'Dog' The generic term is the most searched term in relation to dog the industry in Australia and America, and second in the UK (the first being the equivalent RSPCA).
Latin Dogs on trend 2006 - 2010
The relative growth trend shows American 'dogs' hitting the term seasonality in five years.
The seasonal pattern (last five years on average) shows a fixed rate (with the exception of 2007), from January to June, when it reaches its peak in July (summer) before arriving at a depression 6% in September and October before reaching parity in December again (the effect of Christmas).
Growth 'Dogs' absolute volume America February 11, 2010
Google provides two data sets relevant to dogs. This is absolute volumes in monthly increments for 12 months, and the other is relative growth rates (relative to the search market as a whole) that date back to 2004). This raises the question of how the tendency to seek absolute volume of 'dogs' in comparison with the growth data "dogs of the relationship. As mentioned above, the trend of 'dogs' on 2010 growth to June plane is like the tendency of absolute data. The graph below on has a peak in July, before a sharp decline in September / October. absolute figure should be exactly the same, however, has a slight delay at its peak until September October starts fell in November. This suggests that data on trends in Google search dogs is more accurate and timely information complete dataset. Read More