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Google Zeitgeist 2011: Rebecca Black, Google+, Ryan Dunn Top Searches
Google Zeitgeist 2011 is out, giving us a look into the fastest-rising queries in the world over the past year, as well as insight into top search terms in 48 different countries, spanning entertainment, sports, news, and more.
Google has released their Zeitgeist 2011 data, complete with the top 10 search queries in sports, entertainment, news, and more for 48 countries. Zeitgeist’s lists allow you to compare results of any two queries on each list across various sliding time spans on an interactive graph, with hyperlinked icons indicating where news articles are available.
Global data shows that Rebecca Black was the fastest rising query in the world, with searches for her name increasing more than 10,000 percent in 2011. Google+ and Ryan Dunn were the next fastest growing queries worldwide.
Compare this to last year, when ChatRoulette, iPad, and Justin Bieber topped the international list. The complete Fastest Growing Queries – Global 2011 list is as follows:
TEPCO (Japanese electric utility company)
Fastest Falling Global Queries
Who lost the most traction in 2011? As Google Zeitgeist reveals the queries that fell fastest this year; see if you can spot the trend:
Mebo (we believe they meant Meebo and not the misspelling)
Nasza Klasa (social network)
Netlog (social network)
Wer Kennt Wen (social network)
Meinvz (social network)
Fastest Rising People Queries in the World
If you were worried about the future of mankind given that Kim Kardashian made top 10 lists by Facebook, Bing, Ask.com, and AOL, fear not… she’s nowhere to be found. The Fastest Rising People Queries – Global were:
Osama bin Laden
Visit Google Zeitgeist 2011 for query breakdowns by country, segmented into topics. Also, check out this short video Google released, highlighting the top events of 2011:
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