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  1. Holiday Season Search Trends of Top U.S. Retail Brands

    These keywords direct the clicker to different landing pages dependent upon the keyword such as their diabetes or flu section, and even to the corresponding gift card page. Funny enough, every single one of these keywords directs the user to the...

  2. Google Logo Gets a Vitamin C Injection From Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Doodle

    Perhaps this citrus logo is a subtle reminder from Google that flu season is just around the corner, as Google is well-known for tracking flu trends around the world since 2005. Google’s logo today resembles a juice label, prominently featuring a...

  3. Google Kills 10 More Projects, Including Aardvark

    Graduated/Available: Earth Engine; Fetch as Googlebot; Finance for Android; Flu Trends; Gesture Search; Google Books Ngram Viewer; Google Correlate; Google Goggles; Google Listen; Google Moderator; Google Reader Play; Google Scribe; Google Shared...

  4. Ask.com's Top Questions of 2010: Users Prefer Dunkin' Coffee

    What are the symptoms of the swine flu? Want More Top 10 Trends? Plus, this list has become a yearly tradition at Search Engine Watch -- well, two years running anyway. So without further ado, here is the complete list of Ask.com's top questions of...

  5. Flu Wars: Microsoft's New H1N1 Site, Google Flu Trends Expands

    Meanwhile, Google has expanded their flu trends to include 16 additional countries. The good news about companies competing to get information about the flu out to the public is that said public now has abundant resources to stay informed.

  6. Google Begins Health Search Experiment

    You may remember last year when Google launched Flu Trends. The tool used search trends to help determine where the flu was rearing its ugly head. Of course, with the latest public health problem being the swine flu, providing trends wouldn't be so...

  7. SearchDay | Must We Unlock the Deep Web?

    Google Tracks Flu Trends Across the United States Posted by Nathania Johnson Nov 12, 2008 Every year the flu hits and while it may just seem like a miserable couple of weeks for those who get it, it actually kills 500,000 people worldwide a year.

  8. Google Tracks Flu Trends Across the United States

    Google is releasing a new tool called Google Flu Trends which tracks search queries to show where the flu is flaring up. Google provides a Flu Shot locator on the right hand sidebar of Flu Trends. Every year the flu hits and while it may just seem...