Now I realize that sounds too good to be true. And I don’t expect you to blindly take my word for it, so here’s just a few examples…
Coloring Book Market
If you were entering the coloring book market and wondering whether to create a coloring book about cats or kittens today, which would you choose?
Most people would go with kittens.
The truth is, there are 1,600 searches per month for cat coloring books. Kittens on the other hand are only searched 70 times per month.
So even if you had the best kitten coloring book ever, there’s a tiny audience for that topic.
Or if you were writing a romance book, one based toward the teen market, you’d find that although there are 3,600 searches for high school romance books, bad boy high school romance books aren’t searched for at all.
So it would probably be wise not to use that as a search keyword, or have that in your title as no one wants it.
Or how about the search volume for two terms that are basically the same - ‘nonfiction book for kids’ and ‘nonfiction book for children’?
Faced with a choice, which would you pick?
If you picked ‘non fiction for children’ you’d be facing an uphill battle as there are 9,765 extra searches for ‘non fiction for kids’ done each month.