| 11:29 am on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Hi SoulFly, welcome to webmasterworld :)
Simple answer: no.
There's no way to approach even a poor level of reliability in acquiring this data. You could get reasonably reliable data for particularly sets of keywords and regions. But everything worldwide? You're out of luck, I'm afraid ;)
| 12:04 pm on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Hi Andy. Thanks for reply.
Yeah, i know the tools well how to acquire data of particular keyword.
But you know, just imagine, if I could see all entered search terms and counts of one month of google, then it would billion dollar info. ;)
Anyway, many many thanks for your reply again
| 12:14 pm on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
You could try Adwords broad match on every word in the dictionary, but then it may well cost you a billion to get the data in the first place ;)
Note to self: don't try this
| 12:25 pm on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
lol. Thats why i asked whether any paid company is providing GigaByte spreadsheet on these search temrs or not.
Im not such insane that i would even think of paying billion :P
| 12:28 pm on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I'm sure you could find people selling such a spreadsheet, but that's where reliability comes in - no-one has this data other than Google (and to a lesser extent other search engines). You could ask Google really nicely I suppose ;)
The one exception is ISP-based statistics (like Hitwise), but even then you're only taking a sample. Not a bad one though, although not at all cheap either.
| 12:45 pm on Jun 3, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Yes right. Reliability comes first.
:) I can bet google wont sell it. Then Giant companies will simply monopoly with those keywords.
Yeah, ISP based data might a very negligible solution to look at this problem. Well, it is interesting to know under which ISP providers of world Google makes highest percentage of their sales. lol.