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What exactly changed in the Search Term Report in September 2021?

Table of Contents Intro: Google changed the Search Term Performance Report Google announced in September 2021 that there will be some major changes to their Search Term Performance Reports. This time, Google is going the opposite way than last time: There should be more search term data than ever before…

PEMAVOR Free Tools Explained

Marketing budgets are falling to their lowest levels in recent history; from %11 to %6.4 as a percentage of company revenue.Gartner Annual CMO Spend Survey In the aftermath of a global pandemic, marketing budgets got their share of uncertainty as well. Increasing costs and subscription fees for simple marketing tools…

Deep Dive Newsletter June 2021

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Subscribe | Navigate to Topic: SEO SEA EVENTS SEO Python Script: SEO Content Analysis of your competitor Analyzing the content of your competitors can provide you with valuable insights about your own operations and goals. This basic Python script can give you information on n-Grams in seconds. If you want…

Deep Dive Newsletter May 2021

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Subscribe | Navigate to Topic: SEO SEA AI in Business SEO N-Gram Analysis on Keyword Planner Data You can discover interesting search patterns for your SEO strategy by analyzing n-Grams in big keyword lists. Here is a real life example of how easy and fast it can be done. Free…

Stefan Neefischer’s Newsletter April 2021

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Subscribe | Navigate to Topic: SEO BigQuery ML Display SEO PEMAVOR Search Trends Tool: How is it done? Google Trends Chart Creator – that produces embeddable HTML Code you can use easily to add pretty looking search trends visualizations to your website. The Rise of Python since 2004 Which Programming…

Analyzing Google Trends Data to get Covid insights for Germany:

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1.) “Geschmacksverlust” and “Geruchsverlust” have a lot less searches in the current covid wave, that is mainly driven by B.1.1.7 cases 2.) “long covid” is currently exploding in search trends. Is it getting just a common term and people want informations about it? Or do more people run into “long…
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