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Old 7th July 2006, 04:11 AM
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Re: Google trends

It seems to be not absolute numbers, but relative ones.

Say 50% of users from Smalltown search for "dating",
and 10% of users in NewYork search for "dating",
then Smalltown would be listed higher than NewYork,
even though the actual number of Smalltown users searching for dating was 500,
while NewYork's 10% was much much more than that.
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