Keyword Discovery is definitely our keyword research tool of choice here at SearchRank. Not only does it give its users access to one of the largest databases of keyword data on the planet, it is loaded with features. Trellian, announces today enhancements and new features to what is becoming the most popular keyword research tool on the market. This includes keyword database update, plural search feature release, import to any Keyword Discovery keyword database, and a Dutch keyword database is now available.
- Keyword Database Update – The global database for Keyword Discovery now now has 35 billion searches and the premium database has 10 billion searches from the last 12 months. This compared to the other keyword tool that only has 300 million searches from the last 90 days.
- Plural Search Feature Release – You can now perform a plural search in the Premium and Regional keyword databases. Searching for the term “car” will yield results from both “car” and “cars.” This new feature also works as a reverse plural search, such as searching for “cars” will return results for terms that includes the word “car.”
- Import To Any Keyword Discovery Keyword Database – Users now have the ability to select a specific KeywordDiscovery keyword database at the time of importing keywords.
- Dutch Keyword Database Released – Following the recent UK keyword database release, the new Dutch keyword database is now available. With 80 million searches performed on all the major Dutch search engines, it is the only Dutch keyword database of its kind.
Trellian also invites feedback and suggestions from users. If there are any features that are on your wish list or that have been seen in other tools, then let them know. They do claim to have some amazing features in their to do list already that will help improve the art of keyword research even further. Some of those that we can look forward to include even more regional keyword databases such as French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, a wildcard and contains search function, adult search term database, KEI improvements, and many more. I think they have already done a fantastic job with this tool and wish them continued success in introducing it to even more and more users.