Bing Shares More Of 2009’s Top Search Terms

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You may recall that a lot of entities -including Google, Yahoo, and Bing – released some top/best of/worst of 2009 lists back in late November and early December, seemingly forgetting about the last one-twelfth of the year.  Bing returned today with more data about search trends, however.

As with the list of popular status updates that Facebook released yesterday, we’ll trust that you’re able to read the information for yourself.  There’s not a whole lot of useful analysis we can provide, either.

Perhaps the one thing worth mentioning is that Bing conducted an "End of Year" quiz on Facebook before releasing its lists, demonstrating that Microsoft’s interest in the social network remains fairly strong.

Otherwise, here’s what Bing found to be the top search terms of 2009:


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