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The Top 101 Most Searched Regina Keywords in Google [Infographic]

Have you ever wondered how many people in Regina are searching on Google for what you provide? From Pizza Regina (12,100 monthly local searches) to Yoga Regina (1,900 monthly local searches), some surprises and some obviously very popular searches (Hotel Regina).

Below you’ll finally get an idea of how many people actually Google Church Regina, Lawyer Regina, and Party bus Regina. We also solve the age old question, what do people from Regina Google more, Pizza or Chinese Food? (hint, pizza Regina wins by a long shot. Shocking.)

***Warning*** these numbers aren’t’ perfect, they are the average and they fluctuate just the same as local demand fluctuates. If you want to find the search volume of your own keywords check out Google Adwords Keyword Tool.

Listed below are 101 of the most searched Regina keyword terms in Google. Listed is the local search demand and the global search demand in Google. Read more

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Coming up in Google for phrases your ideal customers are searching for is one of the most important tactics within your marketing strategy.

Think about how customers will find you in the future. Will they go directly to your website? Will they be searching on Facebook? Will they just ask their friends? Will they simply just ask their friends on Twitter? Will they look you up in the phone book? Will they see your coupon in the mail and go to your store and buy? Read more

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Marketing Tip Of The Day: Easy Google Chrome Depersonalized Search

Did you know that when you search your own product or company with the hopes of seeing where you appear in Google’s search results, you’re not getting objective information? Google hangs on to your past searches, takes your location into account, and gives results accordingly. You end up seeing an inaccurate representation of where your site appears in the search results.

A few months back, Jeph  blogged a nice little trick to depersonalize your search and see where you actually stack up for important search terms.

If you’re using Google Chrome, that trick isn’t required. You can get a true representation simply by opening a new incognito window as depicted below:

If you haven’t climbed aboard the Google Chrome train yet, check out Jeff’s page for his trick.

Happy search engine optimization!