What were Internet users looking for? Mostly information about celebrities, sports, movies and music. Google, Yahoo, and Lycos compiled the highest ranking search terms for 2003, and found a lot in common.
|Top 10 Most Popular Queries from Google|
|8||lord of the rings|
|10||tour de france|
|Yahoo Top Searches for 2003|
|The Lycos 50 Most Popular Search Terms of 2003|
|2003 Rank||Term||2002 Rank|
Check out how the search terms have changed over the last year:
Do Not Call Harry Potter?
Movies, Mom Dominate Searches
Payment and Entertainment
War and Basketball
Touchdowns, Taxes, and Tragedy
Top Searches of 2002
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