Google Announces The Top Searches Of 2021

American multinational technology company Google has announced its annual recap of the year’s top trending searches during the year 2021.

Google’s mission is to organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.

Data on the top trending searches is published every year by the company, which is not only interesting, but also extremely valuable information to marketers.

At a glance, the data doesn’t offer much insight beyond satisfying general curiosity around what users of the company are searching for in Google. However, if you dig deeper you will find the long-tail keywords people were searching for during 2021.

Data are individual facts, statistics, or items of information, often numeric. In a more technical sense, data are a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables about one or more persons or objects, while a datum is a single value of a single variable.

Let’s go over some of the most search keywords, and perhaps you’ll find a few ideas for your next piece of content:

1 youtube 2.945B 2.899B 45.79M youtube.com
2 facebook 1.904B 1.844B 60.01M facebook.com
3 whatsapp web 1.850B 1.850B 94.22K whatsapp.com
4 netflix 983.08M 983.04M 34.60K netflix.com
5 roblox 767.70M 759.14M 8.56M roblox.com
6 amazon 304.23M 224.72M 79.51M amazon.com
7 hotmail 587.02M 586.99M 29.50K live.com
8 zoom 487.42M 487.26M 155.12K zoom.us
9 google 105.61M 105.53M 81.41K google.com
10 yahoo mail 422.03M 421.89M 137.16K yahoo.com
11 instagram 413.94M 408.36M 5.59M instagram.com
12 yahoo 341.65M 330.80M 10.85M yahoo.com
13 outlook 311.66M 311.62M 37.16K live.com
14 fb 338.90M 335.36M 3.54M facebook.com

Please note that Google’s data reveals all top “trending” searches, which means the keywords with the largest increases in search volume from 2020 to 2021.

What did you search for?

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