top ten search words for kids:YouTube, Google, and Facebook top the list. Sex and Porn round out the top 5Kids spend most of their time searching for music related topics (30%), then TV/movie related topics (12%).
10. You Tube
[/QUOTE]Top Searches of 2009 By Age GroupTop Searches of 2009 Boys vs. Girls
YouTube, Google, and Facebook show up in the top three of both boys and girls search terms.
Boys #4 search term was Sex while girls #4 search term was Taylor Swift. Girls were still interested in Sex, though, with the term coming it at #5.
Boys most popular celebrity search term was Michael Jackson.
Boys top 25 search terms were mainly comprised of social networking sites, various websites, shopping sites, inappropriate terms, and games.
Girls top 25 search terms were main comprised of social networking sites, as well as music and entertainment/celebrity terms.
Both boys and girls most popular search terms were related to music, though it was higher in terms of percentages for girls at 42% compared to boys at 22%.*
Boys search more adult topics compared to girls (13% vs. 2%).*
Boys 1 Youtube, 2 Google, ,3 Facebook, 4 Sex, 5 Porn
Girls 1 Youtube, 2 Google, 3 Facebook, 4 Taylor Swift, 5 Sex
Youtube, Facebook, and Google comprise the top 3 search terms for kids.
Sex comes in at #4 for teens and tweens while porn comes in #4 for kids 7 and under.
Taylor Swift was the top searched for term among teens. For tweens and kids 7 and under, it was Michael Jackson.
Teens and tweens spend most of their search time online on music related subjects (34% and 27%).*
Kids under the age of seven spend most of their search time online on games (23%).*
Kids under the age of seven are conducting searches for P2P sites like Limewire and Mininova.[/QUOTE]
I find some of this very difficult to believe - but I'm a bit impressed at the spelling ability of the 7 and under age group.