Google Trends for Websites now support subdomains

Earlier, Google Trends for Websites didn't support subdomains, now you can find traffic information about subdomains also. Even now, Google doesn't show traffic stats for most of its own domains, but you can find information about blogger.com, vevo.com, android.com, chromium.org, googlelabs.com, orkut.com, ggpht.com, googleusercontent.com and gstatic.com. "With Google Trends for Websites, you can get insights […]

Earlier, Google Trends for Websites didn't support subdomains, now you can find traffic information about subdomains also. Even now, Google doesn't show traffic stats for most of its own domains, but you can find information about blogger.com, vevo.com, android.com, chromium.org, googlelabs.com, orkut.com, ggpht.com, googleusercontent.com and gstatic.com. "With Google Trends for Websites, you can get insights into the traffic and geographic visitation patterns of your favorite websites. You can compare data for up to five websites and view related sites and top searches for each one. Trends for Websites combines information from a variety of sources, such as aggregated Google search data, aggregated opt-in anonymous Google Analytics data, opt-in consumer panel data, and other 3rd-party market research," notes Google.




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