Pinterest Highlights Search Trends By Country

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Most of the big Internet companies are sharing their year-end lists for 2015, but Pinterest is sharing things that people are frequently searching for around the world at the present time.

Pinterest has more and more been positioning itself as a search offering rather than a social media channel though it certainly features elements of both. As it bolsters its technology and staff to cater to the search and shopping experiences, it's interesting to get a peak at what people are actually looking for on the service.

Here are the trends for six countries as presented on Pinterest's blog:

In the United States

Harry Potter, Lob hair, Iceland, Men’s fashion, Pallet projects, Bathroom storage, Small tattoos, Scandinavian interiors, Vegan recipes, and Alice in Wonderland (this being the book’s 150 anniversary!)

In Japan
Eggs benedict, New Year’s cards, Detox water, Glamping, Botanical, Marsala, Cheese fondue, Christmas decorations, Lifehacks and Wedding welcome boards

In France
Scandinavian living rooms, Small bathrooms, Firno clay, Easy recipes, Sewing patterns, Short bobs, Street art, Bohemian weddings, Woodwork and Small tattoos

In Brazil
Natural makeup, DIY decor, Tapioca, Braids, Street style, Men’s bracelets, Men’s haircuts, Small kitchens, Summer drinks and Delicate tattoos

In the United Kingdom
Pork pie, Broken-glass nails, Alternative Christmas trees, Dr Who crafts, Toad in the hole, James Bond, Meat-free Mondays, Alexa Chung haircut, Men’s undercuts and Lancashire hotpot

In Germany
Crafting with kids, Sewing patterns, Sloths, Thermomix recipes, Filofax, Sun rooms and winter gardens, Baking bread, Racing bikes, Vegan recipes and Watercolor tattoos

Pinterest also notes that the term "ideas" is used a great deal all over the world in searches.

Image via Pinterest

Chris Crum
Chris Crum has been a part of the WebProNews team and the iEntry Network of B2B Publications since 2003. Follow Chris on Twitter, on StumbleUpon, on Pinterest and/or on Google: +Chris Crum.