It’s interesting that searches for Football peak during the beginning of the season and are way down by the time the Super Bowl rolls around. The same happens for Baseball.
According to this Google Trends chart, the expected arrival of Web3.0 is still far in the distance. It’s still a Web2.0 world. But sit tight… it’ll be here soon enough.
Well, according to this latest Google Trends report, it seems people make more searches for each season during that particular season. It seems kind of obvious, in retrospect… but it’s interesting to note that searches for “summer” begin much earlier than for any other season.
It’s a hamburger world, it seems. Except for every Fourth of July, when Nathan’s Hot-dog Eating Contest rolls around. Check out the Google Trends chart:
According to this Google Trends chart, HD-DVD is leaving Blueray in the dust. And we all know what dust will do to the laser in your player.
This is the first article of a series I’ll call GoogleTrending, where I use Google Trends to compare search terms and come to usually preposterous conclusions based on the trend charts. I hope you enjoy it. Share your favorite trend comparisons -or suggest ideas for new posts- using the comments form below. MySpace seems to…