Wordtracker GTrends is another quick, convenient, and free tool from Wordtracker.
This tool is a mashup of Wordtracker and Google Trends.
Punch in a keyword, like "fishing". You will receive a list of synonyms on the left and and three column table on the right.
The Thesaurus displays a list of synonyms. Click on any of those keywords and it will run an analysis for that keyword.
The Searches column shows an estimate of daily search volume.
The Keyword column displays a list of related keywords. Click on any of those keywords and it will run an analysis for that keyword.
The G column loads Google Trends for the keyword on that row.
This tool is an amazingly quick and easy way to analyze potential niches. :)
This is great! It shows competition on google too. I no longer have to check it manually. :D
Btw, are those monthly or daily searches?
Great tool! Really handy :D
How does this tool finds this - "Actual Visitors From #1 in Google/day"
This is one of my favorites, along with the google adwords which I now know how to use.
But Word Tracker doesn't provides correct data..;) Is there any one who get correct results. I think it provides correct results too but for some keywords only not for all keywords..;)
Wordtracker results aren't incorrect*, but they come from a small sample size and they are therefore only correct for that sample. When that sample size isn't representative of searches as whole, Wordtracker results appear to be incorrect.
Originally Posted by wwe_fan9417
Wordtracker data comes from Dogpile.com and Metacrawler.com. Sometimes, for reasons unknown to me, people will perform hundreds of automated searches on those engines and Wordtracker data will be skewed towards those searches for some time.
This tool is less susceptible to that skewing, because it is a mashup. Much of the data it returns comes from Google Trends. Google's market dominance gives it quite a considerable sample size to work with.
* Except when Wordtracker has a database lookup issue. Those can be resolved by running the query again.
Those are estimated daily searches. More data here
Originally Posted by Desan
It's a mashup; It gets that data from Google's GTrends.
Originally Posted by mixke
For a long keyphrase, I'm getting figures of 2141 for 'Searches' and 11 for 'Actual Visitors from #1/day in Google'.
Originally Posted by Will.Spencer
For another similar keyphrase, I'm getting figures of 176 for 'Searches' and 125 for 'Actual Visitors from #1/day in Google'.
Notice the changes in figures for 'Searches' and 'Actual Visitors', I'm kind of confused now .......
How much this numbers are relevant. Looks damn small to me.
Hellas it is per day search and just now I searched for sulumits-retsambew keyword and I got a per day search of ~13 according to Google. This seems to be an average per day search calculated based on monthly estimate.
Originally Posted by Hellas