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Is There a Google Trends Query Limit?

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Hi, 

 
Regarding Google Trends, I have heard there is a limit or quota on the amount of queries made by someone not logged in to their Google account? Is this still the case? Is there any limit on the amount of queries made while logged into a Google account?
 
If I wanted to run a preset amount of searches in different locations, say 5 keywords in 200 locations via a macro, would my IP be throttled at some point, or would I be able to search that amount, or even make endless searches from day to day?
 
Thanks
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June 2017

Is There a Google Trends Query Limit?

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Hi Scott,

 

It is best to be logged into a Google account (but it's not required) when using Google Trends.

 

When not logged in, or when blocking cookies, searching in incognito mode, etc... limitations can happen. Also, the system can "self-protect" if behavior seems suspicious, which is where being logged in would certainly help. The limitations are not absolute but are served on a case by case basis. 

 

Kind Regards,

 

James

 

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Is There a Google Trends Query Limit?

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Hi Scott,

 

It is best to be logged into a Google account (but it's not required) when using Google Trends.

 

When not logged in, or when blocking cookies, searching in incognito mode, etc... limitations can happen. Also, the system can "self-protect" if behavior seems suspicious, which is where being logged in would certainly help. The limitations are not absolute but are served on a case by case basis. 

 

Kind Regards,

 

James

 

____________________________________________________________
Google My Business & Google Ads Top Contributor
Google Partner | GYBO Agency | Local Guide | My Profile