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Is this information possible to get? If not is there any other source of information that can provide this?

  • @stevec I am pretty sure Google keeps the exact, absolute search numbers private. I am not aware of any place they show that to anybody. In limited cases where you're already ranking, it could be useful to look at search impressions on Google Search Console. – Maximillian Laumeister Jun 26 at 19:05
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Also Google Keyword Tool is a nice reference.

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Step 1: Sign in to Google Ads

Step 2: Click on 'Tools & Settings'

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Step 3: Click on 'Keyword Planner'

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Step 4: Click on the box 'Discover New Keywords'

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Step 5: Enter a term and click 'Get Results'

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Step 6: View results

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  • Presumably "10K - 100K" avg/month still does not satisfy your requirement for an "absolute number"? – MrWhite Jun 28 at 2:04
  • @MrWhite I used the term absolute purely to distinguish against relative popularity, which is shown by Google Trends but doesn't tell us about the size of the group of searchers. (e.g. relatively speaking, a term that goes from 1 to 10 will appear the same as one that goes from 1m to 10m). But your point about the low resolution data displayed in Google Ads is a good one - if there's any way of getting more accurate statistics, that would certainly be helpful – stevec Jun 28 at 2:12
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Google Trends?

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Adwords Keywords? Keywords

@Dave beat me to it.

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