Selfbondage trend in Google

Google has recently added the ability to sneak into what people are looking for. This new tool is called Google trends. Is self-bondage getting more popular? Or vice versa? Let’s have a look:

Unfortunately not. According to Google, the interest to “selfbondage”, “self-bondage” or “self bondage” has been declining. The top10 of the countries looking for these words looks very surprising:

  1. Germany
  2. Czech Republic
  3. Denmark
  4. Russia
  5. Austria
  6. Switzerland
  7. Netherlands
  8. United Kingdom
  9. Norway
  10. Sweden

Where’s the US? My logs show that 40% of all hits come from the States and 70% visitors use Google. How trustful is Google’s statistics? Probably they do not have to search for selfbondage, they already know the proper places 🙂

Another interesting thing is that Europeans prefer to search for “selfbondage”, while Americans favor “self bondage”. The volume of “self-bondage” queries is negligible and can not be found in the Google Trend.

Here you can find the original report.

3 thoughts on “Selfbondage trend in Google”

  1. As usual, the US is not involved 😉
    The are all decent people, all living by the rules of the church and the president

  2. Ha, Google trend is not available ATM:

    “We’re sorry.
    The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request.
    Please try again in a few seconds.”

    According to the last stat from yesterday, Czech Republic was on the first place.

    But speaking of the US, this is the top 10 of visitors since Aug 23, 2006:

    United States 18149 40.68%
    United Kingdom 6691 15.00%
    Germany 3887 8.71%
    Netherlands 2117 4.75%
    Canada 1987 4.45%
    France 1278 2.86%
    Australia 967 2.17%
    Belgium 784 1.76%
    Russian Fed 722 1.62%
    Sweden 643 1.44%

    First place 🙂

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