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The search engine that’s popular among millennials is not the best fit for some people, and there are better options out there, according to a new report.
The study by the research firm Ivey Business School at Georgetown University and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children examined the popularity of search engines in the United States between 2008 and 2020, and found that search engine popularity declined by about 1 percent per year in the first three years of the Great Recession.
That trend didn’t change much over the next three years, but it did dip slightly in the fourth year, according the report.
But the researchers said that the popularity for search engines among millennials hasn’t changed much over time.
In fact, searches for “Uber” spiked by almost 20 percent in the same period, while “Lyft” and “Lyfke” dropped by just 2 percent, the report found.
While the decline in search popularity was not dramatic, it does suggest that the boom in ride-sharing apps has had an effect on search results for search queries, said David G. Cohen, director of the Center for Search Engine Success, who co-authored the report with the University of Michigan’s David Weil.
“It seems like the search for Uber is more attractive for millennials than for people who aren’t looking for the same thing,” he said.
“So when you see searches for Uber increase, it suggests that millennials are looking for that.”
The study also found that searches for the top five search terms on Google grew by nearly 15 percent in 2020, compared with the same time last year.
The biggest gainers, in terms of search popularity, were “Gap” (up 15 percent), “Google” (down 7 percent), and “Google Photos” (the top search term by far by a wide margin).
“This is not to say that these search terms are bad, it’s to say it’s not necessarily a good thing,” Cohen said.
The other biggest gainer was “Facebook” (also down 7 percent).
Google and Facebook have had an increasingly positive reputation in recent years as the technology giant has been able to tap into the burgeoning internet of things and the rise of artificial intelligence.
But the rise in interest in search and video has also brought its popularity to the fore, according a 2016 study by Google and the Center For Media and Democracy.
The report found that the top search terms were “Facebook,” “Google,” “YouTube,” and “Instagram.”
Among the most searched terms, “YouTube” was the most popular among people aged 18 to 34 in 2020.
Among younger people, the top three most searched words were “Netflix” (ranked second), “Netflix+” (third), and a new word, “Sugar Daddy.”
The report also found Google’s popularity among millennials was higher than among people of all ages.
Google’s popularity grew by 16 percent among 18- to 29-year-olds in 2020 compared to a 15 percent increase among all Americans in the 20 years before the Great Depression, according Google.
The top search result for people aged 30 to 49 in 2020 was “NFL,” while “NFL” was Google’s top search for all Americans aged 50 and older in 2020 as well.
Google also has a much larger reach among millennials than it did for people over 50 in the past.
The company is the top Google search result among millennials, according this report.