Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by krishnanayak, May 26, 2016.
How to Use Google Trends for SEO? Please someone give idea to use Google trends thanks.
It mainly works on keyword research it means if you have any targeted keywords for your site,so you can check that KW's in which position and how it will after a month or year like that.
G trends will have trended topics you can compare it with other ones for getting some idea about it.
By using geo-targeting you can get the trended topics in that region.
Other than this link building and content creation also there.
As simply it is used to get the research details about who to get the good position among your niche related competitor.
when in doubt, always Google.
Google trend works for branded website to show the branded peak and valley results of the keyword phrases. This peak response represents that are used by the google users for the previous years for the same keyword phrase.While we use different phrases, it shows different peak at the same time.
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Google Trends is used to have a quick look for keywords research to gives a good idea of which keywords can be used for rankings or to get more traffic to your site.
It measure the market demand for your product or service.
And also gives information about how to stack up againt your competitor.
The most common way I use it is to figure out if singular or plural form has a larger audience.
Checking for seasonality is helpful too.
I integrate it into keyword research.
For example, I have a vapor cigarette/e-cig client. It came time to optimize their "e-liquid" page. Knowing their a several variations of this keyword, I first found the keywords with the most volume.
After identifying the keywords with the most volume, I wanted to check how they were trending.
So I popped e-liquid, e-juice, vape juice, and etc in to Google Trends. As it turned out, "vape juice" was sky rocketing up and to the right in Google trends, thus I made sure that was one of the main keywords I was targeting.
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