Top Google Searches (US & Worldwide)

Are you wondering what people in the U.S. (and around the world) are searching for the most? Then you’re in luck! We’ve pulled four lists from our database of 19.8 billion keywords: Top 100 Google searches in the U.S. # Keyword Search volume 1 facebook 160,000,000 2 youtube 151,000,000 3 amazon 121,000,000 4 weather 103,000,000 5 google 70,000,000 6 walmart 63,000,000 7 gmail 59,000,000 8 google translate 42,000,000 9 home depot

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Use Google Autocomplete as an SEO Tool

The author’s views are entirely his or her own (excluding the unlikely event of hypnosis) and may not always reflect the views of Moz. Google Autocomplete (often referred to as Google Suggest) is one of the first Google search developments that appeared on SEOs’ radar. Many years ago, Google Suggest was what powered Google Instant results, making a huge impact on users’ searching journeys. SEOs have been using it as

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Analyze any website’s performance with Competitive Research

Thank you for subscribing! Competitive Research SE Ranking tools SEO Analytics Blog / SEO Strategy / Analyzing website performance with SE Ranking’s Competitive Research Want to get your website to the top of Google search? Well, this challenging task is impossible without competitive research. It helps you understand the market situation, apply effective SEO techniques, avoid common mistakes, and finally, create a successful SEO strategy and outperform your competitors. I’ll

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What is content pruning? • Yoast

If you own a website or a blog, you probably often think about what new content to create. But did you know it’s also essential to focus on your existing content? Having many low-performing posts or pages on your website is not a good look for your business or Google. Did you know that outdated, very similar, or thin content can drag your site down in the search results? A

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The LinkedIn Funny emoji is here

LinkedIn has finally added one of the most requested features. The Funny emoji started rolling out to LinkedIn users at some point in the last couple of hours. What it looks like. It is a blue laughing face. Here’s what the new reaction looks like: Why LinkedIn is adding it. Because LinkedIn users have been requesting it more than anything else from the platform. And LinkedIn has become incredibly good

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How to Easily Find a Niche for Affiliate Marketing in 2022

If you’re interested in affiliate marketing, the first step is to figure out which niche to create content in—and that’s something easier said than done. However, what if I told you there is an easy way to find profitable affiliate niches passively without doing much (or any) extra work? Well, you’re in luck! Today, I’m going to share what makes a good affiliate niche, how you can use Ahrefs’ SEO Toolbar to find

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Aspirational Analysis: Competitive Research for New (or Small) Sites

Competitive SERP analysis (including our recently launched Competitive Analysis Suite) is — by design — based on understanding the broader ecosystems of your ranking keywords. This is great if you’re an established business, but what if you’ve got a brand new site or are still developing your SEO strategy and aren’t ranking for many keywords? Consider, for example, the fictional site, Dice-E-Shop.com (shh.. just let me have this one). We

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Best SEO-friendly Website Templates for Your Business Success

Thank you for subscribing! Blog / Technical SEO / Best 25 SEO-friendly templates for your business Website development from scratch usually demands a lot of resources that sometimes may be more useful for other tasks. Fortunately, website templates exist that will facilitate not only the development process but are search-engine-friendly.  You can find thousands of different templates for any type of website on the Internet. You can use the ready-made

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Why Schema needs to be a graph • Yoast

More and more people, and more and more developers, are talking about structured data, and Schema.org. We talk and have talked about Schema for quite some time at Yoast and we’ve built loads of things with and on top of it. Recently, the proposed block protocol standard started talking about integrating with Schema, and WordPress’ core team is also taking an interest; see this discussion on Github. Schema.org metadata is

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Is SEO Worth It? The Answer Is in This Flowchart

According to HubSpot, 69% of marketers actively invest in SEO. But is SEO worth the time and money in your case? If you’re looking for a quick, straightforward answer to this question, just use this flowchart: Here’s how it works: If the answer to both questions is “yes,” then SEO is probably worth it for you. This is because SEO increases your chance to rank high for relevant search queries

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