With our International Search Tool, non-personalized Google searches can be retrieved from all international top-level domains. The option to choose the country and language settings allows easy access to all relevant SERPs and a quick check of individual keywords and rankings. With just a few clicks, it is also possible to use additional functions such as anonymous search, highlighting synonyms, exact search, or SafeSearch.
Thanks to the query of a local search via Google, it is also possible to see how one’s own website is displayed in the search results for international users.
Our Claneo International Search Tool is very easy to use. Simply enter the desired keyword in the “Search Query” field and then select the appropriate target country. This is done either via the quick select feature, which automatically fills in the fields TLD (top-level domain), language and country, or by completing these fields manually with just a few clicks.
In addition, a check mark can be set or removed for other options that may have an influence on the display of the search results:
By activating the “Exact Search” function, Google will only display results that exactly match the entered search term. For example, if you search for the keyword “fight iron deficiency”, you will receive many results in which only the term “iron deficiency” appears. However, if you use the exact search, only results that contain the related search term “fight iron deficiency” will be displayed.
Fig. 1: Excerpt of the search results page when searching for “fight iron deficiency” in the US.
Fig. 2: Excerpt of the search results page for the exact-match search for “fight iron deficiency” in the US.
If the “Enable SafeSearch” option is checked, Google’s SafeSearch feature will be enabled and accordingly no adult websites will be displayed.
If Google is only to display results where the entered search term is contained in the title of a page, the “Words in title” box must be selected. If this box is not checked and you search for “SEO vs. SEA”, for example, results will also appear with titles such as “What’s the difference between SEO and SEA?”. This is not the case if the “Words in title” box is selected.
Fig. 3: Excerpt of the search results page when searching for ” SEO vs SEA” in the US.
Fig. 4: Excerpt of the search results page when searching for ” SEO vs. SEA” in the US after selecting the “words in title” function.
With the “Search Anonymously” feature, the cleanest search results are displayed without any kind of personalization. Once all the relevant fields have been filled in and check marks have been set or removed, a pop-up window appears after clicking on “Let’s Go International”, whose “Start this search for search term” button must also be clicked. Google then opens in a new tab with the results for the search query sent.
One tool for all SEOs
Whether in-house SEOs or agency SEOs, our Claneo International Search Tool provides a quick and easy way to check the international performance of individual keywords and their ranking position.
In addition, this SEO tool is suitable for previewing how a website will appear in search results for international users and offers the possibility to check search intentions. For example, you can quickly find out whether the search query for the search term “household contents insurance” in the USA is more informational or transactional. Since different circumstances such as language, culture and locality also play an important role in SEO, our tool also helps to narrow down the results and check searches accordingly.
Our Claneo International Search Tool thus represents the ideal solution for all those who find it helpful in their daily work to be able to conduct non-personalized Google queries from all international top-level domains.