Google Adds Hot Trends to Search Results

If you happen to be searching one of the 100 hottest trends on Google Search, you’ll now see a Google Trends graph of the keyword at the bottom of the search results.

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Meanwhile, Google Trends will now only display the top 40 trends instead of the top 100. And they’ll get Ryan Seacrest to deliver the results on his radio show. Just kidding.

Despite the reduction of displayed top trends, the new search results feature will still affect the top 100 trends.

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