agency but now open to the public
Mark
Here's how to use it with Ahrefs: https://youtu.be/ePmRbwp4Abk and SEMrush: https://youtu.be/Hjj8n5Ezaz8
How To Use KeyClusters With Ahrefs To Create Topical Keyword Clusters
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How To Use KeyClusters With Ahrefs To Create Topical Keyword Clusters
Afolabi Β» Mark
Ok let me check



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