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Where Am I?
What time is it? Where am I? How are you? These are just a few examples of questions people ask Google.
We often do a quick search to double-check something we are unsure of and in the meantime, Google is busy collecting all that information.
Worldwide searches on Google often feature questions about today, such as:
While it’s quite intuitive to know why people want to know what kind of weather to expect during the day, i...
The most commonly asked questions about social media are not about how to use them but how to delete profiles:
It must be s...
The frequency of questions about weight is probably a sign that, as a society, we are overly focused on our physical appearance. There may be different explanations behind searching for weight loss tips and advice, for example when we are exposed to images of successful, wealthy, and slim people ...
Quite a few questions related to languages as well as grammar.
There are also prompts to use Google Translate to look up ...
Questions about converting units of measurement are particularly popular in the United States, where imperial measurements are used instead of metric units.
People are not just searching for ways to get slimmer or richer (or who is the wealthiest person in the world): they are also doing a bit of soul searching.
It might be surprising to find these questions in the list of most Googled:
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