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The Keyword Overview page shows you a summary of your keyword or keyword group with metrics, such as search volume, visits, CPC, competition level, keyword ideas, and more.
Note: Click the PDF icon to download your keyword overview details to a formatted PDF file.=
You can see:
- Search Volume: Monthly average for the searches for the keyword in Google for the past 12 months
- Search Visits: Clicks on search results (for desktop and mobile web) calculated as a monthly average, over the last 12 months
- CPC: Estimated prices per click payable for Google search ads relating keywords in this group=
These metrics help you understand the amount of traffic and investment for the keyword searched.
In the Top competing websites section, you can see the top five sites receiving traffic for your keyword group for organic, paid, and mobile competitors, with monthly traffic share and trends. The monthly traffic share is equal to 100%. The traffic trend shows keyword seasonality and recently trending keywords.
This shows who is winning with organic and paid traffic and how well the mobile traffic is performing.
In the Keyword ideas section, you can see:
- Phrase Match: Results containing the seed keyword, with some variations
- Related Keywords: Results matching the intent of the seed keyword based on how people search for a product, topic, or service
- Top Categories: Results are filtered per category to understand which categories (e.g. e-commerce, shopping, etc.) are receiving the most traffic for your keyword
- Trending Keywords in Category: Newly popular keywords in the group in the selected time frame and country, to determine seasonality and latest trends
This helps you understand which keywords are working to help with your SEO, PPC and Content strategy.
In addition, you can see the Top Ads and Top Product Ads on desktop.
Note: Clicking on the links will open the URL in a new tab.
This will allow you to see a comprehensive overview of the keyword searched to better discover what you need to qualify a keyword.
For example, if you create a keyword group with iPhone as the seed keyword, you can receive a quick summary of search volume and visits to your keyword group. This will let you know the popularity. Furthermore, you can see the websites that are competing for these keywords, both on desktop and mobile, to help you decide where to focus your efforts.