Filed Under (Tools) by Mani Karthik on 01-05-2008

Sometimes it’s difficult to find things on Google. Like for instance if you want to search for all the items and the websites related to “your keyword” today or yesterday on a time bound scale, things are going to be difficult.

There is a nice tool which let’s you do it. It works just like a Google search but, you have the option of opting for data to be shows that’s indexed on Google either today or yesterday, last 7 or 30 days. This is a nifty tool especially, when you are keyword researching.

  • You can find out how frequent is people blogging on the keyword.
  • Do a competition analysis on the keyword.
  • Do a study and decide on how and what to write on the article, looking at what’s been written already.

Like for instance, you found an interesting keyword on Google Trends that is related to your niche. And you wanna immediately blog on it to get some traffic. So it makes sense to check out what’s indexed on Google today and yesterday on that keyword. So you don’t want to repeat yourself what some one else has written, which is likely to put you lower on the SERPs. Taking a look at what’s written yesterday and today on Google (indexed), you can easily figure out how to to title the article.

Ex: The current top most searched keyword on Google is “David Copperfield” and you decide to write an article on it.
You do a time bound search and find that many people have already written (today/test) on “David Copperfield Video”.
So you might not want to repeat it, rather write on “David Copperfiled latest Video Released” or something attractive like it (be honest with it please).

Enough said, try the tool here.

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  1. That is a really useful tool.

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  2. Wow, this is very useful - specially for niche blogs :) Thank you!!

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  3. Very interesting tool. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I didn’t know there are such tool. Very useful to do some research. Thanks a lot Mani!


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