Check Out These Thanksgiving Search Trends
Thanksgiving is upon us, and with each new season comes new search trends. Take a look at what people tend to search for around this holiday.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’ve decided to share some interesting Thanksgiving-related search data and graphs. Have a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving tomorrow!
It Has Begun…
This is a screenshot of the keyword trend for “All I Want for Christmas” – the same title of the Mariah Carey song I just got stuck in your head simply for mentioning it:
The graph above shows the trend from 2004 – Present. Here’s a closer look over the last 90 days:
Some crazy people are actually searching for this in August!
Should I Thanksgiving?
What about going to Google for practical Holiday advice?
Below is a screenshot of 2019’s top “should I” phrased Thanksgiving questions.
Some people are going to Google to decide whether or not they should even visit their family for Thanksgiving!
And this was before a global pandemic!
The “should I” related keywords got me curious so I did a little more digging and found this one:
Don’t you just love the internet?
Pie, Pie, Pie
“I’m eating this tonight! You’re probably gonna want a bite!” – That’s a line from a parody song I wrote in High School for NSYNC’s “Bye, Bye, Bye.”
And for those that like to debate what type of pie you should have for Thanksgiving, here is a pie chart of the most searched pies:
If you just can’t get enough of this tasty Thanksgiving data visit Google’s Thanksgiving 2020 Trends page.
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Join me and my friends Jennifer and Adam for a free, live Q & A on January 19th. We’ll be answering questions like:
- How to use the output of SEO analysis to influence other marketing and sales activities.
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- How good SEO research can help you understand and empathize with your customer better.
- How to do search “empathy” optimization.
- Identifying what you can give, not get, out of keywords.
- How you measure the results and prove ROI (or not).
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