Top 100 New Google searches in the US (in April, 2018)
Breaking News
News Website - World News | Top Stories

Top 100 New Google searches in the US (in April, 2018)

Are you wondering what people in the United States (and around the World) are searching for the most? Then you’re in luck!

Top100 most searched keywords in the US

0 2,842

We’ve just uploaded fresh data from April into Keywords Explorer—our monstrous keywords database—and naturally, we wanted to know which Google searches were most popular this month. : Top100 most searched keywords in the US

SIDENOTE.

the total size of Ahrefs’ keywords database is now 5.9 BILLION keywords (2.25 Billion of which are Google search queries from the United States alone). Which makes our database the biggest one in our industry.

We have pulled two lists for the United States:

  • Top100 most searched keywords in the US—a list of terms with the highest average monthly search volume as of today;
  • Top100 new keywords in the US in April—a list of the most popular search queries that we haven’t seen up until April.
Related Posts

And then we also pulled these “best new keywords in April” across all countries in our database, which turned out quite interesting as well.

So here you go:

Top 100 Google search queries in the US (in April, 2018)

Unsurprisingly, this list is almost entirely dominated by branded searches. But we have decided to leave the list as is, so that you could see the full picture.

RankKeywordSearch VolumeReturn Rate
1youtube1388000003.71
2facebook1062000003.67
3amazon849100003.29
4gmail609100003
5google554900002.46
6craigslist465700003.1
7ebay448100003.01
8netflix397400002.84
9walmart371300002.43
10google maps368400002.76
11yahoo mail339300003.21
12yahoo285300002.9
13google translate250600003.34
14weather244400002.82
15facebook login243700002.85
16home depot230000002.37
17maps204000002.59
18google docs185600003.21
19translate183100003.22
20target178300002.1
21pornhub177500003.7
22paypal173400002.25
23usps tracking170500002.67
24hotmail168900002.89
25lowes167200002.34
26calculator161700003.24
27best buy157600001.91
28google drive157400002.67
29pinterest155900002.56
30pandora140100002.4
31bank of america139000002.89
32youtube to mp3136700002.93
33wells fargo133300002.92
34instagram132900001.93
35google classroom130600003.25
36zillow127100002.34
37speed test126100002.29
38linkedin125100002.34
39cnn119200002.74
40twitter118100002.12
41mapquest105500002.33
42indeed100300002.61
43costco100300002.07
44ups tracking100000002.22
45capital one99300002.61
46usps94500002.06
47you tube93900002.67
48pizza hut92400001.93
49amazon prime91900002.08
50espn90800002.64
51kohls90000002.23
52xnxx88600003.92
53roblox88200003.26
54american airlines86500002.1
55chase86200002.77
56xvideos84600003.57
57dominos83600001.97
58verizon82800001.89
59news82500002.61
60fox news82400002.6
61hulu79900001.96
62spotify78400001.59
63etsy76000002.15
64expedia75900002.17
65msn75200003.2
66macys74100002.23
67turbotax72100001.87
68porn70900002.98
69steam69800001.65
70bed bath and beyond69400001.79
71gamestop69300001.99
72dropbox68900001.79
73airbnb68000001.99
74you67900001.9
75groupon67000001.9
76thesaurus66700002.24
77southwest65800002.09
78aol mail65500003.42
79reddit65200002.28
80papa johns65100001.85
81united airlines64000001.94
82walgreens63300001.75
83fedex tracking63300002.14
84twitch58900002.28
85google scholar58000003.07
86autozone57600001.92
87soundcloud57500002.07
88jcpenney57300001.92
89123movies57300003.07
90credit karma57200001.93
91ikea57000001.73
92powerball56700002.19
93imdb56700002.18
94donald trump55700001.88
95southwest airlines55300001.98
96comcast54900002.04
97minecraft54400001.72
98bing54300002.49
99traductor53700003.78
100xhamster53600003.59

Before we move on to the next list of trending keywords, it’s important to understand the keyword metrics that we display.

Search volume

Search volume shows how many times a given keyword is being entered into Google per month. And, because the search demand on many keywords tends to fluctuate from month to month, the number that we give you is an annual average.

SIDENOTE.

here at Ahrefs we calculate search volumes by modeling data from Google Keyword Planner against clickstream data. This method has proven to be quite accurate and we keep tweaking our model to achieve even better results.

Return Rate

Return Rate shows how often a person will search for that keyword again. It is a relative metric, so RR 3.55 doesn’t mean that people perform the same search 3–4 times a month on average.

But Return Rate is very useful when comparing two keywords.

For example, the keyword “spotify” has RR 1.59, which means that people rarely search for that keyword again. This is probably because they were just looking to download this app or learn what it is.

On the other hand, “facebook” has RR 3.67, which means that people search for it quite frequently. This is probably because most people visit Facebook multiple times per day.

Top 100 NEW Google searches in the US (in April, 2018)

This list is much more interesting, because it shows things that people in the UShave started to care about in April all of a sudden.

RankKeywordSearch Volume
1johann carl friedrich gauß302000
2nasim aghdam53000
3masters leaderboard 201835000
4avicii cause of death33000
5radical heights32000
6joseph james deangelo29000
7alek minassian26000
8nasim najafi aghdam15000
9yodeling walmart kid15000
10how did avicii die13000
11tammie jo shults13000
12nice for what13000
13bully hunters12000
14mr peanut domestic violence10000
15walmart yodeling kid9900
16josh allen tweets9500
17j cole kod9200
18toronto van attack8900
19overwatch retribution8300
20nice for what lyrics8200
21search between 3 boats8100
22kulve taroth7800
23yodeling kid7800
24teddy perkins7400
25ye vs the people6900
26drake nice for what6500
27youtube hq shooting6400
28devyn holmes6200
29john hubert highnote5800
30verne troyer cause of death5800
31lift yourself5800
32zuckerberg testimony5700
33shudderwock5700
34overwatch retribution skins5600
35sammy sosa hat5500
36starbucks arrest5500
37mr. peanut domestic violence5400
38avicii death cause5400
39bushworld adventures5300
40retail row treasure map5300
41harry anderson cause of death5300
42spyro reignited5200
43beyonce coachella performance5100
44michelle wolf speech5000
45bullyhunters4900
46zuckerberg hearing4700
47kanye west lift yourself4600
48romaine recall 2018 brands4500
49fortnite master4500
50fortnite dance floors4500
51kendrick lamar pulitzer4500
52no tears left to cry lyrics4200
53spyro reignited trilogy4100
54humboldt broncos crash4000
55dance floors fortnite3900
56kill edward3800
57jan blankers3800
58brenna spencer3700
59nicki minaj chun li3700
60darling in the franxx episode 153600
61tony finau ankle3500
62caren z. turner3500
63darling in the franxx episode 143400
64walmart yodel3400
65yodeling boy3400
66toronto van3200
67yodel kid3200
681.106708 ms233200
69search between three boats3100
70taco shops fortnite3100
71new royal baby name3100
72todd brassner3100
73dance on different dance floors3000
74jennair gerardot2800
75fortnite taco shops2800
76youtube headquarters shooting2800
77karen mcdougal l2700
78beyonce coachella youtube2700
79chun li lyrics2700
80starbucks arrest video2600
81treasure map in moisty mire2600
82chikesia clemons2500
83jersey shore family vacation episode 32500
84my hero academia season 3 episode 42500
85nasim aghdam youtube channel2500
86nasimesabz2500
87kod j cole2500
88jersey shore family vacation episode 22400
89stormy daniels sketch2400
90saheed vassell2400
91beyonce coachella video2400
92yodeling walmart kid remix2400
93apyr meme2400
94yodeling kid remix2400
95barbie tingz2300
96wrestlemania 2018 results2300
97lupin unbound2300
98avicii suicide2300
99harry anderson death2300
100shooter at youtube2200

What’s interesting, is that some of these new keywords had a big spike in search demand and then faded to nothing quite fast. While others seem to have a continuous search demand, that shows no signs of fading.

johann carl friedrich gauß” vs “nice for what” are two great examples:

google doodle searches april

Nice for what is a Drake song released in early-April.

You can see that even after the initial spike, search demand remained relatively steady throughout the month.

And in case you’re wondering what that “johann carl friedrich gauß” hype is all about, it’s because of this Google doodle.

It’s fascinating how Google can create search demand in practically anything, right?

I didn’t include Return Rate this time, because the vast majority of these Google searches were very close to 1.

But I included Keyword Difficulty metric, which is super low for almost all keywords in this list (since they’re brand new).

Keyword Difficulty

Keyword Difficulty score shows how hard it would be to rank in top10 search results for a given keyword . It is based on the size and quality of the pages that already rank there.

Given that KD scores for most of these keywords are so low, I wonder if this very article will rank for some of them?

And that’s it for the US.

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time
http://www.usalistingdirectory.com/index.php?list=latest