browser search habits relation to genuine dog ownership … continuted

24 Nov

The main differences in ‘search V ownership’ and ‘Search V riches’ graphs are usually:

Japan has a whole lot larger riches (per person) than it does have ownership of pet dogs. This is credited to incredibly tight dwelling situations in big cities in Japan, and relatively few people in rural areas.

The BRITISH pet dog ownership is approximately the equivalent amount as leading Euro places which include France & Germany yet the BRITISH ISLES online dog lookups are significantly larger than Europe or any other country. Since the BRITISH ISLES is identified as increasingly being a ‘dog loving’ region and they were responsible for producing a lot of breeds, it is probably easy to predict that their internet attention on DOGS could be the top of all nations around the world.

The largest surprise of this investigation into global dog search trends is that although North America has merely about 50 percent of the lookups about dogs per thirty days than the UK does, it has almost two times the dog ownership of the BRITISH ISLES. This is surprising since you may well casually consider that a region that researches most about a topic, would likely likewise have a lot of real-world acquisitions of that thing (in this case dogs). In marketing and advertising and net terms it is widely accepted that The USA leads nearly all places in adoption new issues, so a region like The USA which has such substantial dog ownership could be expected to have substantial lookup amounts, but it fails to.

It could look that although Americans have a lot of dogs, that it is likely the control is over outlying areas where there is far more land that makes up such a huge country wide number. And probably it is the USA citizens enthrallment with mass media and celebrities that has it steer more lookups toward these matters rather than on the pet dogs they possess?

 

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