Google Site Query
Restrict your search to a specific site (e.g., site:webcraft.ws). Useful to see the number and list of pages indexed on a particular domain. You can expand the value by adding additional query parameters. For example, site:moz.com/blog inurl:tools, will show only those pages in Google’s index that are in the blog and contain the word “tools” in the URL. This number will fluctuate, but it’s a decent rough measurement (learn more from this blog post).
At google.com/trends, you can research keyword search volume and popularity over time. Log in to your Google account to get richer data, including specific numbers instead of simple trend lines.
Blog Search Link Query
Search links in a blog (e.g., link:webcraft.ws/blog). Google’s regular link query operator is not always useful, but their blog search generally yields high-quality results, sortable by date range and relevance. Learn more about the link operator in this blog post.