Google Lists The Top Search Trends Of 2011

Google Lists The Top Search Trends Of 2011

See what topped the Google Zeitgeist report for 2011 globally.

Yi Chen
  • 16 december 2011

As the year 2011 draws to an end, Google has released its annual Zeitgeist report that compiles an outlook on how the world searched. Apple-related searches, such as iPhone 5, Steve Jobs and iPad 2, took over the Top 10 global searches, ranking in at No. 6, No. 9 and No. 10. However, what topped the list is Rebecca Black, coming in at No. 1. Black is a teenager who created the one-hit-wonder ‘Friday,’ which was loved and hated by millions on YouTube.

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