In this Tekzilla video learn how to use Google insights for search to map your fellow Googlers.
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Have you ever been curious about the geographical diversity of your fellow Googlers, I mean other than the rest of the entire world? Well, Google Insights has a breakdown to satisfy your need to know. Just head over to Google.com/insights/search and type your search query. The results will show you exactly where people are from that were making that same search. For example, type in Revision 3 and you’ll see that most of these searches come from the United States and Canada, with a bit of Australia, Sweden, and the U.K. for a good measure. The timeline will show you how interests has evolved over time and even overlay relevant news article, so you can see what might have spark the flood of searches. So if you want to see who’s searching for your brand, name, website, or if you’re just an info geek like me, check out Google’s Insights.
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