An Ngram is a continuous sequence of N items from a text. Ngrams are not keywords. Keywords can each contain multiple Ngrams. Example: The Ngrams of "Ryan Jones SEO" would be: [Ryan, Jones, SEO, Ryan Jones, Jones SEO, Ryan Jones SEO]
Enter 2 different URLs to compare. Set the min ngram occurrence to limit to ngrams that occur at least that many times in the copy. Set the min term length to limit how many words are in the ngram. (tip: increase both for smaller graphs). Common stop words and articles are automatically filtered out.
The tool currently works in 3 ways. The main tool examines the "related searches" from Google and Bing. The NGram tool lets you upload your own copy or keyword list. The Compare tool compares the text copy from 2 different URLs.