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Bulgaria in, Greece out of, Google Zeitgeist

20 June 2014 / 19:06:49  GRReporter
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The statistics are interesting but their nature is too partial and fragmented in order to make general conclusions.

In conclusion I will share two things. The first is that I look forward and hope to become a full part of the digital map of the world. The absence of some of the data from Google Trends and the absence of Greece from a ranking such as Google Zeitgeist shows that although we are technologically advancing in terms of our connectivity to the Internet, yet our region is not considered as particularly important. The second is that the data show that, although we are not taken seriously, the Balkans follow the world trends and use the most popular websites and services. I want to associate this with the conclusions that I made above about the fact that we are increasingly seeking information about, and a solution to, a problem on the Internet. It seems to me that the next step is to learn to filter out this information by verifying it. Thus we will be both useful to ourselves when it comes to diets or love problems and we will also have an active civil position and will be able to make an informed choice in terms of different public activities rather than an emotional and externally influenced one.


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