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Some Common Questions

Some Common Questions

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.



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Meaning of Life

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:

  • Where can I find happiness?
  • What is love?

This is just a selection of questions, but it can give us some ideas of the way we think. Questions tend to change over time and it will be fascinating to see what will be trending in the next few years. Let’s hope that meaningful questions will still be there while others about quick lifestyle fixes and diets .



Language and Grammar

Quite a few questions related to languages as well as grammar.

For example:

  • What is the meaning of
  • What is an adjective?
  • What is a noun?
  • How to pronounce
  • What is a verb?

There are also prompts to use Google Translate to look up a word or sentence in a different language. In the United States, a popular search question is “how to pronounce”.



Questions about Weight

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 that may make us feel insecure about the way we look.

There may also be genuine reasons to search for ways to lose weight.However, in such cases, the best course of action is to speak to a medical professional first. Search results for weight loss will likely not be suitable for many people.



Units of Measurement

Questions about converting units of measurement are particularly popular in the United States, where imperial measurements are used instead of metric units.

Questions include:

  • How many ounces in a cup?
  • How many ounces in a gallon?
  • How many liters in a gallon?
  • How many ounces in a pound?
  • How many grams in an ounce?
  • How many cups in a quart?
  • How many quarts in a gallon?
  • How many centimeters in an inch?

These types of queries often relate to cooking recipes. On a similar note, a popular question is also how long to boil eggs for.



Questions about Today

Worldwide searches on Google often feature questions about today, such as:

  • What day is today?
  • Is today a holiday?
  • What is the weather like today?

While it’s quite intuitive to know why people want to know what kind of weather to expect during the day, it’s interesting to see how easy it can be to lose track of time and having to check what day of the week it is or if a holiday we had forgotten about is magically happening today and we don’t have to go to work.



Questions about Social Media

The most commonly asked questions about social media are not about how to use them but how to delete profiles:

  • How to delete an Instagram account
  • How to delete Snapchat account
  • How to delete a Facebook account
  • How to deactivate Facebook.

It must be said that social media profiles don’t place a “delete profile” button in a prominent place. Understandably, the ultimate goal of social media companies is to keep users on their platforms for the longest possible time and drive engagement.

These searches often direct to specific help pages with instructions on how to leave a social media platform.



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Chrome Extensions Hacks

Extensions are software programs, built on web technologies (such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) that enable users to customize the Chrome browsing

The beauty of these Chrome extensions is that anyone can use them. The tools are not just for professionals. They can help you achieve the desired look and feel for your website, blog, page, or project.



These extensions will help you to understand how web development works. I stumbled on many resources online because of my interest in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Some of them were in the form of Chrome extensions.



SEO Tools

There’s a lot of overlap between SEO tools, which is why it can be so difficult to figure out which is the best to use. To simplify things.

You already have a ton of tools in your web design toolbox which is why I’m reluctant to write this post the way I would for copywriters and SEO pros. Why? Well, because there are literally dozens of SEO tools you could add to your workflow. Unless you’re promising clients that their websites will go to #1 in search results for every keyword they want to win, there’s no reason to add that kind of complexity to your life.



Bill Gates Guidance

Bill Gates has offered a lot of guidance regarding how to carry on with a fruitful life or lead an effective business. The high bar that the Microsoft fellow benefactor sets day by day isn't difficult to reach.

It will be that as it may require creating and pursuing some new routines. Clearing your own street to progress implies dreaming less and accomplishing a greater amount of what Gates himself has done while turning into the world's fourth-most extravagant individual.

Here are four things that plainly isolated the practitioners from the visionaries: