How do you change Google autocomplete?
To change Google’s automatic suggestions, you need to create search volume for at least ten terms that is higher than the search volume for any negative term you’re trying to suppress.
What is your strategy for changing Google’s suggestions?
We try to replicate what happens naturally. We have many people performing many searches all over the United States. We also use proxies to further diversify our search footprint.
How long does it take to change Google autocomplete?
For lower search volume terms, we usually see results within 4 months. Higher volume terms can take 6 months or more. We’ve seen changes occur in as little as 2 months.
How much does it cost?
No. While terms with higher volume tend to appear higher, you can’t bank on them being ranked in popularity from top to bottom. The numbers in red represent average monthly search volume for each keyword. It’s clear that terms are not ranked in order of search volume.
Do the terms with the highest monthly search volume always appear as the suggestions in Google autocomplete?
No. Terms with the highest volume make up about 60-70% of the top 10 suggestions. The other 3-4 of the suggestions seem to appear completely at random.
Do you keep track of the searches your team performs?
We track every single search we perform. We know when, where, and what was searched. We know who performed it and what they clicked on.
Do you provide a report of your work?
Yes, upon request.
Can I fix my autocomplete problem myself?
Yes. If you check Google’s keyword planner and find there’s no or very low search volume for your negative term, you and a few friends might be able to correct it. Follow these step-by-step instructions.
Are suggestions different on computers in different cities?
They can be. I go into greater detail about this question in this post.
If you would like a quote on correcting your suggestions in Google, please call 503-890-6663.