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If you're struggling to understand your audience and keep track of their interests across multiple channels, don't worry – you're not alone.

With the ever-increasing amount of content and data available, it can be overwhelming to sift through and find relevant information.

We currently pull questions from different sources:

Real Questions, Real Results

We know it can be tough to figure out how to really click with your audience and stand out in your market. That's why we gather user-generated content from the internet to help you find the best ways to connect with your users.
Think of PeopleAsked as the friendly bridge between you and your audience, guiding you towards a stronger bond and more authority in your niche.

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Deep dive into the questions that prospect users are asking.

Improve content creation
Create engaging content that resonates with your target audience.

Save precious time
Reduce the need for extensive research and guesswork.





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Frequently Asked Questions

PeopleAsked aggregates, organizes, and shows questions from various sources on the Web, including Google’s "People Also Ask" results, Google Suggest, Quora, and Reddit. This platform allows you to explore the data, generate image graphs for quick client presentations, or download the information for deeper analysis, making the process highly efficient.

Despite having similar names, PeopleAsked and AlsoAsked are distinct tools, both inspired by Alessio Nittoli's original “mind map” Google People Also Ask scraper released in June 2019.
Founded by Alessio, PeopleAsked evolved from a simple Python script into a comprehensive platform that not only utilizes "People Also Ask" data but also includes Google Search suggestions, Quora, and Reddit threads. This broader approach offers a more in-depth understanding of user intent, setting PeopleAsked apart from similar tools by providing unique insights and a user-centered approach to digital optimization.

Yes, you don’t necessarily need to sign up at the moment to use PeopleAsked. You can conduct a limited number of searches without an account. This limitation helps prevent misuse and ensures the service remains available for everyone.

PeopleAsked aggregates and organizes data from Google’s “People Also Ask” results and other web sources. Not all search terms will trigger a “People Also Ask” box in Google. If this box is absent, no results will be returned. Additionally, if questions are not found on other sources like Google Search suggestions, Quora, or Reddit, it may result in no data being displayed. To check:
  1. Perform the same search on Google. If there is no “People Also Ask” box, then PeopleAsked is functioning correctly.
  2. To check Quora or Reddit, append "Quora" or "Reddit" to your query in Google (e.g., best SEO tools quora or best SEO tools reddit”). If questions from the results are not found, then the query may not have data available from those sources.
If you find relevant data on Google but PeopleAsked returns no results, please contact support for assistance.

People Also Ask is a search engine feature that offers supplementary details to help users find more relevant information based on their primary search query. For instance, if someone searches for "tips for beginner photographers," the PAA section will display a list of queries that are connected to the original search topic.

Start by finding the best questions to answer: you can check the People Also Ask box or in the related searches in the search results page. But the easiest way to do it automatically is by using a keyword tool like in this way you will discover long-tail keywords that people are asking about. Make sure to give detailed answers to these questions.

In April 2015, Google introduced the 'People Also Ask' (PAA) box, a search results feature designed to improve user experience. This box, which has become increasingly common in recent years, appears during Google searches to provide users with additional relevant information.

"People also ask" is a feature in Google search results that displays a list of related questions that other users have frequently asked about the topic you searched for. "Related searches," on the other hand, is a feature that appears at the bottom of the search results page and suggests alternative search queries related to your original search term, helping you refine or expand your search.
With you can get insights from 'People also ask' and 'Related searches' in one place with just one click.