2016 Google’s year in search

Every year the biggest internet browser Google makes a summary of its top searches and presents them in an original manner. The 2016 Year in Google Searches is neatly done, with precise attention to details of what marked the year we hope does not repeat!   So, here is the link of summary page of the Google’s year – top 2016 search results. You can browse it by People, Places, Things and Ideas or just go through each month most browsed results.
Online education was is solid stable search trend,  during the whole year, even though it can be emphasised that India is the leading country where these keywords are browsed most frequently. This is the overview of the region interest in the last 5 years, reflecting the top countries’ list, where online education was searched via Google: Numbers represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for the given region and time. A value of 100 is the peak popularity of the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. Likewise, a score of 0, means the term was less than 1% as popular as the peak.
Most interesting online education topics searched in the past 5 years, are seen in the list below: Users searching for this term also searched for these topics. You can view by the following metrics: * Top – The most popular topics. Scoring is on a relative scale where a value of 100 is the most commonly searched topic, a value of 50 is a topic searched half as often, and a value of 0, is a topic searched for less than 1% as often as the most popular topic.
  • Rising – Related topics with the biggest increase in search frequency since the last time period. Results marked “Breakout” had a tremendous increase, probably because these topics are new and had few (if any) prior searches.

The online education queries in the last 5 years are reflected from the list presented here: Users searching for the term also searched for these queries. You can sort by the following metrics: * Top – The most popular search queries. Scoring is on a relative scale where a value of 100 is the most commonly searched query, 50 is a query searched half as often, and a value of 0 is a query searched for less than 1% as often as the most popular query.
  • Rising – Queries with the biggest increase in search frequency since the last time period. Results marked “Breakout” had a tremendous increase, probably because these queries are new and had few (if any) prior searches.

You can browse for yourself the keywords of your interest and find out what the world is most interested when browsing Google. Do not remember that this is statistical data processed to give an overview, but if you need more insights you need to have a survey ordered, to establish your interests and goals.   Happy Browsing !!