On May 2009 Google released a new feature called “Google Wonder Wheel” . Google Wonder Wheel is a wheel (of wonder) which shows related search terms to the current searched query and thus enable you to explore relevant search terms which might be the ones you originally wanted to search for, or simply give you more options to gain more information.
Google wonder wheel by definition is a wheel display of relevant search terms. Clicking on one of the search terms will open a new wheel of relevant search terms and so on.
The wheel was not invented by the Google Wonder Wheel as related search terms always and still appear at the bottom of the search screen but this is definitely a nice way to display the results and refine your search to find exactly what it is you are looking for.
This website is intended to explain how to use the Google Wonder Wheel and supply some information related to it.
Whether you are a student, a webmaster or just need to find something online, this tool is relevant for any of us and enable us to navigate the jungle of the Internet more easily.
The wonder wheel is meant to provide a more visual display of relevant search terms and keywords for the user. If from some reason the google wonder wheel is not yet available in your local google search, give it some more time as development in other languages is taking place.
Did you say mind mapper? This tool is a built in mind mapper with the intention to sort out search results in a logical way of relevancy creating a visual wheel of terms that can make your searching enjoyable and time effective at the same time.
Don’t attempt to build your website and plan your next school project without taking a look at the terms relevant to the ones you intended to use.
We hope this website will help you better understand and use this tool and we appreciate and comments or feedback (and of course corrections if necessary).