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人们上谷歌都求助哪些问题?

Barb Darrow 2017年09月10日

谷歌整理了历史数据,总结出了十个全球搜索量最大的“怎么做”问题。

人们经常上谷歌搜索很多东西,比如棒球统计数据、电影场次和新闻报道。在谷歌上搜索“某件事怎么做”的人也越来越多(我自己就是例子:几个月前我家的马桶堵住了,我叫专业人士来修之前就先上谷歌搜了搜)。

一周前,谷歌整理了历史数据,总结出了十个全球搜索量最大的“怎么做”问题,分别是:

1:怎么打领带

2:怎么接吻

3:怎么怀上孩子

4:怎么减肥

5:怎么画画

6:怎么赚钱

7:怎么做薄饼

8:怎么写求职信

9:怎么做法式吐司

10:怎么减掉肚子上的赘肉

奇怪的是,马桶堵塞问题并未上榜,不过谷歌一篇博客提到过,“怎么修马桶”是美国和加拿大地区最受关注的问题之一,而日本、中国香港和韩国地区的用户似乎更关心怎么修洗衣机。

如果想了解更地区差异,可以看看那篇分地区总结“某件事怎么做”的谷歌博客。

上周五,我在谷歌上输入了“怎样修”之后,列表出现热门搜索内容如下:

People use Google search for many things. Looking up baseball stats, movie times, and news articles. But increasingly they're also asking Google how to do things. (I can attest to this: when my toilet wouldn't stop running a few months back I queried Google before calling in a professional.)

Google, on Friday, crunched its search data and compiled a global top 10 list of "how to" queries. They are:

1: how to tie a tie

2: how to kiss

3: how to get pregnant

4: how to lose weight

5: how to draw

6: how to make money

7: how to make pancakes

8: how to write a cover letter

9: how to make french toast

10: how to lose belly fat

Oddly, the toilet question didn't crack the worldwide list, although a related Google (googl, -0.36%) blog post notes that "how to fix a toilet" is a top question in the U.S. and Canada, while fixing washing machines seems to be a bigger concern for people in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.

If you want to know more about those geographic differences, check out the Google post that breaks down "how to fix X" queries by region.

On Friday, entering "How to fix" into the Google search bar, yielded the following:

显然“硬污垢”和“粘污垢”让不少人头疼得很。

关于搜索结果还要补充一点。如果喜欢看视频学习而不是读书,也可以在YouTube上找答案,YouTube早就被谷歌收购了。几年前,一位单亲妈妈说她儿子和几位高中朋友要参加正式活动,之前就直接通过视频学习打领结。后来儿子告诉她,YouTube“比老爸还管用”。(财富中文网)

译者:Charlie

审校:夏林

Apparently "hard slime" and "sticky slime" are now things.

One caveat with these results. Those who like to learn by seeing rather than reading may well turn to YouTube—another Google property—for tips. A few years back, a single mother reported that her son and his high school friends who had to attend a formal event went straight to video to learn how to tie their bow ties. YouTube, he later informed her, "is the father I never had."

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