Bulk Trends Data Feature launched on 02nd Oct 2020
Based on customer feedback, we've added a new feature called "Bulk Trends Data". With this feature you can get the historical volume for 1000 keywords in bulk at one time. You can access this feature from Keywords Everywhere's menu.
Trend Chart & Historical Volume Data launched on 01st Aug 2020
Have you ever done keyword research on Google Trends and wished they showed you the volume for the keywords, instead of just a trend?
Well, that's what we do with the latest feature added to Keywords Everywhere. You can now see the estimated historical search volume for any keyword from 2004 onwards.
Execute a Google search, and you should see the trend chart show up on the right-hand side.
You can mouse-over all the data points and see the individual monthly, weekly, daily, or hourly search volume for that term. You can also copy the data to Google sheets or download all the data to a CSV file.
This feature also works on YouTube and shows the volume & trend of searches performed on YouTube.
Note that you need to purchase credits to see the trend data search volumes.
Free users can still see the Trend chart. However, they don't see the exact search volumes. The trend feature needs access to the search volume data provided by Keywords Everywhere's API. Our tool uses one credit to show the search volume under Google's (and YouTube's) search box and uses no more credits to show the Trend chart.
Like all of our features, you can toggle this one on or off using a checkbox called "Show Trend Chart in Google/YouTube" at the bottom of the settings page.
How does Google calculate and show the Trend data?
Google Trends uses actual Google search data that is anonymized. There is a minimum search volume above which Google provides the trend data for a keyword. You can read more about how Google Trends data directly from a Google FAQ.
How does Keywords Everywhere show the Trend data with accurate search volume?
Google Trends uses a bunch of unofficial APIs that return the trend data. Keywords Everywhere uses the same Google Trends API to get this data. The trend data values are from Google and so match what you see on the Google Trends website. We then use this data and our search volume data to calculate the volumes from 2004 to now.
Why should I use Keywords Everywhere's trend chart when I can see the trend chart at Google Trends' website?
We know that Google has the actual search volumes for all the data that Google Trends shows. However, they normalize this data for every search term and show only values from 0 to 100. While this is awesome for seeing how a keyword is trending, it's an awful way to compare two keywords.
Take a look at the two keywords shown below in Google Trends. One is the trend of the last 30 days for "xbox series x" and the other is for "ps5". Which one do you think is winning the search race?
Which one do you think is better? Without knowing the actual search volume, it's impossible to choose between them. Hint - one is 10,000 times more valuable than the other when it comes to the amount of traffic you can expect.
At Keywords Everywhere, we reverse engineer this Trend data. Since we already have exact search volumes for the last 12 months, we use the volume data to de-normalize the trend data, thereby providing exact search volumes for the trend data.
See the screenshot below to compare the same two terms. Can you now see why one has had more searches in the last 30 days?
So, how does Keywords Everywhere calculate this historical search volume?
We take the monthly search volume data for the previous 12 months from Google Keyword Planner. We match this data with the Google Trends data for the previous 12 months. Once we have a good fit, it's just a matter of scaling the numbers based on matching volumes and presto - the 0 to 100 values are converted to useful search volume numbers.
It's pretty easy if you have the right data.
Do you show trend data for all keyword searches?
Google Trends only shows the trend data for searches that have some significant search volume. They don't publish what this minimum number is, and we've not been able to figure out why some medium volume keywords are not shown in Google Trends, while some low volume keywords are shown.
Unfortunately, only Google has this trend data, so if they do not show the trend data for a particular keyword, then we are unable to show it as well.
If a keyword is brand new, then it will take a month or so before Google Keyword Planner shows the volume data. Due to this, we can show the trend chart for such keywords, however, we are unable to show the volume.
That's about it. We hope you will find this feature very useful.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate in contacting us about it