Google will not reveal that information. They do show what are the most searched keywords by region in certain categories on their Google Trends tools.
The Top Charts lets you select a country and category to see what are the top trends. For example, in Canada for 2016, the top 3 searches were: Donald Trump, Pokemon Go, Toronto Raptors. It will show up to ...
When you use the keyword planner it estimates how many people search each month on average; if it is very few it will say zero so there may be a few searches, but a very small number. On the Google Search results it shows the number of webpages that match rather than the number of people searching. Typically searches are two to three word long, it could be ...
What is the definition of “Avergage Monthly Searches” in Keyword Planner
As defined by Google AdWords here:
Average monthly searches ("Avg. monthly searches"): The average number of times people have searched for the exact keyword based on the location and Search Network targeting that you've selected. We average the number of searches for the term over ...
3,310 result is for all keywords which is suggestion in keyword planner below keywords.
While 30 is the perfect keyword average search result.
Filter by below steps:
Go to "keyword option" (left side option)
Click on edit button of "keyword option"
Go to 1st option : "Only show ideas closely related to my search terms"
And "ON" this option and ...
As it often happens with issues i experience, immediately after i post an issue into StackExchange, i get the solution by myself, independently of the time i invested into finding solution before posting:) Well here is it:
The data discrepancy between AdWords API and Keyword Planner GUI was caused in my case by two factors:
Missed setting. The setting ...
Are you familiar with the Keyword Planner's filter options?
The filtering feature, provides 2 options for you:
As you scroll through the generated Keywords, simply enter any Keywords you do not want to appear, within the 'Negative Keyword' list. In doing so, it will remove any Keywords, which contain the Negative Keyword, from the list.
Both are correct. Those are different data.
Keyword Planner shows absolute numbers, while Google Trends shows normalized data of user behavior. Normalized means here in general in proportion to time and location
Make sure, you're targeting setting is right. For this, I target All location with English language.
I am getting this result for PHP developer (9,900 monthly search), PHP programming (8100), PHP developers(1300), PHP development(1900) and so on.
Here Php Developer and PHP developers both are different, but PHP Developer is total of Hire PHP developer, ...
I trust Google Keyword Tool more then I trust Google Trends, but neither are accurate. I would check to make sure you used "exact match" in the Keyword Tool, broad or phrase match will return inflated numbers.
Trend information is not detailed niche information
Google trends is merely an insight on what's trending, Google and most likely all the other search engines do not provide detailed information on niche information such as keyword + browser. They do however provide an insight into country, which can be used to GEO target.
Why do not they share detailed ...
When you use the minus sign, it makes the following word a "negative keyword". Here is an article about it that states:
You need to add a minus sign before each keyword to add them as negative keywords in Google AdWords. For example, if you are selling only cameras and not camera bags, adding "-bags" as a negative keyword will not trigger your ad when ...