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Question about Search Volume Index.

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Hello everyone, I did a search volume index check on one of my keywords

and the result for the keyword read for the area I checked search volume

index=0. I did the check for period covering last 12 months and the keyword

is a broad match.Does this mean there are so few searches google gives

this keyword this index score? Just trying to figure this out. Thank You.

Re: Question about Search Volume Index.

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Hi bills4065,

 

Yes, you pretty much hit the nail on the head. The search terms need to have a minimum volume to be included in the results.

 

You were using Google trends weren't you? If so, this page explains how Google trends works in more detail.