Google just announced several changes to their search engine results page. Many of the new features were already available, but they were not showing by default. You had to manually turn them on to see them.
When doing search engine optimization analysis for clients we often used some of Google’s optional features to research keywords and topics important to our customers and readers. Now tools like the “Wonder Wheel” and “Related Searches” are available to everyone with one click just to the left of Google’s regular search results.
Here’s a video from Google showing these changes and where the tools we use for search engine optimization analysis:
Here’s a quick link to Google’s official blog post explaining all about it:google, google search engine optmization analysis, related searches, search engine optimization analysis, search engine optmization, search engine results, SEO, wonder wheel