Robin Williams Topped Google’s 2014 Searches

shutterstock_Jorg Hackemann

A lot of interesting stuff occurs in any given year, and a lot of people decide to Google that interesting stuff in order to find out more about it. But what did we Google the most in 2014?

According to the search-engine giant, queries concerning a certain comedian beat out not only the World Cup, but also Ebola, the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and Flappy Bird.

Click here to find SEO jobs.

Without further ado, here are Google’s global top trending searches for 2014:

1. Robin Williams
2. World Cup
3. Ebola
4. MH370
5. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
6. Flappy Bird
7. Conchita Wurst
8. ISIS
9. Frozen
10. Sochi

Zero surprises here, except for maybe the World Cup not taking the first spot.

Upload Your ResumeEmployers want candidates like you. Upload your resume. Show them you’re awesome.

Related Articles

Image: Jorg Hackemann/Shutterstock.com

One Response to “Robin Williams Topped Google’s 2014 Searches”

  1. No its not true … we asked over 100 people, and we found only 5 even cared about Robin Williams … this is a Holywood fabrication … Googles search engine is Hyping and Spinning Robin Williams as a top search …. but they failed to say that millions of the searches came from Hollywood itself !!! The rest of the world , dont give a s_it.