Why Ethiopia is the next stop of the Revolution tide?

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* Ethiopians; the second top searchers of the Egyptian Revolution on Google
 
By Writer for this Blog
25-02-2011
 
Google has so many features.One of them is Google Insights for Search.Google Insights for Search is a service by Google similar to Google Trends, providing insights into the search terms people have been entering into the Google search engine. Unlike Google Trends, Google Insights for Search provides a visual representation of regional interest on a country’s map. It displays top searches and rising searches that may help with keyword research. Results can be narrowed down with categories that are displayed for each search terms. It has been noted that term order is important, and that different results will be found if the results are keywords are placed in a different order.
Ethiopia has hypothetically or factually been predicated as the next stop of the revolution tide. My empirical trial or research to call it better, of Google Insights proved a conclusive and definitive YES.
Entering the word “Egypt” or “Egypt Crisis” on the search bar of Google Insight to find out regional interest over the past 30 days indicates that Ethiopia/ans have been the second top country to have searched those words.Although the 2009 report of internetworldstats.com and World Bank state the total number and percentage of internet users in Ethiopia is not more than 0.4% or around 360,000, there are an approximately equal number of people who are not researched and informally use the internet.For instnace , February 2011, report of SocialBakers shows that Ethiopians have enetered the top 15 list of Facebook users in Africa with 258 640 users registered with an account at the end of February 2011.Egypt tops the list with a total number of 4,882,560 users in Africa.
The argument that the revolution can’t be effecive in Ethiopia due to the smaller number of Facebook users in Ethiopia is disrpoved the above figures.
Egypt/tians top the list of the ten countries that have searched or had an interest on Egypt News and the Crisis.The fact that Ethiopians have been the second highest searchers and followers of the Egyptian revolution for the past 30 days, explains the resentment and ‘preparation ‘ of Ethiopians for an imminent revolution.Based on the graph,the high level of interest and focus byEthiopians on the Egyptian crisis following Egyptians themsleves,unequivocally makes us induce that Ethiopia is the next stop of the revolution tide.
Algerians are the 10th in the list.
You can see the details and make your own search by clicking here : http://www.google.com/insights/search/#q=egypt&date=today%201-m&cmpt=q
The following screen copy is the result of my research on the regional interest on the Egyptian Revolution:

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Regional interest
1. Cairo (Egypt)
2. New York (United States)
3. Washington (United States)
4. Toronto (Canada)
5. Los Angeles (United States)
6. Herndon (United States)
7. London (United Kingdom)
8. Sydney (Australia)
9. Milpitas (United States)
10. Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
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Rising searches

1. egypt crisis

+140%
2. egypt revolution

+140%
3. mubarak

+140%
4. mubarak egypt

+140%
5. egypt president

+110%
6. egypt cnn

+90%
7. cnn

+80%
8. egypt latest

+80%
9. twitter egypt

+70%
10. egypt live

+50%

Insights for Search aims to provide insights into broad search patterns. Several approximations are used to compute these results.
The Insights for Search map is intended for general analysis of volume patterns. Borders are an approximation and may not be accurate.

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ABC Online Jan 31, 2011
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ABC Online Jan 31, 2011
http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2011/s3126198…
How do I read this?
Use map to visualize the search term’s popularity by region. Point your mouse over any region to see more detail; click the region to apply the location filter.
Click this link to see how a search term’s popularity changes over time, across regions. Learn more
These terms are related to the filter you’ve selected (time/location/term etc.) Learn more
Rising searches are searches that have experienced significant growth in a given time period, with respect to the preceding time period. Learn more

3 COMMENTS

  1. Amazing Berchi.
    Well , Ethiopians can’t be deterred however the Tigrean Gujele’s try to block and damn dem.
    via revolution

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