Since it’s launch around two years ago, Google Trends has allowed users to graph the trend in the number of searches over time for different keywords and in different locations and languages, etc. Clever people were able to use these graphs in conjunction with other tools and stats to try and estimate search volumes and compare whilst undertaking tasks such as keyword research. However, things are set to become much easier;
Now Google is giving users the ability to search across terms in its database, instantly chart how they compare to other search terms, then export the underlying numerical data into a common spreadsheet format to compare with other data.
The new features require a user to be logged in with a Google account.