Google Knows What You're Going To Search For
Google knows what you're going to search for, even before you do. Wooooooo... That's some freaky-freaky. Google Insights for Search is the latest algorythmic monstrosity to emerge from the twisted depths of Google Labs.
Google Insight uses collected data from Google Trends to predict future trends and upcoming search volume.
While Google Trends is North America-centric, the only thing y'all are looking for is Jon & Kate stuff anyway, so whatever.
When looking at trends of the aggregated volume of search queries related to particular categories, one can also observe regular patterns in some categories like Food & Drink or Automotive. Such trends sequences appear quite predictable, and one would naturally expect the patterns of previous years to repeat looking forward.
It's good for seasonal and cyclical searches, but not particularly useful for random events, obviously- it's not some sort of Nostradamus-bot that can predict when celebrities are going to die. Except for Lil Wayne, who apparently dies at least once a week.
This is most useful for traffic analysis and SEO. If you're an SEO expert... shut up. No you're not.
And, Google... get out of my brain!
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