It will display the keyword you inputted at the top of the page alongside the last 12 months of search data based on your targeting criteria.
It’s important to note here that you can make each search very specific with language, location, search engine type and even negative keywords. As a rule of thumb, unless you have a reason for going specific – leave it as default.
For the suggested keywords you have two tabs under the graph as ad group types and keyword ideas. Ad Groups is for AdWords users whilst keyword ideas give you the exact match keyword alongside their average monthly search, competition, suggested bid and ad impression share.
Ignore competition (a number of people also paying for PPC on that term), suggested bid (how much to spend on a PPC keyword) and ad impression share (how many people will see your PPC advert). We are just interested in the average monthly searches.
Export your Keywords List
Once you’ve decided on your high average monthly searches that are relevant to your site you may want to export the list to keep a record of them – unfortunately, there is no way to only choose particular ones, so you will have to export the whole excel document and delete as appropriate!