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How do I check how many searches are done for a keyword?

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by niftydrumdude, Apr 20, 2008.

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    Say I wanted to check how many times the term "Insurance" is searched for every day/month, etc. Is there a site/tool I can use to get this information?
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    niftydrumdude, Apr 20, 2008 IP
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    You may be right about the real search number being correct. Tools like Wordtracker use estimates as they only have access to a small % of total web users. They may not give you an exact idea of how people search per day but they are very good for seeing which terms are the most popular compared to others. For example if the term 'auto insurance' shows as 6,792 search per day and 'private vehicle insurance' showed as 550 searches per day it would suggest you should optimize for 'auto insurance' if you want the highest potential traffic. You may also find that their are second-tier keywords that still have steady trafiic but are less competitive and for which top rankings may be acheived more easily.
     
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    you can get a Free wordtracker Trial for 7 days ..click on my first signature link below
     
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    Keyword suggestion tool has different results but I prefer to use keyword discovery because the result of search came from different countries not like wordtracker the results are from US and UK only.
     
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    Wordtracker is very good tool to use
     
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    ya .worldtracker is good
     
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    Use this tool

    adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    or

    google.com/trends
     
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    It is currently in beta but is the best tool out there. It even provides up and coming search terms
     
    getfansfollowers, Jan 29, 2011 IP
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    all detail already put on google adplanner,.. can't tell if it day or month, but by the column it say by month... lol :D
     
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    but google keyword planner use old data few months back compare to keywordtracker that use newer search data
     
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    I used Google adwords too.

    it's amazing how my new domain "rousable" gets 1200 searches monthly XD
     
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    I Agree with Angilina...

    Use this tools...

    adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    Been using for years...it has been updated in the last year.

    or

    google.com/trends

    It is very good to watch the trends on the Big G really useful targeted keywords.

    If you have the Cash get Wordtracker and others to help you more.

    The main thing is to take consistent action. Find the niche and know the market
    keywords and your well on the way.


    -Timothy B. Miller
     
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    a very good option to use is www.semrush.com which happens to be a paid service, but i think they offer 14 days trial, their analysis is really indept
     
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    The problem with these keyword tools is the data is inaccurate. Try this method.

    1. Go to youtube.com.
    2. Start typing your desired long tail keyword phrase into the youtube search box. As you begin typing you will notice a dropdown box with suggested keywords that youtube THINKS you may be typing. This information is based upon past searches by other youtube searchers. If, when you get to the last word or two of your keyword phrase, you do not see your keyword phrase in the drop down box, this means that keyword phrase is not getting sufficient searches to be put in the drop down box so right there is a pretty good indicator that keyword phrase has very low search volume so there is no need to proceed with this process. If you DO see your keyword phrase in the drop down box, GREAT! Click it.
    3. Click the Filters button which will be at the top of the page right above the first video result from your search.
    4. Select Sort by > View Count.
    5. Take note of the top 5 videos, the 5 videos on YouTube that are getting the most traffic for your keyword phrase.
    6. For each of these five videos, find out the date the video was uploaded.
    7. Calculate the number of days ago that was.
    8. Take the number of days the video has been online and divide it by the total view count the video has received. This will give you the AVERAGE number of views per day that each of the top five videos is getting.
    You can see the full strategy at http://www.scrapersnbots.com/blog/keywords/instantly-find-out-how-many-searches-for-any-particular-keyword-phrase.php
     
    Affiliate Switchblade, Nov 15, 2016 IP
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    Adwords has a good tool along these lines so try google Adwords.
     
    nekabloggymedia, Jan 9, 2017 IP