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  1. Twitter’s Year in Review 2011: Egypt, Rebecca Black, Social Good

    He became a Twitter celebrity overnight after inadvertently live-tweeting the military raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad. The democratic awakening in Egypt made #egypt the most used hashtag of the year, with Mubarak’s resignation...

  2. Facebook Memology 2011: Megan Fox, Rihanna, lms

    Death of Osama bin Laden While the top search lists from AOL, Bing, and Ask.com shed light on the topics people were looking for, Facebook’s data gives us insight into the issues and media users actually cared about, or found interesting enough, to...

  3. Ask's Top Question in 2011: Was Kim Kardashian's Wedding Fake?

    Osama Bin Laden: Who killed Bin Laden? Each year here at Search Engine Watch, we wait with bated breath for the top searched lists to come out. Sometimes insightful and often hilarious, the lists give an overview of the topics and terms on the...

  4. AOL Hottest Searches of 2011: Charlie Sheen, Casey Anthony & Harry Potter

    The Royal Wedding, death of Osama bin Laden, and Japan earthquake garnered the most searches across all three groups. AOL has released their data on the most popular searches of 2011 on the Hot Searches website, with insight into search terms and...

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

    Osama bin Laden death Bing has released a list of the top searches in 2011. Bing's recap, while far more comprehensive than the 2010 edition, mainly focuses on entertainment and celebrities. In that sense, Bing’s top searches lists do serve as a...

  6. Hitwise Tracks Presidential Candidates' Social Media Campaigns

    Many suspected Trump of running for president as a ratings stunt for the 11th season of “The Apprentice,” and it seems his act ran out of steam after Obama released his birth certificate, followed closely by the killing of Osama bin Laden.

  7. Search Week in Review for May 7, 2011

    Geronimo, Osama bin Laden Dead SEW's Favorite Star Wars Parodies by Jonathan Allen ABC News posted a story today, leading with the words, "Help me, Google, you're my only hope .to figure out why everyone on the web is wishing each other a Happy...