19 April 2012

Everyday billions of searches are carried on precious search engines and social networking websites by people all around the globe. What are they looking for? Leading search engines provide a way to glance into web’s query steam to find the most famous search trends, keywords, and topics.

Google Trends: In Google Trends database of searches, to find which keywords are most famous. View the quantity of queries over time, by city, regions, language’s and so on. Equate multiple terms, as well. You also look of what is trending now in Hot Searches.

Google Insights for Search Beta: Since 2004, they have been showing volume patterns by geographic, time frames, categories, and in Google properties such as picture or product search. The category feature may be powerful for marketers because it offers insight into how searches are put into famous category classifications.

Yahoo Buzz Log: In Yahoo Buzz, they show top overall keyword searches by Yahoo users with rate, buzz score, and how the search quantity has shifted in rank. There are extra alternatives to narrow the buss log by categories such as actors, movies, music, etc

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Yahoo Clues Beta: When you will start using Yahoo Clues then you see the top trends show most famed search queries by parameters such as time frame, gender, age, location, and category. With the famous queries, you will search new related to the keyword. When you click on analysis tab, you can examine a specific keyword terms and see demographics colligated to it.

Bing Trends: Users are not familiar with Bing trends too much, but Bing Community Search Blog suffers billions of search queries from the last year and offers insights by famous interests.

AOL Search Trends: In AOL Search trends you find the top fifty search trends both daily and hourly on AOL Data in AOL hold web and picture searches (powered by Google), video (powered by Blinkx), News, Shopping, Maps, and Yellow Pages (powered by various vendors).

Twitter Searches

Twitter Search: In Twitter, Anyone easily sees what people are talking about on twitter by keyword, hashtag, or user name. . Advanced search has various features, notable is the use of emoticons to find tweets with specific attitude, for instance, sad emoticon typifies negative attitude.

YouTube Keyword Tool: In YouTube Keyword Tool, there is a keyword suggestions tool for keywords. When you enter keyword in search box will gives you monthly search volume on YouTube. As one of the largest search engines, this keyword list will disclose valuable insights as to how people search when they are looking for video media specifically, rather than general search engine queries.

YouTube Trends: This tool provides full insights into popular videos based on keywords and video views. If you want your video com up on first page then put keywords in the title, tags, and description of the video within sets of videos that are currently growing in popularity. Videos which have the most views usually gets to the trending section.

Google AdWords Keyword Tool: Google Adwords Keyword Tool comes in term or terms, to look search quantity and keyword competition. Advanced options and filters permit you to improve by locations and languages and by desktop or mobile.