Search the engine - some facts about Google - not Goggle
Most probably you tried to search for the Google Search Engine!
The correct spelling is Google, and you'll find their website at www.google.com.
Google is the most popular search engine in the WWW and serves more then 200.000.000 queries per day. Due to
its enormous popularity a lot of misspellings/mistypings arise, the most common besides Goggle are Gogle, Googel, Googl and Googlr. Below you will find a list of the most popular erroneous keywords. At the moment the less common keywords like Gooogle, Goolge or Googgle have not been analysed in detail.
Not only is Google the search engine with the highest search quality, it is the most userfriendly engine too. Their results are
the fastest in the web with response-times down to less than a second, and design and webresources are reduced to
the necessary. How is this possible? It's a kind of search endgine optimization ;-)
The homepage has a payload of
round about 10KBytes. But only at your first visit. If you visit the homepage the next time the Google-Logo will be fetched from
your browser-cache and just the html-page with 1300 Bytes!!! has to be transferred to your browser. The same with
the search result pages. Allthough they have to transport 10 search results the page remains small. Normally such
a result-page has a weight of 14 KBytes, but due to modern compression techniques they are able to shrink the html-file
to 4-5 KBytes. That's near the maximum!
Results of our Google Typo Polling
Some facts about Goggle - Googel - Gogle and other mistypings
Goggle - Gogle - Googel - Googl - Goolge
At the left side you will find a list of the most common misspellings/mistypings
of the word Google. This keywords have been taken from the Wordtracker Keyword Database.
There are a lot of reasons for a misspelling.
Some occure because you are in a hurry and your fingers are faster than your brain, or the other way around ;-)
Omissions as in Googl or Permutations of two characters as in Goolge are a typical result of such processes.
Other possibilities are related to the exceptional spelling of Google. Google is based on the
word Googol, a mathematical definition of a very big number - the figure 1 followed by 100 zeros.
As it is such an uncommon word it's normal to either misspeak or mishear or misinterpret it.
There are local differences, in germany the most common misspelling is
Googel. Contrary to the
english language, where Goggle is the dominant keyword, in german language we find a more balanced distribution
of keywords. Besides single keywords like Goggle or Gogle there is a noticeable amount of queries including combinations
like www.google.com or just google.com, thus producing similar misspelled/typed combinations like www.goggle.com
or gogle.com. Not all of this queries derive from direct searches via search engine forms, a significant part comes from browser and toolbar redirects in case of negative domain name resolving.
Some miscellaneous things
Search Engines are like a mirror. People stay in front of this magic mirror and ask their
With several 100 million requests a day people
produce a enormous amount of inquiries. Inquiries into information - into
products, pictures, prices, weather, news or whatever interest may exist.
Thus knowing the keywords people use tells us a lot about
their interests. Not only will this keywords show
the points of interest, they also will show the trends of interest.
If you are able to realize such trends just before your competitors
you are most probably in an advantage.
The Google Zeitgeist
should give you an impression of the possibilities.
The key task will be to discover the upcoming keywords.
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