The world (search) in 2015, according to Google


Google Search 2015

It’s out, it’s out. The list of the “Most Searched Items” by the most-used Online search engine in the world – Google.

Google Trends has put up a list of what the world searched for in 2015, followed by similar list, country-wise. The collective world searched most for US basketball player Lamar Odom (No: 1), followed by French publication Charlie Hebdo & multi-player game, Agar.io.


Google’s Year in Search Is Back and Better Than Ever – WIRED

http://news.google.com Dec 16, 2015 

Of all the countless things people typed into the Google search box this year, the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo in January and the city of Paris in November topped the list. That’s not …

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Google’s search data draws a picture of a violent 2015 – The Verge

http://news.google.com  Dec 16, 2015 

Google has trawled through its records to get a picture of how we searched for things in 2015, selecting the terror attacks in Paris, the Oscars, and the Cricket World Cup as some …

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Google’s Most Popular Search Terms of 2015 – TIME

http://news.google.com Dec 16, 2015 

The word “google” has been part of the Merriam-Webster dictionary since 2006, which tells you just how vital the search engine has become. Google’s annual list of its most popular search terms give us …

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The Top Searches On Google In 2015 Included Lamar Odom, Paris And Agar.io – TechCrunch

Dec 16, 2015

As the world’s largest search engine in terms of market share, Google’s “Year In Search” list is a pretty good gauge of the zeitgeist. In 2015, basketball player Lamar Odom, the terrorist attacks in Paris, and action game Agar.io made the list of the most popular queries…

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