Tuesday, 19th December 2006
Dogpile Releases Lists of Most and Least Searched Terms of 2006
Dogpile Releases Most and Least Searched Terms of 2006
Another day and another year-end list of popular search terms. This time from Dogpile.
The Infospace/Dogpile folks also provide a few lists that show the LEAST popular terms of the year. To make a "least popular" list a word or phrase had to be searched a minimum of 50 times, but no more than 100.
Top 10 Searches Overall 2006
2. MySpace (directional search)
3. Music lyrics
Top 10 Retailers of 2006
2. Home Depot
Top Gift Card Searches of December 2006
1. Visa gift cards
2. American Express gift cards
3. Mastercard gift cards
Top 10 Travel Searches of 2006
1. Southwest Airlines
2. Driving directions (directional search)
Least Searched Questions of 2006
1. What is a snood?
2. What do snails eat?
3. How many gold medals did the U.S. women win in the Olympics?
Least Searched Cities of 2006
1. New Hope, PA
2. Montauk, NY
3. Columbia, MO
As you might expect Dogpile notes in the news release:
Any adult content terms have been filtered out of results and category lists above have been compiled from Dogpile.com by InfoSpace personnel.
Source: Dogpile / Infospace
See Also: Dogpile 2005 Year End List (via SEW)
Last year Google, Yahoo, eBay, and MapQuest were all in the Top 10.