Create a Topical Map

This prompt covers three main steps to create a topical map
  1. Topic Brainstorming: Define your niche and list 30 related topics summarized by short keyword phrases.
  2. Generating Variations: For one topic, create 30 variations targeting different search intents.
  3. Export to CSV: Organize both sets of topics in tables and export them to a CSV file for practical use.

Step 1: Topic Brainstorming for SEO Topical Map

Objective: Generate a list of 30 semantically relevant and unique topics related to a specific niche, with each topic succinctly summarized in 3-5 word keywords. The focus is on English language content.


  1. Niche Specification: Begin by clearly defining the niche for which you are creating the topical map.
  2. Topic Generation: Produce a list of 30 topics that are semantically related to the core niche. Each topic should be represented by a 3-5 word keyword phrase, emphasizing the close relationship to the niche.
  3. Prioritization: Organize the topics by their semantic closeness to the core niche, ensuring that the most directly related topics are listed first. This prioritization is crucial for developing a focused and relevant content strategy.
  4. Table Format: Present the topics in an easy-to-read table. The table should have the following columns:
    • Topic Keyword: 3-5 word summary of the topic.
    • Semantic Relevance: A brief note on the topic’s closeness to the core niche, to justify its position in the list.
  5. Feedback and Revision: Include a note on being open to revising the list based on initial feedback or insights gained during the brainstorming process. This iterative approach will ensure the final list of topics is both comprehensive and closely aligned with the niche.

NICHE = [replace this with your niche]

Step 2: Generating Topic Variations by Search Intent

Objective: Create a list of 30 unique variations of a specified topic, with each variation aimed at a different search intent. The variations should be concise, encapsulated as 3-5 word keywords, and presented in a structured table format.


  1. Topic Specification: Identify the central topic for which variations are to be developed.
  2. Variation Development: Produce 30 distinct variations of the chosen topic. These variations should be designed to reflect different search intents. Utilize your judgment to tailor each variation to a type of search intent (such as informational, navigational, transactional, or commercial investigation) based on the context provided by the topic.
  3. Table Structure: Arrange the variations in a table with the following columns:
    • Column A: Number (1-30), to organize the variations.
    • Column B: The specified topic, remaining constant across all rows as the central theme of the variations.
    • Column C: Variation, a 3-5 word keyword phrase that adapts the topic to different search intents.
  4. Dynamic Context Adaptation: Acknowledge that the context surrounding each topic may change, requiring a dynamic approach to identifying and addressing various search intents. Exercise best judgment to ensure that each variation accurately captures a unique aspect of the topic’s potential relevance to different users’ queries.

TOPIC = [replace this with your topic]

Step 3: Export the table to a CSV

Export the topic table to a CSV file to download