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Google: One-Percent Of Australian Queries Are News Related

In May of this year, Google said on the Google Australian blog[1] that “in the last year, news-related queries accounted for just over 1 percent of total queries on Google Search in Australia.” Google said this represents “a very small part of this content.”

Danny Sullivan of Google was asked “Is there a number/range for what % of Google searches are related to news?” He responded “We shared this for Australia: “News-related queries accounted for just over 1 percent of total queries on Google Search in Australia.”

Interesting – I wonder if that is larger or smaller in the US?

We shared this for Australia: “News-related queries accounted for just over 1 percent of total queries on Google Search in Australia.” https://t.co/xU951LBTvA[2]

— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) June 25, 2020[3]

Do you think it is about the same in the US?

Forum discussion at Twitter[4].

References

  1. ^ Google Australian blog (australia.googleblog.com)
  2. ^ https://t.co/xU951LBTvA (t.co)
  3. ^ June 25, 2020 (twitter.com)
  4. ^ Twitter (twitter.com)

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