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  1. Bing Top Searches of 2012: Those Kardashian People, iPhone 5 & Beyonce’s Baby

    American Idol - most searched TV show What most captured the interest of the American public this year? Bing has announced the top searches in 2012 across a variety of categories, including people, sports stars, news, reality TV and more.

  2. iPhone Tops Web and Mobile Searches on Yahoo in 2011

    American Idol Women in pop culture, some famous for their work and others for more nefarious reasons, dominated the list of most searches overall. The wedding of William s Hottest Searches list: Yahoo’s 10th annual top searches Year in Review is...

  3. Top Bing Searches in 2011: Bieber, Kardashian & Royal Wedding

    Other categories covered in Bing’s 2011 top searches lists include Most Searched Movies (“Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”), Morning Shows (“Today Show”), Daytime Talk Shows (Wendy Williams), Late Night Shows (Chelsea Handler), Reality TV Shows...

  4. AOL Releases Top Searches for 2008

    American Idol' - Top TV & Movies In the ongoing end of year list season, AOL has released its top searches for 2008. Unlike Yahoo and, AOL inexplicably only released the top searches for select niches, not a top 10 list of overall searches.

  5. Yahoo and Reveal Top Searches for 2008

    American Idol Top searches lists are beginning to roll out and today, both Yahoo and revealed the hottest searches for 2008 on their respective engines. To drill down into specific niches such as politics and news, check out the breakdown...

  6. Top news searches differ from top web searches

    American Idol American Idol Now, compare the list above with the one below for the top searches in 2006 on Google: bebo myspace world cup metacafe radioblog wikipedia video rebelde mininova wiki If you go to Yahoo's Top Searches of 2006, you will...

  7. The Search Engine Update, April 15, 2003, Number 147

    Online Marketing Idol eMarketer, April 8, 2003 Google's SafeSearch porn filter ( was found to exclude non-porn sites such as the American Library Association...