Let’s take into consideration one wants to get detailed information about the widely populated competition .ie. The World Cup.
Once ‘The World Cup’ is entered as a keyword, several fragmented options appear created to filter the search based on one’s preference and need.
- Using Worldwide helps you in targetting a specific market geographically. For example, you’ll see the keyword “World Cup” peak at different times across different hemisphere.
- Time selection ranges from the “past 5 years,” down to the “past 1 hour.”
- Filtering by category is essential. It’s needed to get a filtered search.
- Search Type which includes an image search, YouTube search, News Search and Google Shopping.
A graphical image sorted according to the ‘Interest Over Time‘ is then displayed across the screen.
Google Trends works in a highly relativistic fashion. The results of today aren’t compared to the overall popularity of all trends, but instead the previous heights of the keywords you had entered.
Like take into consideration, we alter the time frame to say the past hour. Google Trends then displays when the keyword ‘World Cup’ peaked!
Onwards from here, one can check from the 79 regions with search results available online and compare.
One can also include low search volume engines for better enhanced searches!
This data can be downloaded and is very easily available.
Top Charts is different than the trends most people are currently watching. It’s similar to the “Billboard Top 100” of Google; you’ll see the top trending items in a variety of categories.
How to view the Top Charts of a region
- Open the Google Trends Website.
- In the top left, click the Menu .
- Select Top Charts.
- To switch between Trending and Most searched views, select the drop down option at the top of the list.