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What is the volume of your SERP Database by country?

DataForSEO has an extensive SERPs Database with over 620 million SERPs in total. To be more specific, we can supply you with over 158 million SERPs for the United States, over 43 million SERPs for the United Kingdom, and over 32 million SERPs for Germany.

Overall, our database contains SERP data for 106 combinations of countries and languages. You can find the full list of available countries and languages as well as download data samples on the SERPs Database page.

If you scroll down the page, you’ll see a table shown on the screenshot below with SERPs databases listed by country. You can sort the table by different parameters or search for a specific country.

The last row indicates the volume of the full database for all countries and languages, and it is available for purchase as well.

serp database volumes

Note that for all supported locations and languages as well as for the full volume, we offer two types of SERPs databases – Regular and Advanced. Keep on reading to learn more about the difference between the database types.

What is the difference between Regular and Advanced SERP Databases?

DataForSEO offers two types of SERPs databases – Regular and Advanced. Both types are available for all supported combinations of countries and languages.

The essential difference between the two types of databases is the completeness of SERP features you can get. While the Regular SERPs database supplies organic, paid, and featured snippet results only, the Advanced SERPs database contains all advanced SERP features.

We’ve designed these two types of SERPs databases to better fit the needs of different projects. Accordingly, if you don’t need a complete overview of featured snippets and other extra elements of SERPs, you can use the Regular database to simplify the processing of data in your system. In case you would like to get comprehensive SERPs with all rich snippets and other types of search results, you can use the Advanced database, where we’ve prepared all structured data for you.

Learn more about the data that’s included in the Regular and Advanced databases from our documentation or download data samples from the SERPs database page.