How to Use Google Trends to Generate Content Ideas

Today I am going to teach you how to use Google Trends to generate content ideas.

How to Use Google Trends to Generate Content Ideas

Do you ever feel like you are running out of relevant topics to write about?

Would you like to spruce up your writing by working on the trending topics people are interested in?

Today I am going to teach you how to use Google Trends to generate content ideas.

Google Trends is a useful tool to use when you are trying to generate content ideas.

The tool shows you what people from all around the world are searching for on Google but also displays related searches which can give your content ideas.

It gives you real-time data so you can see how popular a search term is.

The quickest way to find content ideas, is to look at the "Recently trending" section on the home page.

This section will show you the latest trending searches on Google.

If you click "More trending searches", you can also choose to see either daily search trends, or real-time search trends, and as well as that, you can select the specific country that you want to see the search trends data for.

Then, on real-time search trends, you can sort by category, so you can only see search trends in your niche!

You can use all of this information to create content ideas for topics that are trending right now.

If you enter a keyword into Google Trends, and then scroll down to the "Related queries" section, you will find queries that people are searching that are related to the keyword you entered.

All of these are content ideas!

Take any of these related queries, and type them into Google to see what content other people have created.

Then, start creating content with your own unique twist.

For YouTube content ideas, use the "YouTube Search" filter

If you want to use Google Trends to generate YouTube content ideas, enter a keyword like normal, and then filter the data to show "YouTube Search" data only.

Once you have selected "YouTube Search" from the dropdown box, scroll down to the Related queries section again.

All of these are YouTube video ideas that are related to your keyword!

And there we go, that is how you can use Google Trends to generate content ideas!