Top 100 Google searches About MoldMan

Top 100 Google searches About MoldMan

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2024’s most popular keyword is YouTube, with an average of 137,500,000 searches per month in 2024. Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Wordle round out the top five.

  • ChatGPT (and its misspelling Chat GPT) both burst onto the top 100 list with 13.9 million searches. The AI tool launched in 2022 but had over 100 million users by January 2023. (See how it’s impacted content marketing in our 2024 Content Marketing Trends Report.)
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  • Making AI helpful for everyone
  • New ways to search in 2024
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  • We’re introducing two major updates to help you search any way, anywhere: Circle to Search and an AI-powered multisearch experience.
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For more than two decades, we’ve continuously redefined what a search engine can do — always guided by our mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. This has gone hand in hand with our ongoing advancements in AI, which help us better understand information in its many forms — whether it’s text, audio, images or videos.

As part of this evolution, we’ve made it easier to express what you’re looking for in ways that are more natural and intuitive. For instance, you can search with your voice, or you can search with your camera using Lens. And recently, we’ve been testing how generative AI’s ability to understand natural language makes it possible to ask questions on Search in a more natural way.

Ultimately, we envision a future where you can search any way, anywhere you want. Now, as we enter 2024, we’re introducing two major updates that bring this vision closer to reality: Circle to Search and an AI-powered multisearch experience. Let’s take a look at what’s ahead.

Circle (or highlight or scribble) to Search

Today we unveiled Circle to Search, a new way to search anything on your Android phone screen without switching apps. With a simple gesture, you can select images, text or videos in whatever way comes naturally to you — like circling, highlighting, scribbling or tapping — and find the information you need right where you are.

When something grabs your interest (like these adorable dog goggles), it can be disruptive to stop what you’re doing and use another app or browser to start searching for information. But now, whether you’re texting friends, browsing social media or watching a video, you can search what’s on your screen right when your curiosity strikes. And as we’ve shared, Search and Shopping ads will continue to appear in dedicated ad slots throughout the results page.

Circle to Search is launching globally on select premium Android smartphones on January 31, starting with the Pixel 8, the Pixel 8 Pro and the new Samsung Galaxy S24 series.

Point your camera, ask a question, get help from AI

In 2022, we pioneered multisearch in Lens as a new way to search multimodally, with both images and text. Since it launched, multisearch has been best for refining visual queries — like searching for a photo of red sneakers with Lens and adding the word “blue” to find them in your preferred color. But now, thanks to our recent breakthroughs in generative AI, multisearch makes exploring the world easier than ever before.

Starting today, when you point your camera (or upload a photo or screenshot) and ask a question using the Google app, the new multisearch experience will show results with AI-powered insights that go beyond just visual matches. This gives you the ability to ask more complex or nuanced questions about what you see, and quickly find and understand key information.

For example, imagine you’re at a yard sale and you come across an unfamiliar board game. There’s no box or instructions, so immediately some questions spring to mind: What is this game and how is it played? This is where the new multisearch experience can help.

Just take a picture of the game, add your question (“How do you play this?”), and you’ll get an AI-powered overview that brings together the most relevant information from across the web. This way, you can quickly find out what the game is called and how to win. And with the AI-powered overview, it’s easy to dig deeper with supporting links and get all the details.

AI-powered overviews on multisearch results are launching this week in English in the U.S. for everyone — no enrollment in Search Labs required. To get started, just look for the Lens camera icon in the Google app for Android or iOS. If you’re outside the U.S. and opted into Search Generative Experience (SGE), you can preview this new experience in the Google app. You’ll also be able to access AI-powered overviews on multisearch results within Circle to Search.

Continuing to boldly experiment with generative AI in Search

This week’s launch of AI-powered insights for multisearch is the result of testing we began last year to see how gen AI can make Search radically more helpful, with SGE in Search Labs. We’ve gotten lots of useful feedback from people who’ve chosen to join this experiment, and we’ll continue to offer SGE in Labs as a testbed for bold new ideas.

But our goal is to make AI helpful for everyone, not just early adopters. So moving forward, as we continue to experiment and uncover which applications of gen AI are most helpful, we’ll introduce them into Search more broadly, like we’re doing now with multisearch results.

Today’s updates will make Search even more natural and intuitive, but we’ve only just scratched the surface of what’s possible. To try out the latest capabilities we’re testing, enroll in Search Labs (where available) and opt into the SGE experiment. We hope you’ll join Labs as we continue reimagining the future of Search.

Top 100+ Google searches in your niche

 The top 10 keywords are all brand names, except for the name of the popular word game Wordle, which continued to entertain logophiles for a second year, and “weather.”

This year’s most popular keywords continued to be dominated by technology, e-commerce, retail, social media, and finance and banking brands. People also continued to search for local information, such as “restaurants near me.”

2023’s keywords also indicate cultural phenomena and events that captured the world’s interest:

  • The World Cup occurred this year, so it’s no surprise it made it into the top 100 list with 11.6 million searches. We expect we’ll see it again in 2026. Other sports-related keywords related to standings and scores were popular as well. (Another every-four-year sporting event, the Summer Olympics, will occur this summer, so we expect we’ll see that on our list of top 100 keywords for 2025.)
  • Taylor Swift also appeared in the top 100 keywords list this year, with 6.9 million searches, probably related to her record-breaking Eras Tour and relationship with NFL tight end Travis Kelce.
  • Damar Hamlin was also a top-searched name with 5.9 million searches after experiencing cardiac arrest on the field in the middle of a Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals game in early January 2023. His inspiring story of survival captured the hearts of sports and non-sports fans alike.
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