|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|moulds or molds||0.67||0.9||7862||80|
|moulds for concrete||0.63||0.6||4214||71|
|moulds for crafting||1.25||0.6||3811||5|
|moulds for plaster of paris||0.07||0.3||3796||72|
|moulds for sale||0.56||1||6692||27|
|moulds and shapes||1.32||0.6||6410||37|
|moulds for resin art||1.52||0.4||9223||18|
|moulds for candles||1.53||0.4||6469||10|
|moulds in food||1.55||1||964||82|
|moulds for concrete garden ornaments||0.25||0.6||2618||60|
Mould is part of a group of very common organisms called fungi that also include mushrooms and yeast. It is present virtually everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. Mould may grow indoors in wet or moist areas that lack adequate ventilation, including walls/ wallpaper, ceilings, bathroom tiles, carpets (especially those with jute backing ...How do you spell mould?
Well, whether you would spell it mold or mould really depends on where you live. Americans spell it as mold while the British add the letter ‘u’ after the ‘o’, spelling it mould. Ultimately, both versions mean the exact same thing. Similarly, the word color is another good example.