All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘search trends’

Yahoo Releases Top Searches Of 2014

Yahoo released its Year In Review, looking at the top stories and trends of the year based on the daily search habits of users. Here’s what the top ten looks like: Here’s a look at the top “obsessions” of the year according to Yahoo: The top-searched technology consumer goods were: 1. Apple iPhone 6 2. Samsung Galaxy s5 3. Samsung …

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Bing Reveals Top Searches Of 2014

Bing has released its top searches of 2014. “Each year, billions of searches on Bing.com reveal the people, moments and events that captivate people’s attention,” a Bing spokesperson tells WebProNews in an email. “From celebrities, to sports controversies, to top apps and vacation spots, Bing’s top searches reveal a unique, behind the scenes look at the people, moments and events …

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Yahoo: People Are Searching For Netflix 71x More Than HBO

It would appear that consumers are very interested in the competition between Netflix and HBO, as searches for the two rivals are seeing a significant uptick, according to Yahoo. “People are interested in the ongoing ‘war’ between the two services as [netflix hbo] is spiking off the charts this week,” a Yahoo spokesperson tells WebProNews. “Over the past 30 days, …

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Google Trends Gets A Few Updates

Google announced that it has made some updates to Google Trends, including a new homepage, more countries for top charts and hot searches, and a faster mobile experience. The changes come as Google has released its year-end Zeitgeist looking at the top trending searches in numerous categories and countries from the past year. Here’s what the new homepage looks like: …

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Google Zeitgeist 2013 Is Out, Mandela Tops Search Trends

It’s that time of year. Google has released the 2013 Zeitgeist. Google says it’s the “most global Zeitgeist to date,” as it features over 1,000 top 10 lists and top trending searches from 72 countries. “It’s perhaps unsurprising that the #1 trending search of 2013 was an international symbol of strength and peace: Nelson Mandela,” says Google’s Amit Singhal. “Global …

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Google Trends Becomes More Intelligent

Google has introduced new topic reports in Google Trends aimed at giving users smarter information about the search queries they are seeking. Google gives the examples of “rice” and “Gwyneth Paltrow”. With the new reports, it can distinguish between rice (the food) and Rice University, and it can include common misspellings of Paltrow’s name as part of the report for …

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Yahoo And Ron Burgundy Reveal Top Searches, Tumblr Blogs Of 2013

It’s that time of year. Yahoo has released its 2013 Year in Review, and revealed its top searches of the year. They went all out this year with a video featuring Ron Burgundy, Champ Kind and Brian Fantana to introduce the list. The top searches on Yahoo were: 1. miley cyrus 2. kim kardashian 3. kate upton 4. minecraft 5. …

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Here Are Your Top Bing Searches Of 2013

A person’s search history can tell a lot about that person so it only stands to reason that a nation’s search history can do the same. While not everybody may use Bing, the top searches of 2013 give us insight into what was big in 2013… among Bing users. To start us off, Bing cements our nation’s fascination with celebrities …

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Xbox One More Anticipated Than PS4, According To Yahoo

Sony’s PS4 was released on Friday, and Microsoft’s Xbox One will be released exactly a week later. Obviously both consoles have been highly anticipated by gamers, and will compete for their dollars. Yahoo shared some search trend data with us, looking at the popularity of these systems in terms of users’ queries. “Yahoo users are heavily debating which system is …

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‘Breaking Bad’ Would Win Drama Emmy If Searches Determined Winners

Yahoo is sharing some data related to Emmy-nominated television shows. “If winners were predicted by Yahoo searches, [breaking bad] would be this year’s Outstanding Drama Series as it’s the highest searched show this month,” a Yahoo spokesperson tells WebProNews. “Coming up next is [game of thrones], which is searched for nearly 6x more than [house of cards], [homeland], [mad men] …

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Wearable Technology Is Drawing A Great Deal Of Interest (If Search Trends Are Any Indication)

Yahoo shared some search data with us today indicating that people are quite interested in smart watches and other wearable technology. A long-rumored Apple watch was absent from the company’s big event on Tuesday, but such a product could end up being a hit if it ever comes out. Samsung recently unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Gear, and according to Yahoo, …

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NCIS Season Premiere Getting Way More Search Buzz Than That Of Any Other Show [Yahoo]

Yahoo is sharing some data on searches for shows that are just returning with new seasons for the fall. After a whopping ten years of being on the air, NCIS searches are “far past any other television show, ” according to the company. If you look at Nielsen’s top ten in ratings for prime broadcast network TV for the week …

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