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What did we search on the internet in 2013?

Millions of
searches are conducted each day on popular search engines by people
in Norway. What are they looking for? The answer is provided by the
popular search engines’ annual statistics, providing a way to
glimpse into the web’s query stream to discover the most popular
search keywords in Norway. Google’s localized Norwegian site, by
providing search trends, maps and shows what Norwegian internet users
searched in 2013 with Google.

According to
stats provided by Google Insights, for Norwegians, the number one
searched word was Facebook. Even though about 3 million Norwegians on
average use Facebook for half an hour each day, it is obvious that
many still need help from the leading search engine to remember the
commonly used URL. Google, youtube, and Norwegian daily newspaper VG
follow Facebook, as dirty words are censored on the trend list of
Google.no.

The champion of
this year for the Norway-based search engine Kvasir is also the
popular social networking site Facebook. We also find the
traditionally popular websites, Finn (Norwegian online marketplace),
Yr (Norwegian website for weather forecasts), Norsk tipping
(Norwegian Betting), Vg (Norwegian daily newspaper) on the top of the
list by Kvasir, where about 1 million daily searches are done.

Here is a quick
introduction to what the Norwegians searched for this year:

Top 10
searches made on Google from Norway this year

1. facebook

2. google

3. youtube

4. vg

5. finn.no

6. translate

7. nrk

8. Bergen

9. you

10. dagbladet

Countries which
searched for Norway this year:

  1. Norway

  2. Iceland

  3. Uganda

  4. Ghana

  5. Nepal

  6. Estonia

  7. Malta

  8. Ethiopia

  9. Latvia

  10. Denmark

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