Google Debuts What Portland, Oregon Searched For In 2012
List shows Portland Public Schools and OnPoint Community Credit Union ranked
in the "Top Ten" most searched terms in Portland, Oregon
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12, 2012
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Portland showed its passion for
community and local restaurants today as Google released the top ten most
popular searched terms in Portland. As part of Google's 12^th annual Year-End
Zeitgeist, it is an annual "spirit of the times" that showcases the
businesses, places, and topics that captured Seattle's attention this year.
The following terms make up Google's Portland top ten searched list:
1.Portland Public Schools
3.LA Fitness Portland
7.OnPoint Community Credit Union
9.Mother's Day 2012
"As a search engine we are always curious as to what the people look for the
most when surfing the Web," said Darcy Nothnagle, Google's public affairs
director, western region. "Releasing the top ten searched terms in Portland
showcases the topics and trends that were the most culturally relevant to
Portland residents in 2012."
The following terms make up Google's national top ten searched list:
9.Michael Clarke Duncan
The searched terms come from local IP addresses searched on Google.com which
are then ranked in order by volume of searches. Every year Google highlights
the top ten most searched terms in most major metropolitan cities across the
For the first time this year Google also looked at the top 10 most searched
restaurants on Zagat in Portland, Ore. The list is headed by Pok Pok, Le
Pigeon, Castagna, and Portland City Grill.
To learn more about Google's Portland top ten list and the Zagat top ten list
for Portland, visit 2012 Zeitgeist site.
Contact: Darcy Nothnagle, Google, Public Affairs Director, Western Region,
+1-206-486-4311, Work, +1-206-687-5788, Mobile, email@example.com
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