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Google’s annual recap of the year’s top trending searches offers dozens of ideas for content publishers looking to capitalize on long-tail keyword opportunities.

Data on the top trending searches is published every year, which is interesting on its own, but you may find yourself asking “What can I do with this information?”

At first glance the data doesn’t have much to offer beyond satisfying general curiosity around what people are searching for in Google.

Take the overall top 10 trending searches in 2023, for example:

NBA

DMX

Gabby Petito

Kyle Rittenhouse

Brian Laundrie

Mega Millions

AMC Stock

Stimulus Check

Georgia Senate Race

Squid Game

There’s arguably not much you can do with that as a search marketer or content publisher.

Those are all huge topics, and the chances of ranking for any of them are slim at this point.

If you dig deeper, however, you’ll find the long-tail keywords people were searching for most this year.

You’ll find the questions people were asking — the things that searchers genuinely needed help with — and therein lies the opportunity.

Let’s go over some of those, and perhaps you’ll find a few ideas for your next pieces of content.

Note that these are all top “trending” searches, which means the keywords with the largest increases in search volume from 2023 to 2023. These are not necessarily the top searches across all of Google.

Google’s Top Trending Long-Tail Keywords Of 2023 Top ‘How To’ Searches Of 2023

If you can provide the most holistic answer to one of these questions you may see an influx of traffic coming your way.

How to help others

How to help Afghan refugees

How to help Texas

How to help India COVID

How to help toddler with cough

How to help foster kids

How to be

How to be eligible for stimulus check

How to be more attractive

How to be happy alone

How to be a baddie

How to be a good boyfriend

How to style

How to style straight leg jeans

How to style a wolf haircut

How to style a corset

How to style rings

How to style a sweater vest

Top Recipe Searches Of 2023

Food bloggers looking for some out-of-the-ordinary recipes to write about can find inspiration in the following list of top searches:

TikTok pasta

Bacon jam

Birria tacos

Crockpot chicken

Hamantaschen

Squid Game cookie

Baked oats

Cicada

Gigi Hadid pasta

Smashed potatoes

Top ‘This Or That’ Searches Of 2023

An often overlooked type of query is the ‘this or that’ search.

Whether it’s how to use a word correctly, or what’s the difference between two things, the ‘this or that’ search is a versatile keyword type that offers many opportunities for new content.

Here’s what searchers needed more clarity on this year:

Effect or affect

Barbie, Bratz or Fairy

Allergies or COVID

Bones or no bones

Bougie or boujee

Pfizer or Moderna

Sinus infection or COVID

Choose Bidoof or Bidoof

Cold or COVID

Capitol or capital

More Top Searches Of 2023

This is just a selection of the year’s top searches, which I picked out as I felt they were the most useful for publishers.

There’s many more to discover in Google’s Year In Search mini site.

Google has also put together a video recap of the year in search, which you can see below:

Featured Image: Screenshot from blog.google/product/search, December 2023. 

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The Top Funded Artificial Intelligence Startups Of 2023

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CrowdStrike a Sunnyvale, California-based cybersecurity firm was founded in 2011 by the top executives of McAfee. CrowdStrike sells endpoint security software, protecting laptops, computers, servers, other devices from hacker threats serving customers in more than 170 countries. In June 2023, CrowdStrike raised $200 million in a fresh funding by private investors taking its valuation exceed $3 billion. CrowdStrike held the national spotlight in the 2024 U.S. presidential election season when it analysed the monumental hack of the Democratic National Committee. CrowdStrike was the first company to publicly blame Russian agents for the data breach in the 2024 U.S. presidential election season.  

Founded in 2007 by the father and son duo of David Hindawi and Orion Hindawi, Tanium is a privately held endpoint security and systems management company operating from Emeryville, California. The company provides organizations a single point of control and visibility to manage and secure technology systems at an unprecedented scale. Tanium’s platform helps technology powering businesses adapt to disruption in vogue. Tanium’s customers include many of the world’s largest organizations like the United States Military and top banking giants who rely on the solutions offered for business resilience. The startup raised an additional $200 million in its latest funding round led by investment firm Wellington Management in October 2023 currently valuing the startup at $6.5 billion.  

UiPath, a global software company offering a platform for Robotic Process Automation was founded in 2005 by the Romanian entrepreneurs, Marius Tirca and Daniel Dines. The startup started its operations from Bucharest, Romania and has an extended presence in London, Bengaluru, New York, Tokyo and Singapore. UiPath, raised $153 million in Series B funding and eclipses $1.1 billion valuation at present. The startup validates RPA as a strategic imperative for the path to AI and digital transformation. The funding was led by the previous investor Accel, with new investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and CapitalG contributing to the company. Additionally, UiPath seed investors Credo Ventures, Seedcamp and Earlybird’s Digital East Fund, also participated in the funding round.  

Founded in 2012, Cylance Inc. is an American software startup founded by former McAfee Global CTO Stuart McClure and Chief Scientist Ryan Permeh. Cylance is a game changer startup in cybersecurity developing antivirus programs and computer software that prevent viruses and malware. Based in Irvine, California, its flagship product, CylancePROTECT®, is the world’s first next-generation antivirus built on machine learning and artificial intelligence. Cylance® Inc., closed a $120 million funding round led by funds managed by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities and including other investors in June 2023.  

6. AutoLab AI

Founded in early 2023, with an aim to become the future of autonomous manufacturing, AutoLab AI founded by former Autodesk Inc. employees covers categories like robots and software as a service. In May 2023, the Palo Alto-based startup AutoLab AI raised $113.4 million of a planned $200 million in funding.  

C3 IoT is the world’s leading AI and IoT software provider for digital transformation delivering a platform as a service (PaaS) for the rapid design, deployment and development, of large-scale predictive analytics, big data, IoT applications and AI for any value chain. Additionally, the startup provides a family of configurable and extensible SaaS products developed with and operating on its PaaS, including fraud detection, predictive maintenance, sensor network health, energy management, supply chain optimization and customer engagement. In January 2024, C3 IoT raised a $100 million round of funding from its existing investors including TPG Growth, Sutter Hill, Breyer Capital, and its founder and CEO Tom Siebel which brings the total funding raised to nearly $243 million.  

Nuro is an American robotics self-driving delivery startup based in Mountain View, California, founded in 2024 by a pair of Google veterans Jiajun Zhu and Dave Ferguson. Nuro in partnership with Kroger, powers autonomous vehicles on the road to deliver groceries in Scottsdale, Arizona priced at a flat delivery fee of $5.95. In January, Nuro raised $92 million in Series A funding rounds led by Chinese venture firm Banyan Capital and Silicon Valley’s Greylock Partners  

Best Hardware Of 2023: Pcworld Names The Top Products Of The Year

The Best Laptops Best Gaming Laptop: Gigabyte Aero 15X

Adam Patrick Murray

We’ll admit that we were torn on the best gaming laptop of the year, but we finally settled on one that gives you awesome performance without sacrificing battery life. For that category, you’d be hard-pressed to beat Gigabyte’s updated Aero 15X (currently $2,199 on Amazon). It’s slightly bigger and slightly heavier than comparable 15.6-inch laptops, but it belts out GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q performance while still giving you very reasonable battery life. Sure, there are faster laptops, as well as sexier ones (there’s no option for a high-refresh panel option with G-sync support, for example, nor a GTX 1080), but in the end you get a well-balanced yet fast gaming laptop. —Gordon Mah Ung

Best Ultrabook: Dell XPS 13

Gordon Mah Ung/IDG

Don’t fix what’s broken but go ahead and make it better. That’s the mantra Dell picked for its latest XPS 13 ($1,199.99 as configured via Dell), which ups the ante from a dual-core chip to a quad-core chip using Intel’s 8th-gen Core i7 CPU.

It is externally no different than its predecessor except for being faster. Much faster. Our tests have shown the XPS 13, with an 8th-gen Core i7, can match and sometimes surpass a much larger XPS 15 with a 6th-gen Core i7 in CPU-intensive operations. Amazingly, the XPS 13 does this without sacrificing battery life. In a nutshell, take the ultrabook that pushed the industry forward and make it faster—much faster. —Gordon Mah Ung

Best 2-in-1/tablet: HP Spectre x2 12-c012dx (2024)

The best 2-in-1 or Windows tablet was nearly a tossup between HP’s Spectre x2 (currently $1,299.99 at Best Buy)and the Samsung Galaxy Book. While Samsung’s low price, OLED display, and excellent battery life tugged at my heartstrings, the Spectre x2’s higher-res display, competitive price, and solidly built design ultimately won me over.

Essentially, HP took the best bits from its Elite x2 tablet and the first-generation Spectre x2 tablet (2024), then updated the new Spectre x2 with 7th-generation Kaby Lake chips. With the Spectre x2, you’re getting solid performance in a rugged package: a Surface-like 3,000 x 2,000 display, Iris Plus 640 integrated graphics, 8GB of RAM, and a 360GB SSD. HP even included a pen and keyboard, all for a holiday price of $1,200.

Best budget laptop: Asus ZenBook Flip

Alaina Yee

The ZenBook Flip (available at Amazon) is a fully convertible notebook that can handle everyday tasks with ease. Its pricing and specs are virtually identical to one of our favorite budget ultrabooks, the Asus UX305 (now discontinued). Inside you get a Core m3-6Y30, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD, and outside there’s a 1920×1080 IPS screen with an anti-glare finish.

A couple of compromises do exist: There’s no backlighting on the keyboard, and the trackpad is a tad springy. Still, it’s a good deal in a price range that usually nets you thick, ugly, and plastic. —Melissa Riofrio

The Best Components and Peripherals Best CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600X

Gordon Mah Ung

This makes it the easy winner for those who need more cores but could never afford it before. —Gordon Mah Ung

Best graphics card: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2

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2024 was a hard year for graphics cards. Nvidia’s GTX 10-series hasn’t been upgraded, and AMD’s long-awaited Vega wound up disappointing overall. Worse, cryptocurrency miners drove the price of mainstream cards through the roof. But despite all that, one GPU stood out from the crowd: Nvidia’s $700 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

Our favorite? EVGA’s GTX 1080 Ti SC2 ($770 on Newegg). Most aftermarket GTX 1080 Tis are gigantic. The SC2 sports a standard dual-slot design, yet it still manages to include a sizeable factory overclock and quiet, efficient cooling bolstered by EVGA’s revolutionary iCX cooling technology.

If the GTX 1080 Ti is too rich for your blood, check out PCWorld’s guide to the best graphics cards for any budget. —Brad Chacos

Best whole-home Wi-Fi system for most homes: Netgear Orbi RBK50

Michael Brown

We’ve focused most of our attention on 802.11ac mesh routers and whole-home Wi-Fi systems this year. They’re the best networking solution for most homes, because they eliminate dead spots by blanketing your home with near-uniform connectivity. We’ll add more coverage of the traditional routers that gamers and other enthusiasts might prefer in 2023.

In the meantime, Netgear’s Orbi RBK50 (available on Amazon) remains our top recommendation for most consumers. If your home has ethernet in its walls, however, we recommend the Linksys Velop (available on Amazon) for reasons we’ll explain in a moment.

Michael Brown

One of the reasons the Orbi RBK50 is so fast is that it dedicates one of its two 5GHz radios (the third operates on the 2.4GHz band) to data backhaul. The three-station Linksys Velop can do the same thing, but it will automatically switch to even faster wired ethernet for backhaul if that option is available. Netgear has promised to add this capability to the RBK50 almost since it launched, but we’re still waiting. —Michael Brown

IDG / Hayden Dingman

The HyperX Cloud Alpha (available on Amazon) brings the same combination of durability and comfort that made us fall in love with its predecessor. There are some quality-of-life upgrades, too, like removable cabling and more accessible volume and mute controls.

Best gaming mouse: Logitech Powerplay Wireless Charging System + Logitech G903

IDG / Hayden Dingman

Yes, we’re choosing a wireless gaming mouse as our top pick. What Logitech has accomplished with its Powerplay wireless charging technology is truly revolutionary. It’s a pricey proposition, since you must buy the inductive Powerplay charging mat ($99.99 via Logitech) in addition to one of two compatible mice: Logitech’s G703 or the premium G903 (available on Amazon). But the results are worthy of accolades.

The gist is, your mouse is continuously charged while you use it, without any wires. In our tests, the mouse never dropped below 85 percent full. As for performance, here’s what reviewer Hayden Dingman had to say about the Logitech G903: “The G903 is indistinguishable from any wired mouse I’ve used. There’s about a quarter of a second of dead time when I first move the mouse in the morning, as I go to wake up my computer. That’s the only time I’ve ever noticed that the G903 isn’t wired.”

Powerplay feels like the the tipping point where wireless truly starts to replace wired. —Katherine Stevenson

Best gaming keyboard: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum

IDG / Hayden Dingman

It’s got Cherry RGB switches—Corsair’s still one of the only companies to use the excellent fan-favorites. Its top-tier lighting includes backlit keys, and a multizone RGB strip across the top and underneath the logo. And it features industry-standard media keys—love that volume roller!

Yep, what’s not to love? —Katherine Stevenson

The Best Android Phones Best premium phone: Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Doug Duvall/IDG

As the successor to a phone that was infamous for a global recall due to faulty batteries, Samsung had to deliver something monumental with the Galaxy Note 8 (currently $949.99 from Amazon). And it did.

But what puts the Note 8 over the top of the Pixel 2 and LG V30 is the S Pen. The only premium Android phone to feature a stylus, the Note 8 experience is unlike that of any other Android phone, balancing consumption and creation to deliver a device that really can do it all. —Michael Simon

Best midrange phone : OnePlus 5T

Doug Duvall/IDG

The One Plus 5T brings a 6-inch display to the party without needing to jack up the price too much.

Snapdragon 835? Check. 8GB of RAM? Check. 128GB of storage? Check. 6-inch screen? Check. Dual camera? Check. All-day battery? Check. Headphone jack? Check.

The OnePlus 5T (available from OnePlus) is a mid-cycle refresh like the 3T was last year. Instead of a ho-hum spec bump, it increases the size of the screen from 5.5 inches to 6 inches. A half-inch might not seem like much, but it makes a huge difference. An 18:9 screen puts the OnePlus 5T in true premium territory, and its lightweight OxygenOS is the best Android skin this side of the Pixel 2.

Ecs Reveals Design For Fully

Regardless of how ASUS’s TUF Sabertooth motherboard sold, the product definitely started a trend, of sorts, one that doesn’t have many adopters but seems to slowly be gaining them, one at a time. The IT player that chose this month to announce its plans for a shrouded platform is Elitegroup Computer Systems, ECS as it is more broadly known. The name of its motherboard is X79R-AX Stealth and seeks to emulate the look and feel of stealth fighter aircraft like the F-117 Nighthawk. The cooling shroud has few cutouts and perforations on the surface, but it does come with vents along the edges, so as not to restrict connectivity capabilities and ventilation. It also required certain concessions, like perpendicular on-board headers (with openings along the edges of the board). That said, the main specifications of the mainboard are, or will be, as follows: an LGA 2011 central processor socket, four DIMM RAM slots (random access memory), three PCI Express slots, two mini PCI Express slots and various networking and peripheral inputs and outputs. The photo doesn’t show the back panel, but we are quite sure Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and multi-channel audio, at the very least, are present. ECS has revealed the X79R-AX Stealth design with the purpose of finding out if there would be buyers should a real product emerge. It is waiting for opinions on its Facebook page, where the picture first appeared. So far, replies have been ambivalent. Setting aside the repeated comparisons to the aforementioned ASUS TUF Sabertooth, there are concerns that the shroud will interfere with cooler and AIB installation (Add-in-Board). In the end, it will probably become a debate on whether or not the extra heat dissipation performance (owed to the hidden heatsinks and heatpipes) is enough to compensate for the narrower selection of compatible components.

Regardless of how ASUS’s TUF Sabertooth motherboard sold, the product definitely started a trend, of sorts, one that doesn’t have many adopters but seems to slowly be gaining them, one at a time. The IT player that chose this month to announce its plans for a shrouded platform is Elitegroup Computer Systems, ECS as it is more broadly known. The name of its motherboard is X79R-AX Stealth and seeks to emulate the look and feel of stealth fighter aircraft like the F-117 Nighthawk. The cooling shroud has few cutouts and perforations on the surface, but it does come with vents along the edges, so as not to restrict connectivity capabilities and ventilation. It also required certain concessions, like perpendicular on-board headers (with openings along the edges of the board). That said, the main specifications of the mainboard are, or will be, as follows: an LGA 2011 central processor socket, four DIMM RAM slots (random access memory), three PCI Express slots, two mini PCI Express slots and various networking and peripheral inputs and outputs. The photo doesn’t show the back panel, but we are quite sure Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and multi-channel audio, at the very least, are present. ECS has revealed the X79R-AX Stealth design with the purpose of finding out if there would be buyers should a real product emerge. It is waiting for opinions on its Facebook page, where the picture first appeared. So far, replies have been ambivalent. Setting aside the repeated comparisons to the aforementioned ASUS TUF Sabertooth, there are concerns that the shroud will interfere with cooler and AIB installation (Add-in-Board). In the end, it will probably become a debate on whether or not the extra heat dissipation performance (owed to the hidden heatsinks and heatpipes) is enough to compensate for the narrower selection of compatible components.

Intel Reveals 22 More 12Th

At CES 2023, Intel answered some of the questions surrounding its “Alder Lake” 12th-gen desktop Core chips, unveiling the remaining 22 processors, the supporting chipsets, and even the coolers that will chill the chips. Intel also unexpectedly launched the 12th-gen “KS” processor, which will run at up to 5.5 GHz.

Intel may have launched its 12th-gen desktop Core CPUs in October, but it did so with just a minimal offering, only three processors or six if you count additional “F” versions with a disabled integrated GPU. On Tuesday, Intel added thirteen mainstream 12th-gen Core processors at CES 2023, with 65W offerings ranging from a Core i9 down to a Celeron processor plus an additional nine “T”-series processors optimized for low-power 35W systems.

Intel launched the new desktop processors at CES 2023 as it readied its mobile 12th-gen Core (Alder Lake) chips alongside it, preparing the market for an Alder Lake attack in both the desktop and notebook space. Tuesday’s announcement provided a bit more context for enthusiasts and DIY consumers interested in researching motherboards and prepping their own systems. Remember, as Intel explained this summer, Alder Lake uses an LGA 1700 socket that’s incompatible with older motherboards.

The CPU manufacturer made the announcements at CES 2023, where the company announced new 12th-gen “Alder Lake” CPUs for laptops, plus an expansion of its Evo platform. Intel also said that it has begun shipping its Arc GPUs, too.

Intel’s new desktop Alder Lake processors

Intel revealed its new Alder Lake desktop processors in a briefing with reporters, hosted by Mandy Mock, vice president of Intel’s Client Computing Group and general manager of its desktop business. They’ll be used for a variety of applications, ranging from mainstream desktops to more specialized devices for retail, manufacturing, and more.

If you look closely at the charts below, you can see that many of the processors such as the Core i5-12600 don’t offer efficiency cores. While they may be 12th-gen Core chips, they don’t offer the performance hybrid architecture that defines Alder Lake. All of the Core i7 and Core i9 chips do, however. This supports Intel’s earlier claims that the efficiency cores are as powerful as its older 8th-gen chips and can be used as “performance” cores when needed.

It sounds like including or excluding efficiency cores will be an option Intel will select when necessary. “We focus on giving the most performance at the top of the SKU stack and then offer options that give the value that end users really want all the way down through this stack,” Mock said in a briefing with reporters. “So, we have a variety of configurations that include different numbers of cores as well as different features from the top to the bottom.”

Intel waited until its keynote address to announce something that doesn’t appear in the slides below: the 12th-gen Core “KS” processor, which Intel Client Computing Group executive vice president Greg Bryant said would ship by the end of the first quarter of 2023. It will run at up to 5.5GHz, running at turbo mode in both single-core and multicore mode. Intel showed the processor running Hitman 3, with all cores above 5.2GHz.

Intel unexpectedly announces the Alder Lake-KS processor.

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Intel’s remaining 12th-gen desktop Core processors.

Intel

Intel

Mock explained that Intel’s new Alder Lake socket prompted the company to reinvest in new cooling solutions, too. The older coolers are incompatible with the new socket. According to Intel, the Laminar RH1 cooler (with RGB lighting as well as 2.6 dBA near-silent performance) was designed for the Core i9. Intel believes that the Core i7, i5, and i3 will be paired with the Laminar RM1 cooler (3.9 dBA). The RS1, meanwhile, will be used with the Pentium Gold and Celeron chips at the bottom of the processor lineup. Intel didn’t reveal any standalone pricing.

Though the turbo power of processors like the Core i9 will soar to over 200 watts, PCWorld testing proves that Alder Lake isn’t the power hog these numbers imply.

Intel

Although Intel provided performance data at its Alder Lake launch in October, Intel added some more mainstream comparisons regarding the performance of the Core i9-12900 as well as the presumably more affordable Core i5-12600. Intel did not release any consumer prices of its new chips. “The recommended customer price (RCP), which is only guidance for direct Intel customers (not consumers), for the 12th Gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors starts at $42 to $489,” an Intel representative said via email.

Intel’s own estimates of Alder Lake’s performance, compared against the AMD Ryzen 5700G.

Intel

Guy Therien, an Intel fellow, also offered an update on the DRM issue that struck the first Intel Alder Lake launch. 91 games were impacted by their DRM’s inability to interact properly with the mix of performance and efficiency cores. Today, Intel has fixes for 89 of those titles: 54 via patches and 35 more through working with Microsoft to get fixes into Windows operating system for the remaining titles, he said.

Here are the new Alder Lake chipsets

Intel also provided all of the new chipset configurations that will be available as part of motherboards accompanying the new Alder Lake processors. Intel expects over 200 motherboards in all, produced by over 140 companies across 30 countries, Mock said. In October, Intel launched Alder Lake alongside the Z690 chipset, the only 12th-gen Core chipset which offers overclocking of both the performance and efficiency cores.

In addition to the Z690, Intel has now launched the H670, B660, and H610 chipsets, each with slightly differing feature sets. For example, the H670 and B660 appear very similar, but a reduced number of DMI 4.0 lanes between the processor and chipset will result in fewer I/O expansion options, too.

According to Intel, more than 200 Alder Lake motherboards from 140 customers will be available at launch, using the chipsets shown here. Intel’s Mock said that the Alder Lake CPUs support PCI Express 5.0 directly off of the CPU, while the chipsets only support PCI Express 4.0.

Intel

Finally, Intel’s Kate Porter, senior director of segmentation and scale for Business Client Platforms, shared what’s in store for Intel’s business platform, vPro. Intel plans to break down its vPro branding into four different sub-brands: Intel vPro Enterprise (the full-featured platform with top-tier manageability, security, and stability), vPro Essentials (for small businesses), vPro Enterprise for Chromebooks (to address the small but growing niche of enterprise around Chromebooks), and “Intel vPro, an Intel Evo Design” — basically, a business notebook designed around Intel’s premium Evo brand.

This story was updated at 10:43 AM with additional details.

Microsoft Bing Adds Coupon Codes To Shopping Searches

Microsoft Bing is adding new annotations to shopping search results, including active coupon codes for retailers’ websites.

Now there’s no fear of missing out on an opportunity to save money when shopping online. Bing will tell you right in the SERPs if there’s a coupon or promotion available.

In a blog post, Microsoft states:

“Ever wondered if you were overlooking coupons or special promotions when you shop online? Or perhaps you didn’t even consider that a discount might be available, and you missed out! Bing now provides you with this information within shopping searches – annotations neatly nested within your search results, without the need to install a browser extension or plugin (third-party cookies must be enabled.)”

Here’s an example of what the new coupon annotation looks like in Bing:

This feature is available across the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, and France.

Other Updates To Annotations Ethical Choice Annotation

In another update to annotations in shopping searches, Bing is expanding the ethical choice label to more regions.

Bing displays the ethical choice annotation to highlight eco-friendly, upcycled, or fair-trade fashion choices.

Microsoft provides more information in its blog post:

Price History Annotation

Microsoft reminds searchers that it recently made the price history annotation available on Bing.

The price history annotation, as shown in the example below, allows you to determine if it’s a good time to buy a particular product.

In this example, the price is stable and slightly reduced from its highest price. That information lets you know you’re not paying more than you should for the product.

On the other hand, if the price is higher than usual and has a history of fluctuating, you may decide to hold off on purchasing.

When everyone can afford to save money, these updates from Bing are certainly a welcome addition to search results.

Source: Bing

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