Using Python and Google Big Query to Scale Google Trends in Near Real Time

by Hamlet Batista | December 02, 2020 | 0 Comments

If 2020 has taught us an SEO-specific lesson, it’s that the intent and value of keywords can change rapidly as social situations develop. Things like a pandemic can make even a month old keyword data nearly useless. But what about events that are developing rapidly in real-time? Join Local SEO Guides Dan Leibson and Bryan Heckler to learn about how they built a solution to scale Google’s Trends for millions of queries in near real-time to analyze data from the United States’ 2020 election day.

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Hamlet Batista is CEO and founder of RankSense, an agile SEO platform for online retailers and manufacturers. He holds US patents on innovative SEO technologies, started doing SEO as a successful affiliate marketer back in 2002, and believes great SEO results should not take 6 months

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