SeeqPod Releases Top 100 Search Terms for 2007: 'The Beatles' Beat 'Linkin Park', 'Justin Timberlake' is Apparently More Popular than 'Led Zeppelin' and 'Nelly' Brings up the Rear

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Search and Discovery Engine, SeeqPod, released today its annual list of top search terms. Among the site's top 100 search terms for calendar year 2007, executed on SeeqPod's Music Search vertical, artists queries ranged from 'Rolling Stones', coming in at number 20 on the list, to 'The Police' at number 95.

SeeqPod users, and artists alike, have been benefiting from our Playable Search results all year, so we thought it would be fun to release the terms that have been most sought after.

    "This year marked many breakthroughs and milestones in the technology and search industry, as well as some significant shifts in the music industry," remarked Kasian Franks, CEO and co-founder, SeeqPod Inc. "SeeqPod users, and artists alike, have been benefiting from our Playable Search results all year, so we thought it would be fun to release the terms that have been most sought after."

THE TOP 20 - For a complete list go to: http://www.seeqpod.com/blog/

1. The Beatles

2. Linkin Park

3. Metallica

4. Pink Floyd

5. Eminem

6. Queen

7. Radiohead

8. Madonna

9. Rihanna

10. Kanye West

11. Daft Punk

12. Justin Timberlake

13. U2

14. Led Zeppelin

15. Akon

16. Bob Dylan

17. Michael Jackson

18. Pearl Jam

19. Coldplay

20. Rolling Stones

The company released several new 'Web 2.0' applications in 2007 including SeeqPod for the iPhone and iPod touch; a 'Did you mean?' function improving the likelihood that a user will find what they are seeking more accurately; and signed on dozens of new partners using the SeeqPod API such as Fuel Friends, Chictini and Umundo, as well as building in Songkick's tour and ticketing resource to the site.

For the complete list of this year's Top 100 SeeqPod Search Terms, go to the SeeqPod blog, 'SeeqGeist' http://www.seeqpod.com/blog/.

ABOUT SEEQPOD

SeeqPod is a search and discovery engine that delivers playable search results. The SeeqPod (pronounced 'seek-pod') algorithm emulates the human brain, the best search and discovery engine on Earth. SeeqPod's vertically targeted crawlers crawl the deepest parts of the web to enable Internet-wide search and discovery of anything that can be linked to and then played, or shared with friends. SeeqPod understands that in the near future most search results will need to be played in one form or another.

Originally developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), SeeqPod Inc. was founded by Kasian Franks, Raf Podowski and Shekhar Lodha in 2005 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California. For more details see http://seeqpod.com.

'Playable Search' is a registered trademark of SeeqPod, Inc.

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