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Master Geek


# 12537 22-Mar-2007 15:29
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Saw it briefly on TV last night, Maori TV, debating about how NZ search for porn on internet. It is quite interesting that New Plymount is #1 in New Zealand for "porn".

But I also found the Google Trends quite a good tools for keywords popularity search in New Zealand. Good tools for <meta> tag for a web page.






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  # 64739 22-Mar-2007 20:31
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New Plymouth is #1 for porn? Do you mean people a lot of people
from New Plymouth look up porn? Wow, I live in NP and I didn't
know the people were such sickos.



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  # 64807 23-Mar-2007 09:26
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Well... that's what I heard and saw on the Maori TV, my colleague put the keyword in yesterday, and it is by far Embarassed

Once sorted by New Zealand region.. it's ... I lost my speech.

But check it out if you want,  Google Trends




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  # 64861 23-Mar-2007 19:33
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Whoa, I feel somewhat honored and disgusted that I live in the town that looks up the most porn. And yeah, Google trends is pretty fun.



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# 65567 30-Mar-2007 09:43
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This is very funny..

I played that at work... naughty of me I know, but even our grumpy accountant laugh, so it worth it.

Thanks Freitasm




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