Managing the labyrinthine maze of Google search results can be a daunting task. Whether you're a seasoned marketer, a dedicated researcher, or a strategic business mind, the challenge remains constant: deciphering search intent amid a sea of digital noise.
Bid adieu to the hours wasted sifting through countless pages, struggling to differentiate commercial gold from informational gems. This ingenious automation comes to your rescue. With its remarkable capabilities, it effortlessly classifies search results into distinct categories: commercial, informational, commercial investigation, or transactional.
Seamlessly sync these categorized results directly into your specified Airtable, revolutionizing your data management process. No more tedious copy-pasting; just streamlined, efficient results.
Let’s set it up!
The first step is to create an Airtable with the fields you want to save.
Bardeen will extract information from the currently opened search results page and save information like name, classification, classification explanation, link and description.
You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Airtable.
Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbooks.
Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard) and click on the playbook card. The setup flow will start.
You will be asked to specify an Airtable. After you choose the database, you will get a prompt to map the information to the fields in Airtable.
The left side consists of all the fields Bardeen will scrape for you. On the right side, specify the fields in Airtable that you want to associate with the information on the left. If you don’t want a piece of information, leave that field empty, and it will be skipped. That’s it!
Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Airtable. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook.
To get search intent from the Google search results page, navigate to the results page.
Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard) and run this playbook. It will get the results and use a classifier to classify the content as commercial, informational, commercial investigation, and transactional.
This automation is fantastic for content creators and digital marketers who can employ this automation to enhance their content strategies. By classifying Google search results into categories like commercial, informational, or transactional, they can gain valuable insights into user intent and tailor their content to better meet the needs of their target audience. This ensures that the content created aligns with what users are searching for, leading to higher engagement and conversion rates.
Sales and business development professionals can use this automation to identify potential leads and prospects. By categorizing search results as commercial investigation, they can pinpoint individuals or organizations actively researching products or services in their industry. This enables more targeted outreach and lead generation efforts, improving the chances of converting prospects into customers.
Market researchers and competitive analysts can also leverage this automation to streamline their processes. It helps them quickly assess the search intent behind specific keywords or topics and categorize search results accordingly. This provides valuable insights into market trends and competitor strategies, allowing businesses to make more informed decisions and stay ahead of the competition.
You can also edit the playbook and add your next action to further customize the automation.
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