Will what Google Correlate shows us be mostly common-sense? Or are we going to need some deeper analysis to truly understand what we're seeing?
First and foremost, "public education" is clearly the hot topic for parenting. There are also many searches about disabilities and disorders in children. Young children, in particular, get a lot of attention, as well as adolescents. The rest are pretty self-explanatory.
Using this information, this would seem to be a pretty good list of parenting-related topics, in order based on the correlations:
- Public Education
- Children with Disabilities
- Governmental Programs for Parents
- Birth Defects
- Parenting Young Children
- Social Workers
- Parent Advocacy / Parent Advocates
- Trends in Parenting
- How Substance Abuse Affects Children
- Children with Disorders
- Juvenile Justice
- Children and Nutrition
- Self-Esteem and Children
- Adolescent Parenting
- Parenting Standards
- Information for Parents
This normalized search chart is particularly interesting:
Let's see if the monthly correlations dig up any other interesting terms we should be aware of:
From this additional info, we could add these topics:
- Parenting Pamphlets
- Nutrition Education for Children
- Preventing Cancer in Children
Just from these correlations, you see how many potential topics emerge. Doing a bit further keyword research will tell you which ones are best for overall search traffic, specific phrases to target, and for display ad relevance purposes.
Any other topics that you'd like me to analyze using the Google Correlate tool? Let me know and I'll be happy to look into it.