Google’s Top 10 Searches of 2013

Now that we’re well into 2014, let’s take a look back at what the rest of the world was busy searching for in 2013.

Top 10 Searches

According to Google, here are the top 10 searches of 2013:

  1. Nelson Mandela
  2. Paul Walker
  3. iPhone 5s
  4. Cory Monteith
  5. Harlem Shake
  6. Boston Marathon
  7. Royal Baby
  8. Samsung Galaxy s4
  9. PlayStation 4
  10. North Korea

If you’re interested in extending your knowledge about trending search in 2013, you can find the top 100 global trends from Google’s Zeitgeist 2013.  Not only is this a great way to stay entertained, but it’s also a great way to find out what piques the interest of me, you, and 400 gazillion (yes, it’s a number) other searchers. Try not to cry while watching that introduction video. You can use the Zeitgeist to discover the top 100 searches, view #my2013gallery, and explore global trends.

Using Google Trends

Not only does researching trends provide lots of entertainment, it also provides information that can be useful in a search marketing campaign. By learning what triggers the interest of global searchers, you can start to understand what themes may be useful in a paid search or content marketing campaign.

For more information about search marketing, contact us at OrangeSoda today.