After all, there is much more searched for in Google B2C Telemarketing List than keyword tools tell us. For example, did you know that 15% of searches are new to Google every month? That is interesting for you to know, because… so we all manage to keep B2C Telemarketing List entering new search queries into Google. They could be short tail searches of one or a few words, but Google should know all of those by now, right? Chances are that these are B2C Telemarketing List mainly searches that are longer and more specific. these new searches cannot be found beforehand in keyword tools.
We may never reach a point where we only see B2C Telemarketing List familiar searches passing by. In 2007, Google reported that 25% of monthly B2C Telemarketing List searches were new. In 2013, this figure was adjusted to 15%. In 2017 and 2018, Google confirmed this 15% and now in 2022 it is still 15%. Google seems to handle about 5.6 billion searches a day, Smink says in B2C Telemarketing List her book. If 15% of that is new, that means 840 million searches per day. Suppose the Netherlands had a 1% share in this, then that would still be 8.4 million searches per day about which Google has little or no information.
There are opportunities! No keywords as a starting B2C Telemarketing List point, but topics Tools such as the Keyword Planner are mainly developed for SEA campaigns: on which keywords can companies buy advertisements? SEO specialists often also use B2C Telemarketing List the tool, but Smink questions its reliability. She gives an example of the tastiest French white wine. According to the Google Keyword Planner, there is no search volume. You will only B2C Telemarketing List know for sure if this is really correct if you make a content item about it. Most likely there will be traffic coming in. Not via the search term 'tastiest French white wine', but on all kinds of combinations there of.