More of the crazy s**t people search for on Google (infographic)

25 Jul 2014

Following the infographic ‘The crazy s**t people search for on Google’ comes a collection of more of the crazy s**t people look up on the internet search giant. This time, people are wondering how to twerk and cook meth.

This follow-up infographic also comes from Search Factory. The search engine optimisation and search engine marketing firm used Google’s Keyword Planner tool to come up with the content on the new infographic.

‘How to twerk’ generated 165,000 average monthly searches, the highest figure on the infographic. This is followed by ‘How to delete Facebook’, with an average of 90,500 searches per month, and ‘What is the meaning of life?’, pulling in 74,500 average monthly searches.

The infographic reveals Google users also wanted to know how to cook meth (6,600 average monthly searches), whether they could marry their cousin (590 average monthly searches), and 22,200 searches asked ‘What is Facebook?’

Google search image via Annette Shaff via Shutterstock

Tina Costanza was a journalist and sub-editor at Silicon Republic