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Google Search Trends: 2012 in Review

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by E-Power Marketing on Jan 3, 2013 10:36:00 AM

From the Hunger Games to the Olympic Games, 2012 was a big year for Google searches. The emergence of new technology, viral videos, hit movies, global events and more created a total of 1.2 trillion searches conducted in 146 languages! Google broke down the world's most popular search results of 2012 into 12 categories, each with its own top 10 list. The categories included Searches, Images, Athletes, Events, People, Feature Films, TV Shows, Performing Artists, Consumer Electronics, Airlines, Google+ Hashtags and Videos.

What did you Google? Did any of your searches make it on a list of 2012's search trends? Find out by checking out the complete list here, and make sure you watch the year in review!

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