Dec 042009
 

Based on Google and Yahoo’s annual web search report 2009, ‘Jackson’ topped both Google’s fastest rising searches and Yahoo’s overall searches. Therefore, Michael Jackson’s sudden death on June 25, 2009 made him the biggest winner in Internet Search Charts. In fact, Jackson also topped the Bing Search Engine and AOL as well.

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Besides Jackson, others list in order was Facebook , Spain’s Tuenti, Twitter, Turkey’s Sanalika, New Moon movie, Lady Gaga, Windows 7, Vietnamese portal dantri.com.vn and Portuguese SMS website Torpedo Gratis.

Yahoo’s list, was Jackson, Twilight, WWE, Megan Fox, Britney Spears, Japanese anime character Naruto, American Idol, Kim Kardashian, NASCAR and online role-playing game Runescape.
Summary of Annual Web Search Report 2009
I notice from the top popular searches above were dominated mostly by entertainment elements. For your info, Barack Obama was among the Yahoo’s top searches list in 2008 before he became the president of US. However, his name was not in the top 10 list in both Yahoo and Google this year.

So, what or who will be the top internet searches in 2010? Any suggestion?

  4 Responses to “Michael Jackson Conquers Google And Yahoo Search Ranking in 2009”

  1. there is no doubt that Michael Jackson is the best ever pop music artist of the Centruy~“

  2. you’re the best michael ! we love you

  3. The death of Michael Jackson was a massive bombshell for anyone who loves the arts in general, although looking back at his life it was perhaps not so surprising. The criminal charges pressed upon him had a massive impact on his health. After he began to abuse drugs to simply get by, that was when there definitely was no way back, in my opinion.

  4. oh dear i kind of missed Michael Jackson already`~:

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