'Elections' and 'Tallinn' top Google's most searched lists for 2013 ({{commentsTotal}})

News
News

Google has revealed the most searched items in Estonia this year, with "Tallinn" in fourth place after institutional searches such as "Facebook" and "YouTube," while "elections" made the biggest increase since last year.

Media outlets Postimees and Delfi also made the top ten, Google recently revealed.

"Tallinn" has been in the top 10 most searched word ranking since 2008, while "Tartu," "Eesti" and "Estonia" have all featured.

The most searched events category was also dominated by the October 20 local elections, followed by the Robbie Williams concert, Eurovision 2013, Eesti Laul 2013 (the qualifying competition for Eurovision) and the Gumball 3000 rally.

"How to kiss" was the most googled "how to" question in Estonia, followed by "how to write an essay" and "how to write an application for something." Creating a webpage and sushi were also on the list.

In the "why" ranking, a question on cats purring came on top, followed by the very Estonian question "why are you silent?" The next three most popular why questions were on men cheating, roosters crowing and cats biting.

"Love" dominated the "what is" category, followed by "happiness" in second, "culture," "music" and "society."



{{c.alias}}
{{c.createdMoment}}
{{c.body}}
{{cc.alias}}
{{cc.createdMoment}}
+{{cc.replyToName}} {{cc.body}}
No comments yet.
Logged in as {{user.alias}}. Log out
Login failed

Register user/reset password

Name needs to be fewer than 32 characters long
Comment needs to be fewer than 600 characters long
{{comment.captcha.word.answer}}

news.err.ee

Opinion
Independence Day: Estonia’s way into the future isn’t a race

There is a lack of connection between the Estonian state, and the people who live here. While it expects a lot of the state, Estonian society doesn’t seem ready to contribute, writes Viktor Trasberg.

Lotman: Security academy would be crucial Estonian identity point in Narva

In an opinion piece published by Eesti Päevaleht, Tallinn University professor Mihhail Lotman found it important to overcome the mental barrier separating Ida-Viru County from the rest of Estonia.

About us

Staff & contacts | Comments rules

Would you like to contribute an article, a feature, or an opinion piece?

Let us know: news@err.ee