I use google on average about 16 times a day. This isn’t like most people, but i use it a lot. Whenever i have a question, often google can answer it for me. Sometimes google can’t answer my questions, and my questions never get answered. Thankfully google keeps a record of what i search for and i can just go back in history and find that link. If you have it enabled you can check out your own search history at www.google.com/searchhistory/. Below is some of the things that i search for and my search Stats. I wish there was an easier way to do this.
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10. Mammoth Mountain – Official Resort Website
I don’t bookmark sites that often, I just put in a search term in google and i hope that google will take me to the site that i want to go. And below google is telling me that other people who are searching for the same thing, are searching for these things. I won’t be searching for any of this stuff, but it just seems interesting what google thinks of me.
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Here is the graphs that says how much i am googling. I do not know how long this is based on, but i am guessing about a year. And based on the Daily Search Activity i do more googling on the weekdays, and less googleing on the weekends.
This is the graph which shows at what time of day i do the most of my googling. I have done zero googling at five o clock in the morning. How did this happen? I am going to change this today so no worries about that zero. I don’t want google thinking that i am not using there search engine to its full potential.
I wish that there was a way to display these stats more efficiently, but this will have to do for now.