Taylor Swift is not only the top one when it comes to selling music. Recently, google reveals to us how famous Taylor Swift is on the internet.
Google’s Big Reveal This International Women’s Day On Taylor Swift
In honor of International Women’s Day, google talks about the survey and reveals to us the results. The survey that Google conducts is regarding the “Most-searched for Women of 2020.”
The one artist in the music industry that is most-searched-for is Taylor Swift. Our 30-year-old, Miss Americana artist is one of the most famous artists ever. Amongst her recent achievements, one is wining the best selling artist of 2019 by IFPI.
She is also one of the world’s highest-paid women in music of 2019. Billboard honors Taylor Swift as the Woman of the Decade. Indeed, it is a long time, and Taylor is finally getting all the rewards she’s worked so hard for.
Google Reveals Other Top Women In Different Genre
Taylor Swift is not the only one who is getting the privilege of being the most-searched-for women on Google. We have other women in the running, and only they are the top in their fields.
The most-searched-for women when it comes to sports is Serena Williams. In the comedy business, Awkwafina takes away the top spot by being the most-searched-for women in comedy.
In the list of female authors, Toni Morrison stands strong by being the most-searched-for women in the literature business. Google gives out these results on the 8th of March 2020. It is a gesture of appreciation and respect by Google to the women of various industries.
Other Reveals By Google On This International Women’s Day
Google also includes data on most-searched-for songs the empower girls. In the U.S the search for songs on girl power reach an all-time high. Since 2004 in the U.S, the search interest regarding “women’s empowerment” increases by 330%.
For women in technology, the search interest increases by 860% since 2004 in the United States. This International Women’s Day Google tries something new and surprises us all the results and numbers.
We are all proud to see the stark improvement in areas of regular interest concerning women. Hopefully, by the next few years, we will see better!