As the year draws to a close, Google has released its annual Zeitgeist data showing the top searches of 2010, a list which may interest internet marketing services providers.
The data showed some of the most popular topics of the year included iPad, YouTube and Facebook, which could encourage marketers who may be planning bigger pushes into these platforms in 2011.
Some experts, such as Search Engine Watch's Eric Enge, have noted the increasing use of these social media sites is changing the way people interact with websites.
As well as these, some of the most popular websites users were looking for included eBay and Google, while video chat room Chatroulette was among the fastest rising terms.
Bargain-hunters were also using the system with many people performing queries to find cheap products such as laptops, while the figures revealed cheap flights and holidays were also frequent search topics.
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