Finding Synonyms

by Hanuka 9 replies
Does anyone know a site(or a program) where I can enter a keyword
and it'll gimme its different synonyms?
I really need it asap.
plz help
#main internet marketing discussion forum #finding #synonyms
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  • Profile picture of the author Jen McVey
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  • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
    Originally Posted by Hanuka View Post

    Does anyone know a site(or a program) where I can enter a keyword
    and it'll gimme its different synonyms?
    I really need it asap.
    plz help
    Hi Hanuka,

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      thx you 2 xD
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      • Profile picture of the author Jamie Iaconis
        Ya, I was gonna say grab a thesaurus...

        I have one, along with a dictionary
        handy at all times!

        Jamie
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        • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
          I use the thesaurus site all the time, along with dictionary.com you can pretty much find anything you want there.

          If you want to get some wild ideas about related words, head on over to the urban dictionary and see what you find. LOL

          Frank Bruno
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          • Profile picture of the author George Wright
            Hi,

            Mobysaurus is GREAT google "mobysaurus"

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          • Profile picture of the author Jamie Iaconis
            Originally Posted by Frank Bruno View Post

            If you want to get some wild ideas about related words, head on over to the urban dictionary and see what you find. LOL

            Frank Bruno
            Hey Frank...

            Sure, it is possible to use UrbanDictionary, but I think that is more
            for hip-hop terms and people write whatever they want there...

            Can be used, but not consistently on-point IMHO!

            Jamie
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            • Profile picture of the author Matt Johnson
              If you are doing this for keywords, I would use the Adwords Keyword Tool. That way you can see what synonyms people are actually using to search with. Just make sure that the "synonyms" box is checked.

              https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
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              • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
                If you are looking for something to help you re-write articles check out Brandon's Wordflood.

                I love it. It allows you to choose which words to replace and the words to use as a replacement from a list that it gives you.

                I couldn't stand those other re-writers or "spinners" that took your article and spit out a "spun" article without any input from me.

                Matt
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