Current Google Insights trends: Quelle.de, watch-movies.net
Friday 06 November 2009
People in Germany continue to search for the the country's biggest catalogue shopping business, Quelle.
Searches for Quelle's website, www.quelle.de and the business name have been trending on Google Insights since the company announced its bankruptcy.
The German mail-order company started selling its goods at heavily discounted prices on November 1 in its last ever sale. Quelle is hoping to deplete its inventory of clothes, shoes and accessories both online and in physical stores across Germany.
Products are selling for up to 30 percent off, with dresses and skirts priced as low as €3.99 and selected shoes selling for €2.99.
Customers continue to head to the German site, located at quelle.de, to make sure they don't miss out on their last chance to purchase goods from the historic company. The sale will continue until stocks are depleted.
The majority of searches for the websites located at watch-movies.net have been originating in the Philippines. People in the United States, Ireland, Canada and the United Kingdom have also used Google to look for the site that provides multiple links to movie-hosting websites.
Users can logon to watch-movies.net to search for links to sites that stream the latest release movies, not yet on DVD. Most links take you to low quality bootlegged versions of the movies but people are eager to view and download movies such as This Is It, Saw VI and Astro Boy for free.
The search terms with the most significant growth worldwide within the last seven days as measured by Google Insights, recorded on November 6 at 8:30 AM GMT are:
1. www.quelle.de (+550%)
2. quelle.de (+450%)
3. watch-movies.net (+300%)
4. dragon age origins (+300%)
5. quelle (+200%)
6. dnf1100 (+100%)
7. world series (+60%)
8. sgk (+60%)
9. tamiflu (+50%)
10. emule island (+50%)
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