Press release from Infospace about the top search terms of 2005. These results are from Dogpile, a metasearch site that pulls results from all the top search engines including Google, Yahoo, Msn and Askjeeves.
A recent study found that only 1.1 percent of the first page results are the same across all four engines, making metasearch sites like Dogpile.com a more efficient way to find the best results across multiple search engines.
Dogpile.com, the metasearch engine that returns the top results from all the leading search engines, today announced its most popular Internet search terms of 2005, including "music lyrics" at No. 1. With an estimated 63% of the U.S. online population conducting at least one Internet search each day*, searches are revealing more insight into the nation’s collective interests.