Google fun: Here’s what people search on Google

By Sidharth | Google

Although there are many Google products, the main reason Google is loved by everyone is because of its search feature. Google.com is a search engine to find information for our queries. Do you think everyone uses Google the way it should be used?

Now this may sound a bit silly, but can you guess what majority of people use Google for? What do they search in Google? According to a chart from the Internet, it is found that most of the Internet savvy people use Google for checking spellings and what’s funnier is that people type the word “Google” on Google.com because they are too lazy to type more (think about this).

Here is the chart explaining things searched on Google:

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As you can see, only a small percentage of people use Google to find useful information. But hey, I was expecting a lot of people would search for “P**n.”

Anyway, why do you use Google? Let me know your answers through your comments below. By the way, if you are using Google for spell checking, you may actually want to download Google toolbar which serves as a browser addon for spell checking online and scans any webpage for mistakes and suggests correction using Google Dictionary.

About the Author

Hi, I am Sidharth. Full-time blogger. Editor of Blogote. And a self-proclaimed geek!

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pinapple March 31, 2010

we use internet ke us horny
ohhhhhh yeaaaaaaaa

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jaja n ashleyy :D March 30, 2010

we google for porn 😀

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Kerrilee February 25, 2009

wow, guess I’m not the only one. lol.
probably 80% of my google searches are for spelling/definition, the rest are a split between genuine searching and being too lazy to type .com or whatever. lol

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Devakishor February 7, 2009

Same as @Quiz_Master

Even I use for mostly spell checks… “define:” is a boon for me 🙂

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Quiz_Master February 6, 2009

I- for one also use ‘Google Search’ for spell checking. (Mainly google’s define: keyword)

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