Infographics are in action nowadays. According to Hubspot, the number of searches for infographics on Google has tremendously raised over 800%. Infographic generation rate grows by 1% every day.
Companies like to include infographics into their content marketing tactics because they bring compelling results. People who are practicing infographics onto their blog posts and websites are increasing by 12% compared to those who aren’t doing it. Visual content is powerful and consumers find it more engaging than mere text because 65 percent of people are visual learners.
So how do you think you should design your infographic content to captivate your target audience and shout your brand out?
Here are 7 Pro Tips To Create A Balanced Infographic……..
To make sure your infographic stands out and performs excellently, you need to check what has been done so far in that respective field and how it is performing. Check the most popular infographics to see what elements they have in common.
Pinterest is a great place to find out infographics those are already in the market. Make sure you are searching most pinned post (infographics) to get an idea of what people are liking the most.
Another great website is Visual.ly, where you can find attractive infographics distributed under several categories.
While observing the infographics, you should few questions: which of them sends a powerful message and engages users in sharing or commenting? Which of them is most informative? Do they prompt users to take a step and make it easy to do that? These question will allow you to think of a great infographic idea.
The basis for your infographic is the idea. One of the most effective techniques used by brands is analogy.
Take a look at this eminent infographic created by LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, which uses a food analogy to show how blogging fuels content creation.
Before setting out to create your infographic, you must set its purpose – is it amusing, shocking or serious? Your main aim should always be to teach and encourage your audience.
Relevancy of your data and the message you are spreading should be at the top, as well as it should be never seen never heard kind of data and impressive as well. Otherwise, you’re making an infographic about facts everyone can simply learn elsewhere. Make sure the sources you are using are reliable. Fact-checking is an essential procedure to ensure your infographic is accurate.
Take a peek at this amazing infographic by Monetate entitled The Retailer’s Guide to Big Data. It’s packed with figures and numbers represented in several graphs that are composed to capture the most important facts for e-commerce big data and display them in the most digestible way.
Always credit your sources.
Your style should be easy and logical – restrict yourself from using many fonts, stick to one style for your visual media and follow your color scheme. Make sure your different section have clear visual connections between each other so that your user doesn’t get confused.
We should look at this, Travel Hack’s infographic by Best Hospitality Degrees. Every element of the infographic follows the same style and color scheme, which is composed of just a few colors and shades.
All the facts and figures you have chosen should redirect and back up your main story. It cannot be just a bunch of interesting facts – each and every piece of data should add to the main story.
Website loading time plays an important role in customer engagement and optimization of the site. That’s why it’s a good practice to always use compressed JPEG format to reduce the weight of the infographic. This will ensure that the page loads quickly without making the visitor wait too long.
Another important factor is size. You should go for a width of no more than 735 pixels – otherwise, you will risk your infographic to get re-sized and that can mess up its dimensions. Keeping your width under 735 pixels is important for sharing as well – especially on Pinterest, where 735 pixels is the full width of an expanded image.
The total length of your infographic should be under 5000 pixels. If it’s too long you might lose the attention of your audience.
As infographics tend to get a lot of traffic to the website, you must embed it in a blog post, optimize it for sharing and of course share it on your own social platforms.
Using a tool like Sumome you can easily optimize it for sharing by placing social media share buttons next to the infographic. This will encourage other visitors to share it.
How to share infographic effectively?
You can start off by creating a special image for Facebook and adding it to your blog post. You can then write an attention-grabbing headline and then begin sharing it to all your social networks.
Always include your website URL, the logo of your company and add links to your social channels in the infographic so that people will always know who created it.
Here’s an example of an effective brand infographic.
At Last, Infographic Explained Infographically,
Created by Customer Magnetism.
Hope you have enjoyed these 7 pro tips to create a balanced infographic.
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It has been stated by the U.S Department of Energy that if buildings were all green-improved that the U.S. would use $20 billion less energy every single year. Studies out there have shown that by the year 2020 that the web hosting industry will be as big of a polluter as the airline industry.
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You might say that one person’s choice really doesn’t matter, but it does. Green web hosting reduces your carbon footprint. By choosing a green web host, you and many other people out there are reducing the amount of energy that is being used and creating a greener and cleaner environment.
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Sometimes when you get a premium service, you expect it to cost you more. Right now, there is no reason a green web host should charge you more than a regular web host. Depending on how they operate, they should have no problem moving a portion of their profits to invest in a greener business. Some companies do this by planting trees. Others do it by wind power credits. Make sure you do not have to pay a little extra to get green web hosting.
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As we told you previously about 10 google apps you probably didn’t know about, let’s talk about some more from google that is really helpful in one way or the other and still not known to people.
We welcome you to another informative blog, 10 google services you probably didn’t know – extended version.
We always expect something out of this world and really futuristic from google. Something so amazing that just the thought of it give us goosebumps. Although, google may be planning some sci-fi sort of product or service, let’s talk about some services those are already in the market still are unknown to many people out there.
Days in past, when we were struggling to get some information for our art project if google arts and culture would have existed at that time, we all would have received a shining A+ for our project.
To know every tiny bit of information about any culture, religion or location in the world, Google Arts & Culture is the place.
Well, it is effective and can prove to be an important app when shazam is not around.
PS: These sounds can prove to be a life savior when you want your newborns to eat their food with ease.
Although it has it’s cons and pros, as each and every small charity or foundation is not registered on this platform.
Yeah, I know how to type in any language. Booyah!
Now, that is sorted.
As a kid, I always wanted this type of cool online encyclopedia of the universe, although it was pretty sci-fi at that time.
And We saved the best for the last,
I always want a timer of 24 hours to complete my sleep and I always have this in front of me. Still helpful in many cases.
Well, let’s take it into consideration and talk about some after google effects and some uncommon alternative platforms to google.
If you’re a regular Google user (65% of you globally) then you’ll have noticed some changes, both good and bad.
There was a time not that long ago when you could quickly split people among those that used Google, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves and AltaVista. Now it’s got to the point where if you’re not using Google, you’re considered to be a newbie in the internet world.
Right now though maybe we should be paying more attention to the alternatives. Maybe our daily lives and, for some of us, careers shouldn’t need to balance on the fickle algorithm changes of the world’s most valuable company.
Let’s see what else is out there in the non-Google world or what will happen if google disappers from our lives.
Microsoft’s search engine is the second in the most popular search engine in the world list, with almost 15.8% of the search market covered across the globe.
Although it is not that popular in Asian subcontinent and Middle Eastern countries.
If we speak about top search engine country wise, leaving apart Russia, South Korea, China and Japan, Google is the world leader in rest of all the countries.
But why should you use Bing?
Let’s talk about some points:
Bing’s video search is notably better than Google’s, giving you a grid of big thumbnails that you can click on to play or preview if you hover over them.
Also, note that Bing powers Yahoo’s search engine.
The key feature of DuckDuckGo is that it doesn’t hold its users’ data, that results in unmanipulated and most popular results instead of the biased results google shows depending on your interest, your past activities etc. So if you’re particularly startled by Google’s all-seeing, all-knowing eye, this might be the best for you.
As Google gets better and better at answering more complicated questions, it will never be able to match the personal touch available with Quora, as quora give a human touch to all the queries asked as homo sapiens are answering all the question being asked and not some Artificial Intelligence.
Ask any question and its experienced community will offer their replies. Or you can choose from any similar queries previously asked.
Dogpile is an ad free version of some famous search engines such as Yandex, Google, and Yahoo as it pulls in and curates information from them. Also, it looks more like a ppt template of some animals in the park theme. Maybe that’s what attracting people more or the accuracy of the search. Time will tell.
Of course, if Google is going down, then you’ll also have to give up YouTube, which can be a terrifying view. But there is an alternative. And a pretty good one as far as youtube’s alternative is concerned… Ladies and Gentlemen Vimeo for you. The professional’s choice of video-sharing site, which has lots of HD video and no ads.. yeeeeeyyy !!!
This one’s a Russian portal, proposing many related products and services as Google, and it’s the commanding search engine in Russia covering more than 65% of all the searches in Russia.
As you can see it offers results in a nice logical setup, replete with favicons so you can clearly see the various channels for your branded queries.
If you want to get into the core of a subject with a variety of different points of view away from the major publications, Boardreader covers results purely from different forums, message boards and, of course, Reddit.
WolframAlpha is a ‘computational knowledge engine’, or like a super clever nerd those are use to rule in our classes as far as grades are concerned. Ask it to calculate any data or ask it about any case and it will give you the solution.
It doesn’t always acts accordingly, plus you need to learn the trick to get the best out of it.
Another search engine that puts its users’ privacy at the vanguard. IxQuick does not store any of your information and no cookies being used while searching to make the search experience same all the time for everyone. A user can set preferences, but they will be deleted after 90 days of inactivity.
Ask Jeeves is still around and silently making his spot into the search world.
It’s still a slightly mediocre search engine pretending to be a question and answer site, but the ‘Popular Q&A’ results found on the right-hand side are very handy if Jeeves himself can’t satisfy your query. Trust me this is the best use of right-hand side space. Google, are you watching!!!!
SlideShare is a really helpful community to source knowledge from presentations, slide decks, webinars and whatever else you may have missed from not attending a conference or a knowledgeable get-together.
You’ll also be shocked what information you can discover there.
“Inhale the web” with the knowledgeable looking vacuum cleaner by creating your own topic page, which you can bookmark and see results from a huge number of channels on that one page (including Google, Bing News, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr). So it is exactly a many-at-one place kind of search engine.
CC Search is particularly handy if you need to find copyright free images for your website. Just type your query in then click on your chosen site you want to search.
Everybody’s favorite place for all the best in the market gif’s. It will certainly take down Google one day with bare hands. ( google please ignore to my joke cracking abilities )
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Are you building a new WordPress site for your blog or your Business and now struggling with the optimization of the website, then you can relate with this,
For you, we have few recommended tips for all WordPress site owners to keep things in place as far as SEO is concerned.
Site speed is one out of the many vital factors which affect ranking in search engines. Fast loading websites can easily outrank slower sites. While you are consuming a lot of time refining your content policy, spare some from that time to increase your site speed.
It is recommended that you should use a caching plugin for your WordPress website. We suggest using W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache. To give your site more speed and even more boost, you can set up a CDN ( Content Delivery Network ) service to work along with your caching plugin. On this website and on all our other websites, we use MaxCDN (Now known as Stackpath). It hugely increases our page load course.
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Optimizing your website and weblog is an important part of your content promoting strategy. whereas SEO is an ever changing field, it stays on top of marketers’ agendas because it is a powerful way to bring footfalls to your company’s outlets and to direct them towards your sales funnel.
SEO strategies are perpetually evolving because of search engines’ developments and users’ dynamic views. it is not that simple to remain on top of the foremost booming optimization techniques, with several businesses falling into the lure of incorrectly doing SEO, rather than seeing large traffic and increasing conversion rates, the results are quite different.
There are some common SEO mistakes that are almost unavoidable. Testing optimization approaches is also tough since you can’t verify your strategies in real-time since search engines’ rules are getting arduous to predict.
While the optimization field is ever-evolving, some practices are proving effective, whereas others are harmful at the end of the day. Let’s review the top 10 common SEO mistakes you must avoid making sure your business online presence can bring the required results to match your efforts.
Let’s talk about our top 10 most common seo mistakes.
The key to optimization are the keywords that you wish your website to rank for on search engines. However, are you selecting the correct ones?
One of the most common mistakes in choosing keywords is ignoring the priority of search engines and users for long-tail keywords. Whereas you would possibly define your product and services in a very certain manner, it’s more necessary to know what words your potential customers would use to reach to them. Generally, the terms you think are correct may possibly mean something completely different for others, or may be too generic. In either case, you’ll be optimizing for all the incorrect keywords.
It’s best to try and do your background analysis carefully before you begin the optimization. Using tools just like the Google AdWords KeywordPlanner, Google Trends, SEMrush , AHREFS and Moz Keyword explorer will facilitate vastly in putting your finger on the tip of trending and adequate keywords.
You might assume using your target keywords in each and every sentence of your content would boost your rankings online. This strategy isn’t much but a myth. In fact, exaggerating your chosen keywords is registered as spammy by search engines, which implies it badly hurts your SEO performance.
That’s why keyword ‘stuffing,’ or overusing your supposed keywords, isn’t crucial to your SEO success. Such an approach would create your content unnatural and useless for its meant audience. In fact, Google is using a special linguistics search known as Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI). This program will identify your content’s subject without the necessity for stuffing your content with repetitions of your target keywords.
Another common snare in SEO optimization is generating content that’s not really concerning your keywords. The matter of fact is that you simply need to rank for a particular keyword, but you fail to focus the text on your target topic. Search engines like Google make it sure to serve their users with the most relevant content for their search terms. Thus, if your content doesn’t answer user needs, it won’t rank well.
This error is usually a result of making an attempt to suit a couple of entirely different topics among a single piece of content, making low-quality work only for the sake of including keywords or optimizing for many keywords in one article. Your primary goal ought to be to provide content that really corresponds to the queries and needs of your audience, as well as using the correct search terms. Then search engines are going to be able to trace your content as resemble the keyword you’re optimizing for.
This next ordinary mistake is expounded to the standard of your content. While duplicating lines was a normal practice back in the days, now search engines punish this approach. Repetition and copying content is seen as a spammy method and is extremely downcast.
Duplicate and slim content merely don’t work. Rather than scratching off the copy from different places or using the software system that alters the content into a brand new form, it’s worth investing in making original and purposeful texts. This is often the only way to ensure your website doesn’t get downgraded and pushed within the back of search results.
Optimizing your content doesn’t end once you contain a target keyword in your post. Title tags and meta descriptions are essential components of SEO that should not be overlooked. Skipping them directly means to decrease the potential of your content. These optimizing factors are taken into account by search engines once crawling your online property, thus if properly done, they’ll improve the appearance of your content.
Another technical aspect that content marketers generally skip is encoding image tags to all the images. The alt tags of the visuals you cover in your content are vital, as they’re another sign of how you’re targeting articles. Search bots cannot see the images – however, they’ll scan the alt tags and add this info in the manner they index your pages.
To get the most out from SEO, content marketers these days should know this that the quality of external links included in content is much more necessary than their quantity. That’s why it’s better to make sure you are linking to relevant, well-ranking and good PR websites with solid online reputation – not simply any website. It’s also helpful to link back to sites that have connected to you, as this brings back traffic later on.
Another dangerous practice when it includes links is using useless anchor text. This wastes valuable SEO opportunities because the anchor texts signify to the reader and to look bots what the link is regarding about and the way it will be beneficial to users. Thus, avoid using ‘click here’ as an anchor text and ensure you pick for a range of anchor texts, and not using a similar text over and over again that will be seen as spammy.
There is also another common mistake once including internal links that you really should look out for. Typically, it’s essential to assume your top-performing pages and think about injecting links to them in your content. This is often a way to provide them visibility and make further traction. But ensure you don’t comprise internal links only for the sake of arranging them in a piece of writing if they don’t match the topic and focus of the composition.
As with keyword stuffing, it’s crucial to observe out and not exaggerate internal linking. If the content and links appear unnatural, the work will not be appreciated by your target customers. it might not be favorably treated by search engines either because it is seen as a dishonest practice.
SEO isn’t solely about content and keywords. It’s also regarding the condition of your website, significantly its performance on mobile devices, that are users first priority these days. Google and all other search engines will recognize once your website isn’t mobile-friendly.
If you haven’t thought of a sleek mobile experience for your audience, your grade on search engines will be jeopardized. A similar concept goes for load speed, as it is also an important factor as far as search engines are concerned. You shouldn’t be shocked if a slow website results in lower SERP. You can use online tools like Pingdom and GT Metrix to research where the speed issues come from and the way to repair them.
Optimization contains a social dimension also. After you are distributing your content on social media, one among your main purpose is to induce the awareness of users who have a major online influence. This indicates that their content gets noticed by each your readers and by search engines. That’s why it’s vital to make a connection with such ‘power users’ and to use their reliability to market your content.
Another side of this can be submitting your blog posts or website promo to social sites like Digg, Reddit, or Quora while not having a power user. It’s abundantly easier to create noise about your content once the user sharing it has plausibility on that network. Building link and doing structured reach via influencers is an essential part of your optimization plan.
Last but not least, the sole way to understand if your SEO optimization and content efforts work are to trace their growth. Several marketers would ignore the numbers, however, this is often a heavy set of mistake. setting up and frequently reviewing your analytics is crucial for your optimization results.
Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools are simply two of the most amazing tools you can use to calculate and acquire a summary of your website’s performance. With their help, you’ll be able to see how your optimization is functioning for numerous types of content and using various ways you’re attempting to reach out to your targetted audience.
Search engine optimization is a crucial part of any content promoting strategy these days. While you can notice lots of recommendation online, creating a variety of typical SEO mistakes is kind of common. Instead, it’s better to urge well acquainted with the challenges that others have experienced and avoided them in your promoting efforts. These ten errors have evidenced quite widespread so that they are currently easier to recognize before you make them.
Hope you had learned a lot of the top 10 most common SEO mistakes,
People usually raise this question that why they should use WordPress rather than other different free blogging services like Blogger, Ghost, Tumblr, etc? Medium can prove to be a quick growing free blogging platform that permits anyone to form stories and have their own personal area on the net. in this article, we are going to compare WordPress vs Medium with the pros and cons of both the platforms.
Medium proves to be a free on-line community where anyone can share their stories. It’s simple to use, reliable, and has integral social networking options.
However, at the end, ou do not own Medium. It is owned by ‘A Medium Corporation’, and they can plan to shut it down, announce new evaluation plans, or cancel your account at any time.
On the contrary, WordPress permits you to possess your own content. Since you own your website, you’ve got full power over your information and who you want to share it with.
When you are using Medium, you’re promoting their complete brand alongside your stories. You can’t monetize that. If you’re not a known author, chances are high that Medium users would not bear your name in mind reading a story on Medium.
The medium also displays content from different authors as next recommended option for you to read below your own story which results in your users going away to browse articles by different brands and authors.
On WordPress, you’ve got full control on how you would like to push your brand or yourself. As your website grows overall, you alone decide the way to take advantage of your content and brand recognition.
Your content, ideas, and concepts are recognized by your name alone.
Since you’ve got full ownership of your WordPress website, you’ll be able to do plenty more to increase the time users spend on your website.
Medium permits you to decide a layout for your publication. You add your own brand logo, background color, or image to the header. For layout, you can select grid or stream type of layout. This drag and drop editor is incredibly simple to use and offers multiple customization choices. For more choice of plugins, you can click here.
However, still, your publications look is restricted to the alternatives offered in Medium. you can not select your own style and layout for your website.
On the other hand, there are thousands of free and paid WordPress themes out there in the market. These themes are designed by professionals with innovative styles and unlimited customization choices.
WordPress themes provide unlimited style possibilities
WordPress provides you the pliability to create a website that appears uniquely yours. If you can spend a little more bucks, then you can easily get designers and developers to give exact shape to your imagination.
Medium permits you to export your data in HTML format. This makes it tough to export your data into alternative platforms like WordPress. Responses and likes on your articles can not be exported.
Setting up redirects from Medium to WordPress is almost impossible. even though you’re using a custom domain on Medium, you’ll still need to manually setup a redirect for each and every story on your new platform.
As an open source platform, WordPress provides you freedom to maneuver all of your content. you’ll be able to import/export your data from WordPress using data retriever plugins.
You can additionally import/export users and comments. WordPress also comes with superb backup plugins that permit you to revive and migrate your website to a replacement host or perhaps a brand new name.
Medium comes with in-depth documentation and a price ticket based support system. Currently, support is free for all users. Answers are provided by Medium employees and their reaction time depends on the amount of support requests they have in que and need to be finished fast on priority.
WordPress is a community driven project. It powers over twenty-sixth of all websites on the web. Free community support is offered by through WordPress.org website.
Apart from that, you may notice WordPress support on infinite third-party platforms like StackExchange, YouTube, SitePoint, etc.
Medium is a completely hosted platform, which implies you don’t need to worry regarding the software package. Your content is served by extremely secure Medium servers. Your non-public info is kept secure using the necessary security measures.
WordPress is a self-hosted platform. this means that only you are answerable for safety and security of your web property. WordPress is well-known for its fast response to security problems with immediate updates that are automatically fixed on several WordPress sites.
Medium is a private company owned by ‘A Medium Corporation’. Currently, the body has restricted monetization choices offered by partnerships with choose brands for fewer publishers.
We don’t know for sure what the fate holds for Medium. It will survive and build dollars grow as an organization, or is it going to disappear like dozens of different other free content hosting services preceding it.
WordPress is an open source project, managed by a community of thousands of freelance developers and users. WordPress Foundation protects the legal freedoms of WordPress that ensures that the project can continue even though core developers leave the project.
It has been around for over thirteen years and has grown up into the biggest content management system within the world. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that WordPress is going to be around us for years to come.
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Web Giant Google is thinking of new possibilities every second and trying to implement all those thoughts into reality by making an app or a platform for it, which eventually facilitates its users and ease them to face their real life problems whether it is at work or anywhere around them.
Today we are going to talk about 10 google apps you probably didn’t know about.
Google owns a vast empire of apps and platforms those are secret or publicly helping out people in their day-to-day life challenges.
10 Google apps you probably didn’t know about are:
Google Contributor helps sites or blogs those are earning money by your visit on to their particular sites. It could be with the help Google Adsense or Direct Marketing or any other means of marketing.
It simply asks you to contribute a certain amount of money for these sites so that it won’t show you unnecessary ads and banners to promote external products or services instead it deducts the amount directly from your contributor amount and pays it to the site owner.
So, instead of suffering from unwanted ads, you can put your to-do list on that ad space or your family picture etc.
Under which, Google worked on some very interesting known projects such as Project Loon, Waymo, Wing, Glass and Barge. You can read about those projects here.
Zygote Body, formerly known as Google Body, is a detailed 3D Model of a human body which was developed for the educational purpose and to understand human body better.
Many people took advantage of google body for their science projects since it elaborates every possible bit of knowledge about the human body in the best possible manner.
We all know how important it is to keep an eye on our loved ones and their daily commutes.
Well, google latitude solves the problem, as with the help of google latitude, you can know whereabouts of your friends and family.
It works by tracking your cell phone location and sending the coordinates to a common platform where your group members can check your existing location or your past location.
Only people whom you acknowledge have access to check your real-time location.
PS : Google Latitude is now retired
Google Code is a place which offers a free collaborative development environment for open source projects.
It was basically a place for external developers to submit their code and to get a chance to work with google over it. Now it is segregated into Google Developers and Google Code Project Hosting
Google Fast Flip was an online news collector that mimicked the experience of turning pages of a newspaper or a magazine in real life.
To know more about the fast flip, you can check it’s Wikipedia page.
PS : Google Fast Flip is retired.
Google Ngram Viewer visualize the rise and fall of particular keywords across 5 million books and 500 years, which works as a real help for all the authors and art lovers to understand the frequency of any particular genre of words.
Google Base is a place to submit your online or offline content for public to read it. It could be your personal blog or a recipe or something that interests a niche audience.
PS : Google Base is retired.
Google creative lab 5 is a one year, paid program in google creative lab where you can work on things big, small and ideally first of it’s kind within Google.
Usually, people think what’s the FUSS about the most or the best-googled terms of any year.
At the end of every year, GOOGLE releases a list containing most googled terms of that particular year.
Most Googled terms of 2016 are as follows:
1) Pokémon Go
2) iPhone 7
3) Donald Trump
6) David Bowie
10) Suicide Squad
The most popular search on Google in 2016 was undoubtedly Pokémon Go which shook the world with its record-breaking release downloads from Google Playstore and Appstore, followed by iPhone 7 and Donald Trump. The No. 1 search term hit the heights in the month of July when everyone was going crazy with Pokémon Go.
The No. 1 search term hit the heights in the month of July when everyone was going crazy with Pokémon Go.
Prince’s, an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer, sudden demise on April 21 pushed the artist into the top five most searched terms for the year.
“Powerball” also made the top five after the biggest lottery drawing in US history happened back in January, followed by two major movies of the year 2016 Suicide Squad and Deadpool.
Slither.io made his spot on 9th position, a game so addictive and a time-killer can do it anytime.
You can find Google’s full list of search trends for the year at Google’s Year in Search 2016.