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Create a list of possible words that could appear in a book or article related to your topic of interest.
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How to Choose Keywords
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DreamWorks should create its own school of animation to increase cash flow.
My keywords are:
school of animation
Here are some possible alternatives for each of these keywords:
school of animation, animation school, animation studio, "school of visual effects"
cash flow, profit, financial viability, money, investment