I dont think you will find an acurate list of the most search for keywords but you could try this <snip> for starters.
[edited by: Receptional_Andy at 12:21 pm (utc) on Oct. 30, 2008]
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You can look at tools like Google Insights for Search [google.com] to get some of this type of data.
Of course, unless this is for research purposes, it's highly unlikely that such a list is going to be of much practical use. What were your plans were you to find such a list?
and in this regard if for exampe "google" is most searched keyword , so how we can be front page for this keyword on google SERp ?
|if for exampe "google" is most searched keyword , so how we can be front page for this keyword on google SERp ? |
Put simply, you can't. The most searched keywords are usually closely related to particular sites, and unless you are that site, or one of it's subsidiaries, you will not be able to compete.
The essence of keyword research is to match keywords that are relevant to your site, with those that are popular with searches. If you start purely from popularity, you're unlikely to find many (if any) usable keywords. Start with relevance to your content, and work from there.
Nobody posts a real top list. They always filter them. They do this because the real top terms are domain names and nasty terms. Also every day there is a new list. Whenever something is big in the news it will shoot to the top for a short period.
perhaps google hot trends is what you are looking for.
usually you can tell from the time chart for a keyword phrase what time a news conference happened.
Yahoo also has a "buzz" list which will give you a glimpse of some happening trends. Mostly celebrities, current news, stuff like that. ogletree is right - a true "top searched keyword" list would be drenched with keywords describing people doing things without clothes on.
You can get your link on the front page for a keyword by paying for it. Your link will appear on the right side of the screen, under the heading "sponsored links".
|The essence of keyword research is to match keywords that are relevant to your site, with those that are popular with searches. If you start purely from popularity, you're unlikely to find many (if any) usable keywords. Start with relevance to your content, and work from there. |
but how i can front page for my own keywords in google and yahoo ?
welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com], qeo50000!
this thread from the Keyword Discussion forum library [webmasterworld.com] has some things to think about.
the values are arguable but the elements are essentially the same.
It takes a while to get the hang of SEO and maybe years to get really good at it. You are not going to rank for anything that makes a lot of money right off the bat. You have to really learn how things work and spend a lot of time working on it. Some never achieve the ranking they need. Wanting to rank for any term in the top 1000 searched terms when you don't know anything about it is like saying "how do I sign up for the cowboys. I heard football players make a lot of money".
Most of the time it is a crapshoot. You can better the odds if you know the odds, and are willing to take the hits when the dice roll the wrong way. It all boils down to research, your budget, and how long you can ride the pony before it pays off.
Most search may not be the most profitable keywords if you use them to create adsense sites.
You need some braimstorming tools, and also keyword analysis tool.
As keyword brainstorming tools I suggest:
Google Top Trend
As for free keyword tools I suggest you check out SEObook's free keyword tools list.
Anyway, there are some better tools need you buy them, before you buy, remember to compare their features, some of functions may not neccessary for you, but others may suit your needs.
And don't buy it because they have a good sales-copy-page. Buy it when you're certain you'll download and USE it.