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Popularity map based on Google Trends. The data was compiled by Partscatalog from Google for the last six months, based on trending topics, basically showing what people are talking about most in specific areas of the U.S.


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You’d be surprised how accurate their data is. When I decide on search terms I want to own as a dealer, I can see exactly how people search in every county, suburb and street. It’s as simple as drawing a circle on google maps and mining the data within.
 
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You’d be surprised how accurate their data is. When I decide on search terms I want to own as a dealer, I can see exactly how people search in every, county, suburb and street. It’s as simple as drawing a circle on google maps and mining the data within.
Great, now you are making me all paronoid.

Good thing I use duckduckgo
 

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Great, now you are making me all paronoid.

Good thing I use duckduckgo
Different engine, same data. There's no reason to be paranoid since the user data isn't made available. It's just data that being sold by your IP and the company you're using to search.
 

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Different engine, same data. There's no reason to be paranoid since the user data isn't made available. It's just data that being sold by your IP and the company you're using to search.
Well, when do I get my cut.
 

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I for one am not interested in Land Rovers at ALL! way prefer a Bronco. maybe now i will have to google Bronco 10000 times and the data will change🤞
Yes, I learned to drive and to fix cars in my mom’s ‘78 Triumph Spitfire, and later dad had a Sterling 850 (the Brits somehow managed to make a rebadged Acura unreliable) - never ever own an English vehicle unless it is a project/toy (and even then they can be maddening) ...
 

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This in more than enough of a reason to launch this NOW!

I KNOW YOU ARE LISTENING YOU COUARD!
 

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Yes, I learned to drive and to fix cars in my mom’s ‘78 Triumph Spitfire, and later dad had a Sterling 850 (the Brits somehow managed to make a rebadged Acura unreliable) - never ever own an English vehicle unless it is a project/toy (and even then they can be maddening) ...
I had a 79 Spitfire that I bought new, 1 of my favorite vehicles I owned. That being said by year 2 always backed it in the driveway and parked on hills for the inevitable dead battery!
 



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