What Google Learned in 2010

Google Recently released a video which includes some interesting facts about what they learned by analyzing search behaviors in 2010. The data was compiled from over 60 research studies with the help of many partners, including Compete and OTX to better understand how consumers are utilizing the web.

The research produced some pretty cool facts like:

  • Google provides the most dating site search referrals
  • 25% of new vehicle buyers utilize the mobile web during their research process
  • Portable PC shoppers do an average of 14 searches before deciding what to buy
  • 75% of patients research their symptoms before going to a doctor for diagnosis

Watch the video to learn more:

About Drew Fortin:
Drew is responsible for strategy and execution of marketing initiatives for Compete.com, including affiliate, blog, email, lead generation, paid search, and social media. Before Compete, Drew worked for office supply giant, Staples, Inc. where he had the opportunity to manage multiple online marketing channels for Staples.com, including affiliate, SEO/SEM, and comparison shopping engines. Follow Drew on Twitter or link him on LinkedIn.