Examine A Few Huge Hot Keywords Around the Android Smartphone
These observations will be of primary interest for companies attempting to obtain organic visibility around a smartphone product like the Android. The results I am publishing here come from Wordtracker’s API for Google. While I will only be publishing a few examples, there are many more trends available for Wordtracker members to explore.
A bit of Wordtracker background first:
Historically, for keyword researchers wanting to find fair to high search volume combined with lower competition, the trend has always been to watch for extremely high KEI (or keyword Effectiveness Index.) The higher the KEI value for the specific phrase, you can generally find lower competition based on busy phrases that are actually being searched with on Google.
KEI stands for “keyword effectiveness index” and in general, the higher the KEI value the bigger and better the window of opportunity is. KEI is not perfect, but mixed with the right methods that I teach in my e-book, Wordtracker still delivers the goods the way it has over the last 11 years.
Here are a few random observations for companies interested in marketing the Android:
Exact Keyword Phrase Popularity Competition KEI Factor
(words in exact keyword proximity) (# Searches/Year) (# competing pages)
android tablets review 60,500 58 81,300,000
market for android 1,500,000 696 2,260,000,000
top android applications 135,000 140 120,000,000
free android downloads 22,200 149 7,950,000
the android phone 1,000,000 12,500 311,000,000
Oh yes, and it appears there are a lot of folks asking the question…
what is android 16,600,000 3,140 165,000,000,000
free apps android 165,000 335 112,000,000
I’ll end this list of examples here, but there are several hundreds more fascinating keyword phrases to discover if you have a Wordtracker Membership. I’ll continue with a whole new series of keyword observations for the next several weeks in a variety of industries. While you’re sure to see some great
things, please keep in mind that I am, by no means posting all of the very best “windows of opportunity” here for free. You’ll need a membership to dig deeper into your keywords so try the 7 day free trial to
see for yourself at www.Wordtracker.com