|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|genweb new york||1.66||0.9||8725||50|
|genweb cemetery project||0.96||1||7045||64|
|genweb 14 18||1.86||0.1||6632||93|
|genweb cemetery project ontario||1.66||0.3||8595||12|
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