The World Cancer Report, produced by the World Health Organization”s specialized cancer agency predicted that cancer cases will rise from an estimated 14million annually. WHO also reported that cancer is now the biggest killer in Australia ahead of heart disease. People want to know more information about cancer today. And it is quite evident from the number of searches they made into their search box.

We ran a keyword research on cancer and cancer related terms in Australia to help cancer news journalists & marketers know what people are looking for. We found out that Lymphoma, Melanoma and Skin Cancer have the biggest number of search volumes with 14,800 average searches per month followed by Breast Cancer, Leukemia, Prostate Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer with 12,100 searches. Below are the different kind of cancers and the number of average monthly searches.

Keywords Average Monthly Searches
in Australia
Cancer 9,900
Cancer News 9,900
Bone Cancer 2,900
Brain Cancer 1,300
Breast Cancer 12,100
Carcinoma 2,900
Cervical Cancer 6,600
Chemotherapy 5,400
Colon Cancer 4,400
Colorectal Cancer 1,900
Endometrial Cancer 1,600
Kidney Cancer 1,600
Leukemia 12,100
Liver Cancer 4,400
Lung Cancer 8,100
Lymphoma 14,800
Melanoma 14,800
Ovarian Cancer 9,900
Prostate Cancer 12,100
Pancreatic Cancer 12,100
Skin Cancer 14,800
Stomach Cancer 5,400
Testicular Cancer 5,400

Keywords are what searcher types into the search engine box. When you correctly identify the best keywords for your business, and study the competition, you can formulate an intelligent keyword and content development strategy to accomplish your Search Engine Optimisation goals.

Keyword research is the process of finding search terms and using them to perform SEO. Keyword research is the basis for doing SEO. It let you know what people are looking for. It can help you decide which pages to make and how to optimise the pages. Keyword research influence navigation, linking, images, meta description and plenty of other decisions. The idea of ranking is to get traffic for keyphrase, to get visitors who eventually convert into customers.