How We Connected in 2006: The Year's Most Popular Searches at the Experience Project

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Relationships top list; Kramer and Colbert intertwine with friends, crime and love at the social network of human experience.

The Experience Project (, the social network that connects members who have similar life experiences, today released its most popular search terms of 2006. The list reveals the dazzling spectrum of human experience, providing insight into the topics, issues and people that impacted our lives in 2006.

The Experience Project Overall Top 15 Searches are:

1) Relationships

2) Friends

3) Love

4) Drugs

5) Depression

6) Kiss

7) Colbert

8 Crime

9 School

10) Health

11) Kramer

12) Cheating

13) Father

14) Lost Love

15) Abuse

"Some issues in life are universal, such as relationships, friends and health, so it is not surprising that people are turning to The Experience Project to quickly find others who really understand their personal situation. But as no one is defined by any single thing, it is very exciting to see the sheer breadth of how people are connecting to each other in the community, incorporating elements of extraordinary experiences, daily life and pop culture," said Armen Berjikly, CEO of Experience Project.

Experience Project is a social network that connects members based on life experiences, for example uniting mothers with breast cancer, without exposing their real-world identities. The more experiences two members have in common, the stronger the link -- and the mutual understanding, leading to highly credible support as well as new friendships.

A weekly, daily and yearly "Zeitgeist," capturing the community "spirit" in their respective time period, are all available at

About Experience Project

Experience Project connects thousands of new friends daily based on who they are, not who they know, using common life experiences to build networks between members. Entering public beta in September 2006, the thriving community has received international coverage in the likes of, CNET and Wired. The community is located at


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