We’ve all heard the term “Project Anime Listing” (PAL) and heard of the search engine that would put you on a list for that particular anime.
But it’s important to understand that not every project that gets a PAL is necessarily going to be on that list, and many projects will be left off if they aren’t in the top 20 most popular anime projects of all time.
For example, if you are searching for “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic”, you’re likely not going to find “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” in the first 10 results.
But if you were to search for “Twilight Sparkle: Friendship is Magic” in Google Trends, you might see it.
If you are looking for “Penguin Book 1: The Book of Life” or “Hajime no Ippo: The Testament of an Idol” and have no idea which project they are, they might be on your list.
In other words, you need to look at the anime listings for the anime that are currently available for viewing on Google Trends to see if it’s on the top of your list for viewing.
So how do you find anime listings in Google trends?
If you want to learn more about Google Trends and the various search engines that are part of it, here are some ways you can do so:1.
Go to the search results page for the Anime Project that you want.
For instance, if your search is for “The Legend of Korra”, go to the Google Trends search results pages for the “Korra” project.2.
Go into the anime page and click on the anime title in the search result.3.
Scroll down and click the “Search” button to find the anime listed in the results.
You will be shown a list of results, sorted alphabetically by search query.
You can click on each result to view the results by year or month or even by season.
If you want more information about how to use Google Trends for Anime Project Listings, check out this guide from Google.
You’ll learn how to find anime projects from the anime industry, and you’ll also learn how the search engines are using the data they have to help you find the most popular projects in anime.