TOP American dog online trends 2006 to 2010By happydog, 10:49
Like the Australian seasonal graph, the American dogs trends over five years demonstrates terrific seasonality. Similar to Australia the American 'dogs' term only keeps up with the rest of the Google search term volumes and so shows unity growth. The specific monthly pattern of the US data is quite different. While there is often a small decrease from January to February, on average, peoples searches for the term dogs generally remains relatively the same up until the middle of summer and so peaks in July. Immediately after the centre of the year, there is a massive decline in interest in dog searches with an average fall of 10% until it bottoms out in September/ Oct. From here on there is a sharp rise in Google searches through to December.
It is interesting to note that in the USA the single term DOGS makes up about 10% of all the dog associated terms (all 621) that Google lists.
UK dog market trends 2006 to 2010
The UK market is another benchmark in the dog industry as it has the highest number of searches for dogs per person of any country. The UK periodic trend has a lot of similarities with the USA trend, with a few exceptions. While the market lessens slightly at the start of the year, it then continues to dive by approximately 10% by June. Even though the Usa market has its mid year peak in July, the UK has its peak in August. And while the USA online dogs interest slides to a trough then picks up in December, the UK goes into a continual decline from its peak mid year, ending the year about 12% down from the start of the year.
Another point about the UK market is that the term dogs only makes up about 6% of the entire dog related search terms while in America it makes up one tenth. This implies that the UK people use more of a refined search for things associated with dogs. This report shows that each country has a very specific search pattern for dog related information online, and so this is very likely to correspond to dog purchases and general revenues in the dog industry. The highest search times of any country usually translate into people buying things in the real world..
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