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Posted 09 December 2003 - 06:54 PM
Hi Fritz. Are you sure about the 60 days thing? I only have one site, so I just did one day of wordtracker myself. But I was under the impression that their counts were how many times in the last x amount of searches, not x amount of days. If I remember right, the number of searches was pretty high, but it only equated to a couple days. (Makes sense, granted that I myself must do 100 different searches in the course of a normal business day, I assume there could be billions in a week if you counted all the searchers out there)
Posted 10 December 2003 - 09:12 AM
Wordtracker uses about two months worth of data, which amounts to around 400 million total searches. The data comes from Dogpile and Metacrawler, so their counts reflect a very small percentage of the total searches. In addition to the count from those two metasearch engines, they also provide a "prediction" of the total daily searches across all search engines, based on the data they receive.
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