• http://twitter.com/WeblinxLtd Weblinx Ltd

    Really Doesn’t Surprise me, however I personally think Facebook is going to be used much less in the next few years, with maybe Twitter coming out on top.

  • Andrea Ansley

    I think the next step to this analysis is determining how many of those one word searches are purely navigational. It would appear that one word queries like Facebook and Amazon will continue to grow in volume, whereas transactional and information queries will never compete in volume because the terms people use to search for information (not domains) will always vary.

  • http://www.ccmoore.com/ CC Moore

    I saw another post like this recently, it said Google was the number 1 searched term in Google, I can’t remember where I saw it now! Knowing me though i probably misread it anyway. Stuff like this really amazes me, you would imagine in 2012 that people would realise all you have to do is type “f” in your URL bar and you computer knows you want Facebook so does all the hard work for you!

  • http://twitter.com/SnohomishLiving Stacey Mayer

    Very interesting. Facebook is today’s hot gathering place, but I wonder what will gather everyone tomorrow.

  • treepodia

    People actually use bing, wow!

  • http://twitter.com/SerialEntrep StillBroke Jones

    Where is the full list including porn? or is this it?

  • http://twitter.com/SerialEntrep StillBroke Jones

    I have seen so many many people type “google” into google.. or their own domain names even.. I ask them to go to their website, they type “theircompanyname.com” or just “theircompanyname” into google.

  • http://twitter.com/SerialEntrep StillBroke Jones

    only media types, web designers, blacks and marketing people use twitter. twitter is the one that will fade away.