By default, Keyword Discovery will search the Global premium database. To search on other databases such as shopping, news, regional, eBay etc. select the database from the list. To set a default database, click on the Account link, then click the Update details link.
An overview of each database is provided below.
For more information on how we collect data, see Keyword Discovery Methodology.
Also see the Search Types manual page.
Note: The number of results returned is dependent on the subscription level.
The Global Premium database contains over 4.4 billion keyword searches based purely on user panel data, which is is less prone to skew caused by automated agents.
The regional databases contains searches performed by users in that region, and searches on engines in that region. eg. The UK database contains searches made by UK users, and searches on UK search engines by users in ANY region.
The keywords listed in the Also Searched column are the most commonly searched keywords, searched for by the same users that also searched for the supplied search term. To qualify, the also searched keywords had to be searched for in the same session on the same day as the supplied search term.
By checking the Historical checkbox, you will see results from August 2006 to present.
Note: Avaliable for the Global Premium and Regional databases only.
The Historical Global Database (can be found in the drop down list of keyword databases) contains over 36 billion keyword searches performed worldwide from over 200 different sources. Based on data from June 2005 to present.
The adult database returns search terms containing adult keywords.
For example: A search for the keyword "wear" returns "sexy club wear" and "erotic wear".
The eBay database contains searches performed at eBay. It provides the ability to find what eBay buyers are looking for, potential opportunities and high conversion keywords for use in PPC campaigns.
The Google database contains searches performed at Google.com and localized Google sites such as google.es, google.fr etc. Data is collected from our user panel.
The Industry terms tool provides lists of common search terms grouped by category. This makes it easy to discover some of the top searches for specific industries. To display the Industry terms, click on the Industry terms button in the toolbar.
The news database contains searches performed at major news sites and news portals such as Google news. It provides the ability to identify and monitor current news trends.
Question phrases will help you find search terms in which the user is asking a question.
For example: A search for the keyword "tyre" returns "how to fix a bycycle tyre puncture" and "where can i find a tyre fitting job".
The shopping database contains searches performed at major ecommerce and shopping sites such as Amazon, Buy, Bizrate, Froogle, shopping, Yahoo shopping and many others. This data can show you how customers search for products on major shopping sites, how they think about products, which search phrases they use, what specific SKUs that are most searched for etc.
The Yahoo database contains searches performed at Yahoo.com and localized Yahoo sites such as au.yahoo.com, fr.yahoo.com etc. Data is collected from our user panel.
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