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Where can I get for free (and without giving an email address) a list of all search words / phrases that people have keyed into Google within the last 12 months, beginning with a certain word please?
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I do not believe any such list exists. I also am not aware of any tool that automatically shows only specified words - especially at the beginning - and excludes all other related search phrases.

    I could be wrong, but I've never heard of such a thing.

    I'm sure there is a way to do it by exporting a list from KeyWord Planner and then filtering those results with Excel. You CAN set the Keyword Planner tool for a specific time period, such as the last 30 days. You can also change the filter to show "closely related ideas" instead of the default "broadly related ideas" which usually kicks out most of the results without the specific words in it (but they will not just be at the beginning of the search phrase).
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  • Profile picture of the author Pradeep Dixit
    I have also a website and i also looking for keyword researching tool. But as you says there is not a single tool which shows you list.

    According to me Human mind is better than any tool. Believe me if you can google the words and go with similar keywords or you can use Keyword Planner for free.
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  • You must be joking to ask for a goldmine and that too for free.
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  • Profile picture of the author markmiller24x7
    It doesn't exist & never will, it's a thing that you need to find by yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Quenton Fyfe
    You might not be able to get exactly what you're looking for - but you can get close and get a list that's useful:

    Go to Ubersuggest: https://neilpatel.com/ubersuggest/

    Type in your keywords eg Dog Training and hit search.

    On the left hand side of the screen you'll get a big list of keyword ideas that start with your keywords.
    You can use the filters to include or exclude other keywords and refine your list.

    It's not perfect - but it's pretty good for free.

    You could also create a list of Google's suggestions (which come from other people's searches) manually:

    Go to Google, type in your keywords (eg Dog Training) then type A.

    Google will return a list of suggestions that start with Dog Training, where the next word starts with A.
    eg.
    Dog Training Aids
    Dog Training Accessories
    etc

    Note these down and move on to B

    You can even go to the next level:
    When Google suggests Dog Training Aids - type that in, and it will suggest

    Dog Training Aids to Stop Barking
    Dog Training Aids to Stop Pulling
    etc
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by Quenton Fyfe View Post

      You might not be able to get exactly what you're looking for - but you can get close and get a list that's useful:

      Go to Ubersuggest: https://neilpatel.com/ubersuggest/

      Type in your keywords eg Dog Training and hit search.

      On the left hand side of the screen you'll get a big list of keyword ideas that start with your keywords.
      You can use the filters to include or exclude other keywords and refine your list.

      It's not perfect - but it's pretty good for free.

      You could also create a list of Google's suggestions (which come from other people's searches) manually:

      Go to Google, type in your keywords (eg Dog Training) then type A.

      Google will return a list of suggestions that start with Dog Training, where the next word starts with A.
      eg.
      Dog Training Aids
      Dog Training Accessories
      etc

      Note these down and move on to B

      You can even go to the next level:
      When Google suggests Dog Training Aids - type that in, and it will suggest

      Dog Training Aids to Stop Barking
      Dog Training Aids to Stop Pulling
      etc
      The Ubersuggest tool is definitely a good one. Just like with Google, you can export the list of all of the keyword suggestions.

      Rather than going through the mind-numbing process of adding every letter of the alphabet, one by one, to the keywords in front, I'd just export the whole list and then sort by phrase. That will put them alphabetically in order, where you can then easily delete all of the phrases that don't start with your words.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris2014
        For some reason, I wasn't getting any email notifications for these, but I am grateful to those that gave helpful replies. Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author csc2
    I think only Google has that data. The public can't access it.
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  • While it would not be the EXACT numbers, you can get directional information on search volume and inventory from the Google Adwords Keyword Planner Tool.

    https://ads.google.com/home/tools/keyword-planner/

    It will allow you to enter a single keyword or a group of keywords relevant to your site and you will get the search volumes Google chooses to share along with competition and relevance.

    Another tool that gives directional insight is Google Trends.

    https://trends.google.com/trends/

    This tool will give directional insight into several keywords for comparison.

    These are the best basic free tools I know for this type of analysis, other options are available but for a fee.
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    Google is privy to that type of data. And I believe it is part of his business secretes. If you can get a software to get you that then google will be done.
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  • Originally Posted by Chris2014 View Post

    Where can I get for free (and without giving an email address) a list of all search words / phrases that people have keyed into Google within the last 12 months, beginning with a certain word please?
    Go to Google Trends, enter in your search term/word, select 12 month period, and it will bring in a list of results of the trending keywords (what people have been searching for - related to your search term). I think that's exactly what you're looking for.
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