struct of integers get_embedded_phrase_popularity( string id, array of strings keyphrases, string case, boolean include_misspellings, boolean include_plurals, string adult_filter, integer max, integer timeout)
The adult filter has four levels which can be set with the following flags:
The following flags have been deprecated: 'include_adult' and 'exclude_adult'.
This filter is applied to the results before they are returned to you.
Enter a seed keyphrase and Wordtracker will generate a hash of keywords and counts from our database of 350 million Dogpile / Metacrawler searches from the last three months. Since this is an 'embedded_phrase' query, the embedded phrase must appear somewhere inside the result as is. E.g. 'bill clinton' will return 'the bill clinton house', but not 'the clinton bill house'.
|the bill clinton house||98|
if include_misspellings is true, then results from the Wordtracker database will also generate a list of popular mis-spelled forms.
If include_plurals is true, then all search terms will also generate additional plural search forms before submission to the Wordtracker database. For example, the search term foot will also include a search for feet.
There are three ways to deal with adult terms. You may exclude them completely with 'exclude_adult'; include them as well with 'include_adult'; or fetch adult terms by themselves with 'adult_only'.
The max parameter specifies the maximum number of results returned. The upper limit is restricted according to the account.
The timeout parameter specifies the cut off time in seconds. The upper limit is restricted according to the account.
If is_adult_filtered is true, then all results will have adult keywords removed.