How America's Search Trends from 2011 Makes Google+ Stand Out
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More than 300 Billion searches were made in the US in 2011, according to ComScore. In December each year, the Big Three search engines publish the most popular searches of the year.
In 2011, the top ten searches from the three search engines added up to more than 250 million searches alone. We thought it would be fun to take a look at what America sees in the search results for the most popular searches of the year.
First, the top ten US Searches in 2011 by search engine:
|Rebecca Black||iPhone||Person: Justin Bieber|
|Google +||Casey Anthony||News story: Casey Anthony trial|
|Ryan Dunn||Kim Kardashian||Athlete: Maria Sharapova|
|Casey Anthony||Katy Perry||Musician: Justin Bieber|
|Battlefield 3||Jennifer Lopez||Electronics: Xbox|
|iPhone 5||Lindsay Lohan||TV show: ”American Idol”|
|Adele||American Idol||Reality star: Kim Kardashian|
|Tepco (IN JAPANESE)||Jennifer Aniston||Late night show: Chelsea Handler|
|Steve Jobs||Japan earthquake||Movie: ”Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”|
|iPad 2||Osama bin Laden||Celebrity event: Royal wedding|
Read the full Search Engine Land article here