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Google Zeitgeist 2011 is Out

Google has just published Zeitgeist 2011 – a list of the top searched queries on Google search and the fastest rising and falling trend for the year gone by. This year's Zeitgeist report offers greater depth and visualization with animated search and pictures to go along with it. Like last year, Google has also published an inspiring video highlighting the top events and news makers for this year. 2011 has sure been a crazy year – earthquakes in Christchurch and the stressful days during the Fukushima incident, riots in Egypt and Libya and subsequent overthrowing of the dictators, slaying of Osama bin Laden, death of Steve Jobs and and Amy Winehouse and the wedding of Middleton and Kardashian. You can read more on the blog post, but before that lets look at some of top trends this year and compare it with last year's trend


Fastest Rising 2011

  1. Rebecca Black
  2. Google+
  3. Ryan Dunn
  4. Casey Anthony
  5. Battlefield 3
  6. iPhone 5
  7. Adele
  8. 東京 電力 (Fukishama)
  9. Steve Jobs
  10. iPad2

Fastest Rising 2010

  1. Chatroulette
  2. iPad
  3. Justin Bieber
  4. Nicki Minaj
  5. Friv
  6. Myxer
  7. Katy Perry
  8. Twitter
  9. Gamezer
  10. Facebook

Fastest Falling 2011

  1. Myspace
  2. hi5
  3. Mebo
  4. Nasza Klasa
  5. Netlog
  6. Baidu
  7. wer kennt wen
  8. Meinvz
  9. Hotmail correo
  10. Delta Airlines

Fastest Falling 2010

  1. Swine flu
  2. Wamu
  3. New Moon
  4. Mininova
  5. Susan Boyle
  6. Slumdog millionaire
  7. Circuit city
  8. Myspace layouts
  9. Michael Jackson
  10. National city bank


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