How to Use Google Trends to Tell Election Stories

Presented at ONA20
September 30, 2020
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Learn how to use Google Trends data to understand: what people search for in local markets; tools and tips for accessing real time Trends data; do’s and don’ts; how to find weird things that make good stories.

We will continue our tools discussion and have our product and engineering leads available for more detailed questions.


Speakers

Simon Rogers
Data Editor, Google
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