The Top 10 Searches of the Decade

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Tired of reading lengthy analyses of the decade we just left behind?  My employer Razorfish has a solution: a visual depiction of the major trends affecting search engine marketing throughout the past 10 years.   A Decade in Search is a rich media experience that touches upon major trends and events ranging from the bursting of the dot-com bubble in 2000 to the launch of Google Caffeine in 2009.  According to A Decade in Search, the top 10 searches of the 2000s were:

1. Facebook

2. Baidu

3. MySpace

4. World Cup

5. Wikipedia

6. Britney Spears

7. Harry Potter

8. Shakira

9. Lord of the Rings

10. Barack Obama

To get insights about the decade ahead for search, please check out Razorfish Search Marketing Trends.  Meantime, do any of the Top 10 searches surprise you?

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2 Responses to The Top 10 Searches of the Decade

  1. Any idea what the actual search numbers are. I find it interesting that people would search for facebook instead of just typing it into the URL as well as Michael Jackson not being in the top 10 as I have read that he was the most searched individual and celebrity on wikipedia a few years ago.

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