Google Trends shows a relative visualization of traffic on a scale of zero to 100. You can compare any keyword search volume with a keyword whose accurate traffic numbers are already known
There are two great ways to identify keyword data: stretched across over shorter periods of time and longer time periods. Upward Long-Term Trends Downward Long-Term Trends
Google Trends has two amazing features, the first one is called Related Topics and the other one is Related Queries. The intent of searching Related Queries is similar to that of the Related Topics.
Analyzing keyword trends in the short view, such as the 3-month or even 1-month view, can expose valuable insights for capitalizing on rapidly changing search trends. Websites that target either of those traffic channels benefit from knowing what the going short-term trends are.
Google Trends has the functionality for going down search query according to category topics. This technique provides more accurate keyword data. The Categories tab is important because it will filter your keyword research to the right context.
Google Trends keyword details by geographic location can be used for analyzing what locations are the best to outreach to for website promotion or for tailoring the content to specific areas. So incorporating geographic regions into your content can help it rank for the most appropriate people.
Google Trends gives you the authority to further refine the keyword data by defining it by the type of search the data comes from, the search intent type. A Google Trends search for what, where, when, how, why, and who shows that search queries beginning with the word “how” are the most popular queries on YouTube search.