A pro only feature that let's you get weekly emails showing you how search behaviour has changed, for a keyword or phrase you’re tracking in AnswerThePublic. Search data is only ever a ‘moment in time’. To get a true understanding of how people think and feel, behaviour needs to be closely monitored.
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 track search behaviour changes over time in your research.
Be notified about any new searches around you, your brand, your organisation...or even a product. Be ready to react when anything - whether it’s negative or positive - changes.
Track your competitors by setting up alerts for their brand or product names, and keep an eye on what’s going on in their world.
React to people’s ever changing questions around your brand, product or service. Get alerted to new queries relevant to you, and create new content that helps people when they need it.
Monitor people's search behaviour around your keywords and adjust your activity when there are changes.
Find out how people are talking about your brand, topic, product or category — in real-time, with less effort — and greater thoroughness than ever.
It’s candid, honest insight, which makes it incredibly valuable...particularly when it comes to making big decisions which truly relate to people.
Search listening is less subjective to unreliable responses, which can happen in surveys and interviews, or the desire to project a certain image rather than reality, which is a risk with social data.
Imagine what you’re missing out on if you don’t. Search listening is the insight consumer research needs, now.
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, Former Google data scientist and author of the book “Everybody Lies”