Finally, A Keyword Time Machine

Jul 22, 2004 • 11:20 am | comments (1) by | Filed Under Keyword Research

Okay, the Earth may only be shaking quietly right now, but just wait. This is the biggest news in SEO all year. If anyone wants to argue with that, tough.

Trellian has just released the beta version of their keyword research database / tool. Their database includes over 9 billion search terms, and a full year's worth of history.

Yes, a full year's worth of history, so you can see how many people searched for "chocolate bunny rabbit" in March, or "college football picks" in September. Seasonality is finally, at long last, no longer the biggest problem in keyword research.

Everyone wave your hands in the air and say, "Thanks, Trellian!" Currently, access to the tool is free, but you do have to register (free) for a PrioritySubmit account. I'm so happy I might even pay to have a URL included somewhere!

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