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Ever Googled something? They have an autocomplete results, which shows what is most searched for what you’re looking for. We decided to play around with this with some U.S. airlines, and here’s what we found. Here’s a look at the first result that comes up for the following airlines.
How autocomplete works:
Google makes search predictions based on factors, like popularity or similarity. When you choose a prediction, you do a search using the term you selected.
Where search predictions come from:
- Search terms you type.
- Relevant searches you’ve done in the past, if you’re signed in to your Google Account and have Web & App Activity turned on.
- What other people are searching for, including trending searches. Trending searches are popular topics in your area that change during the day and aren’t related to your search history. To get current trending searches, go to Google Trends.
Here’s a look at the 1st Google autocomplete results when searching for some U.S. airlines:
- American: Why is American Airlines So Bad
- Delta: Why is Delta Air Lines So Expensive
- United: Why is United Airlines So Bad
- Southwest: Why is Southwest Airlines So Cheap
- JetBlue: Why is JetBlue Airlines Good
So based on this account, we found that American and United are bad airlines, Delta is an expensive airline, Southwest is a cheap airline, and JetBlue is a good airline.
Has anyone else seen some crazy search suggestions when googling travel questions before? Feel free to share in the comments below.