The following are retail search terms around the world with the largest increase in hits for the week ending January 29, according to Experian Hitwise.*

" Cream Chilled Electronic" was one of the top searches by internet shoppers in the UK over the week ending January 29. The term refers to the regular dance /trance music compilation album released by organizers of the Creamfields dance festival. The CD box set is available to buy on for £10.99 (€12.88).

The title of the latest book from Judith Sheindlin , otherwise known as " Judge Judy" from the popular American TV show of the same name, was also one of the top search terms in the UK. Sheindlin's latest book entitled "Beauty Fades, Dumb Is Forever " is, according to Publishers Weekly, "aimed at women trying to make it in male dominated workplaces and traditional marriages." The book retails on for £18.95 (€22.22).

In Singapore the generic "baby bed to buy in Singapore" was one of the most popular search terms, followed by "Sim Lim Square price list ." The latter term refers to technology and I.T shopping hub Sim Lim Square located on Canal Road in southern Singapore . " Adidas Ransom" trainers were also a popular search term: the newly released footwear retails at various online outlets for between roughly €80 and €120.

In Australia retailers "Woolworths" and "Harvey Norman" were popular search terms as was " Grays online ." GraysOnline ( ) is an online retail and auction company. Sellers on the site offer a huge variety of products including wine, rugs, consumer electronics and even motor vehicles.

Data for the USA was not available at the time of writing, February 2 10:30 GMT.

Experian Hitwise* - Fast-moving search terms under the industry category Shopping and Classifieds, ranked by the largest percentage increase for the week ending January 29 compared with the week ending January 22.