100 Most Popular Google Keywords of 2017

This is the ultimate list of top most searched keywords on Google with 1000 new words updated.

Top 100 Most Searched Google Keywords in the US:

Now, traffic-driving keywords aren’t a secret anymore. And unsurprisingly, this list is almost entirely dominated by branded searches.

Top 1000 Most Searched Words on Google

The ‘Global Search Volume’ column lists monthly average values calculated using the data collected over the last 6 months.

Note: This list doesn’t filter or remove any such search terms that may be considered as offensive or age-inappropriate. Please exercise your own discretion to decide whether you want to proceed ahead or not.

Search volume:

Search volume shows how many times a given keyword is being entered into Google per month. And, because the search demand on many keywords tends to fluctuate from month to month, the number that we give you is an annual average.

Return Rate:

Return Rate shows how often a person will search for that keyword again. It is a relative metric, so RR 3.55 doesn’t mean that people perform the same search 3-4 times a month on average.

The list has several interesting insights that I did not see coming before receiving the data. It’s interesting to see Google Instant going to work – and accurately, with many searches of single-letter terms.

Going Beyond the Most Popular Searches

Popular and most searched keywords are often the most expensive keywords. If you want to rank for these keywords then you either have to master the art of SEO or pay a huge amount to rank by bidding on these keywords.

For every SEO strategy, it’s extremely important to focus on popular and top searched keywords while maintaining a balance between medium and long tail keywords.

It is very difficult to drive traffic through popular keywords alone because the competition is so high. The same goes for paid search. And either way, for healthy growth you’ll need to target mid- and long-tail searches.

Some Keyword Research Tips You Can Try to Boost Your Rankings:

  1. Study the on-site search queries your visitors are looking for
  2. Survey your audience for “seed” keywords
  3. Ranking for long-tail keywords builds a strong conversion tunnel
  4. Keep looking for common customer questions with Answer the Public
  5. Get competitive data with the Google Keyword Planner
  6. Build localized long-tail keywords
  7. Verify keyword potential before using them with tools like Ahrefs and SEMrush
  8. Long-tail keywords have better conversion rates


So there you have it.

The complete list of top most searched keywords of Google. There’s certainly plenty more keywords which you can find by performing a simple keyword research.

Grow your audience and don’t waste your money on unqualified traffic.

Source: blogkens.com