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Track shifts in brand perceptions, spot seasonal trends and be first to answer new, emerging topics.
Setup Search Listening Alerts and automatically get weekly email digests showing what new questions are being asked around any topic.
20% of daily Google searches have never been seen before. Easily compare search behaviour changes over time in your research.
Get all of your terms relating to a project or client in one place with Collections. Quickly add new searches to your Collections, or start a brand new folder with a new search.
Our visualisation is nice. But prolonged use may lead to neck injury if you need to analyse data for more than 5 mins. So if spreadsheets are more your thing, Pro users can export, then filter & pivot table away to their heart’s content.
Kate Moore, Content Marketer, Precision Marketing Group
Hide individual results or prune entire branches that aren't relevent to your research.
Map out the narrative for content, quickly and with more confidence.
Whether it's a pitch or a brainstorm, show complex research to your team & clients in a way that makes sense. Quickly get to grips with new topics and collaborate on a rock-solid content strategy together.
Patrick Garmoe, Web Services Lead, Nebraska Medicine
AnswerThePublic is for teams of all shapes and sizes. Invite your colleagues to work side by side or run their own research projects.
Learn how to get killer insights from AnswerThePublic using advanced search listening techniques. Access to premium video masterclass courses and an Ebook is included as part of your Pro subscription.
We want you to get the most from the tool. So if anything is confusing or not working as you’d expect the team will be on-hand to provide fast & friendly online support. They really are a lovely bunch and will make you feel very welcome.
“Search listening is a way of understanding what people are saying about brands and markets, and the questions that they are asking.
It’s a powerful form of public relations insight to develop a communication strategy, content plan and tone of voice.”