In fact, this does not have to be a bug. Often we are dealing with something that could be called "language mismatch".
If the topic is not in the same language like the stored search engine, many possible keywords used by competitors will be ignored. This happens for examlpe the chosen search enginge is german and the topic is used more often by English-speaking competitors. These are not included as competitors in the evaluation by our software, because too many English terms should not be suggested and recommended for a German content piece.
ou should always make sure that the selected topic also matches the set language of the briefing. If you are unsure whether it is a case of "language mismatch", it is advisable to check the list of competitors. If there are many competitors that have not been analyzed, it is most likely a case of language mismatch.
Our recommendation: Try to find different topics that are thematically in the same direction. Sometimes the simple translation of the topic can also be helpful. This way, if necessary, a different topic can be selected for the briefing, so that more keywords are displayed and you can work more productively with the brief.