Google just released its "Year in Search" statistics, and it offers a pretty good glimpse into what was on our collective mind in the Year of our Lord 2018.
After quitting the show, she said she felt she was "the most hated girl in Britain". Kenyans" enthusiasm for football was once again seen in the fact that "World Cup 2018' took the top spot in the trending searches, as people went online to find out more about their favourite country teams and players.
Simon Rogers, the data editor for Google's News Lab, specified the data also reflects how users globally searched for ways to do good. Meghan Markle was also the most searched for person of the year internationally, followed closely by Demi Lovato. Aviici's untimely death also garnered a lot of attention - his name is the second most searched term overall. Black Panther searches made it at the very top too.
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More specifically, on the list of most trending "Musicians and Bands", Lovato is No. 1 on both the United States and global chart. The top news topics searched for across the globe were World Cup, Hurricane Florence, Mega Millions Result, Royal Wedding, and Election Results.
Top "near me" searches: Jobs near me, Nandos near me, Dischem near me, McDonalds near me, Guesthouse near me, Postnet near me, Steers near me, Spar near me, Debonairs near me, Spur near me.
Top-trending SA searches: World Cup fixtures, Load-shedding, Global Citizen, Zuma, Winnie Mandela, HHP, Listeriosis, Black Panther, Meghan Markle, Mac Miller. Indian dancer Sapna Choudhary making it to the top three.