Hello everyone and happy Friday looks like the weekend is upon us again. Hope everyone is doing well and business is good. I have a question for you. I have often wonder what this symbol means when doing a keyword such

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lesabre Premium
Hi Norman,
Sorry, I may be just be a bit slow. I was just wondering which symbol you are referring to.

Sometimes it is a good idea to look at the other comments, which I just did.
< less than
> greater than.

Best wishes,
Michael
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Nrichards Premium
Hello, my good friend hope all is well, I am just seeing your message because I just turned on my computer. Thanks so much for responding but some of the wonderful members here are the community has already responded. All the best of success to you and have a good day.
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feigner Premium
this could be one of three things
either the keyword is too new to have any data against it
or
there is no one searching for it generally - remember it is average searches - so it could be a seasonal or trending topic.
or
it is in google's alternative search database - the massive one which is outside the one it uses for google ads - so no data is available from there.
if google is returning it then it is within its database....

if it is a topic which will benefit your niche and you can feed them into another post which may move them down the buying cycle then go for it and make sure you promote it through your social media.
good luck Norman
Phil
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Nrichards Premium
Hello, feigner and thanks a million for the informative information. This really is a big help.
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CordeliaN Premium
Did this fly off to the ether before you had finished?
If not the could you show which tool symbol to which you are referring?
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Nrichards Premium
Sorry bout that the symbol looks like this < 10 <10
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j52powell Premium
It means less than 10.
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CordeliaN Premium
Means less than 10, usually it’s what shows when you put in your exact title. Don’t always be put off by that. Do a secondary check on Google to see what the results are and if anyone has asked the question before.. 👍
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Nrichards Premium
Hello and thanks so much for the insight.
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Nrichards Premium
j52powell thanks so much for your help!
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j52powell Premium
You're welcome.
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Nrichards Premium
Thanks again and all the best to you!!
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