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We saw Yahoo’s, then Google gave us its list of top searches.  Now Ask is stepping up, and I’m happy to say that the term “Cars” was the sixth most popular query of 2007.

All right, all right, so that’s jumping ahead a little.  Numbers one through five, then, are “MySpace,” “Dictionary,” “Google,” “Themes,” and “Area Codes,” respectively.  I skipped one, two, four, and five because they’re not too fascinating.  Number three, on the other hand, is just sad – people apparently needed one search engine to find another.

Picking up after “Cars,” then, “Weather” was seventh, “Games” eighth, “Song Lyrics,” ninth, and “Movies” tenth.

Again, those aren’t the most interesting terms in the world, so on the Ask.com Blog, Ken Grobe broke things down into categories about presidential candidates, sports teams, television shows, and pregnant stars.  I’ll not share my views about American politics, but Obama came in first, Clinton second, and Thompson third.

As for sports teams, I was pleased to see the Boston Red Sox at number one and the New England Patriots at number three.  The Dallas Cowboys took up space in third place.

Hannah Montana came out ahead of the pack of television shows, with Family Guy and Spongebob Squarepants following an unknown distance behind.  And in searches for girls with big bellies, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, and Christina Aguilera grabbed the top three positions.



Ask Releases Top Searches Of 2007
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