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iPod amongst most popular holiday search terms

updated 01:00 pm EST, Wed December 15, 2004

\'iPod top holiday search

According to , a leading online competitive intelligence service, the market share of all U.S. visits to Shopping and Classifieds sites reached their highest weekly levels last week, reaching 9.73 percent. The top brand-specific product searches were: "nintendo ds," "playstation 2," "barbie," "barbie.com" and "bowflex." Searches for the term 'ipod' ranked 7th, behind searches for the term 'tracfone' and ahead of searches for "american girl," "yugioh cards" and "xbox."




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  1. koolkid1976

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    What about p@Rn?

    The only reason that didn't rank #1 is because people search for it in many different ways and terms.

  1. Go Bells

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Damn I'm gettin' old

    I don't even know what American Girl is referring too.. Is this people looking for Hot, Steamy american-girl p*** or it something else??

  1. RAVH

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Its a doll

    http://americangirl.com/

    It is a very popular doll(toy) for girls.
    Lots of accesories, furniture, doll furniture etc.
    Each doll has a story.

    I personally like the bitty twins that my daughter has. Also available from American Girl. We are also lucky to live near one of the 2 only retail AG stores in Chicago.

    Enough info??

  1. Go Bells

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    unpost?

    Now i feel like a jerk.. I wish I could unpost my note-- thanks for the info---

    gb

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: unpost

    Why in the h*** would you feel like a jerk for not knowing what some stupid 'fad' toy of the holiday season is (h***, I never heard of it either).

    Of course, I don't know what yugioh cards are, but I assume they're like that Pokemon c*** from a couple of years ago. And what is 'bowflex' doing in there? Well, I guess its like most any other toy. Its wanted around Christmastime, the receivers get excited when they get it, they use it for a couple of months, then it just sits in the corner for the rest of the year. But don't you dare think of throwing it out or selling it! That won't do!

    And I wonder who's typing 'barbie.com' into a search engine? (Probably one of those hijacked IE browser search engines, but all the same).

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