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Google Correlate: Better Approach to Search Keyword Trends and Popularity with Real World Data

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Do you love the search data? If yes then Google Correlate can now provide you search data that corresponds to the real world trends. Sometimes it is quite helpful to know search trends when you have a millions of keywords or search queries. Google has provided us lots of tools by which we can gather search data. Some tools like Google AdWords Keyword Tool, Google Insights for Search and Google Trends really provide useful data.

Google Correlate
Now by using Google Correlate, you can find the data that correlates with the real world trends. To use this you can simply enter the search terms then Google will show you the matching patterns. You can also upload your own data to see charts in time and space metrics both.

Read what Google said about this new tool:
“Google Correlate is an experimental new tool on Google Labs which lets you use the same methodology and data as Google Flu Trends.”

“Google Correlate is like Google Trends in reverse. With Google Trends, you type in a query and get back a series of its frequency (over time, or in each US state). With Google Correlate, you enter a data series (the target) and get back queries whose frequency follows a similar pattern.”

For now you can enter time-based of state-based data, no international data is allowed. See the below example of search trends for “data recovery”.

Time series comparison

Time series comparison

US states comparison

US states comparison

Visit Google Correlate now to found interesting and useful search trends.


mahikapoor said...

Nice information of seo.I have need of this type of knowledge.

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