Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by abhi007, Mar 13, 2015.
Is there any keyword tool which when we put in the searches shows us the trends for the keywords?
I'm trying this now, seems to work OK
provides only monthly searches
anyone that knows such tool?
Market samurai has the little chart that you can toggle on and off but the tool is not very good for much else in my opinion.
I used to use semrush, tools that really help me find potential keywords
Click on that "evaluate" button and it'll calculate the difficulty of the keyword.
I think Op wants to know Keyword volume by day or week and not Monthly. That was his point. He is not talking about features.
Even i would be interested to see if there is any tool Op, Most of them gets their data from adwords.
I am looking for something.......when i enter the keywords.....it provides Competition (Google search results).............Keyword Monthly Searched...... Trend (Google Trends) - Upward/Consistent/Downward......that's it!
Ah I get what your after, I dont think there is anything like that right now. I know Market Samurai pulls its data from majestic and thats one of the main reasons its useless in my opinion.
I have tried a few others and right now just do it by hand, takes time but does it right.
I am hoping to beta test a new Keyword tool soon and with anyluck it will be the diamond in the rough.
Yes keywordrevealer is showing monthly searches, but I also use it. if you find anything better just post it here. I am also interested.
Have you tried semrush?
I can see a tool like that having value but what sources would it use to gather the data?
That would matter.
Try SERPWoo https://www.serpwoo.com/, it does provide lots of data:
I think this is only possible but to show it at the end of month. If they make it daily they broke SEO meta
Show trends and data, everything you just said above and heaps of other cool metrics.. it's already been invented OP and I'm spearheading it here on bhw.. as W130SN pointed out already
This is the future of tracking.. everything else is pretty much obsolete now..
Man, I think http://www.google.com/trends/ is the simplest way for looking trends
How about google trends for the keyword?
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