Wednesday, 06 May 2015 13:41

Patent is the Most Searched Word for the United States

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In a world where people use copious amount of time searching for things online via search engines, curiosity begs to know what are people really searching for when it comes to particular nations. took this curiosity by the horns and investigated deeper. Unsurprisingly, their results revealed that every nation yielded unique results, some as expected and some rather perplexing. For the United States, in particular, the object word “patent” was the most google searched word in 2015 so far.

In April 2015, as part of their mission to find out what people around the world are really curious about virtually,, a cost estimating website constructed a formula to investigate what people were were really searching, especially in relation to each country in the world. As part of their research, they used the autocomplete formula “How much does * cost [x country] into Google search engine. As such, Google autocomplete results were predominantly based on the time of the search, searcher’s history and the location of the search.

As it was revealed, when it came to the United States, people were highly curious about patents, and more specifically, how much does it cost to obtain a patent in the United States.

Other notable searches for each nation that people were googling the most about were:

How much a camel costs in Egypt

How much a BMW costs in Germany

How much a watermelon costs in Japan

How much a coke costs in Taiwan





Baer, Drake, The most Googled products in every country in one crazy map, c. Business Insider, Inc., 2015, 




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Kaustubh Nadkarni

Mr. Nadkarni earned his bachelor’s degree in Engineering Arts from Michigan State University, his Master’s degree in Finance and Six Sigma Management Science from University of Miami, his law degree from Nova Southeastern University and his Master of Laws degree in Intellectual Property from University of New Hampshire, formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center.

Mr. Nadkarni is a member of the Florida Bar, the Southern District of Florida Federal Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has also successfully passed the United States Patent and Trademark Office Registration Examination. As a Patent Attorney, he concentrates his practice in Patent Prosecution, Patent Litigation, Trademark Prosecution and other Intellectual Property litigation matters. Mr. Nadkarni is fluent in Hindi, Marathi, Urdu and functional in French. He is a member of American Intellectual Property Association, Miami Beach Bar Association and a Board Member of the Fairchild Palms.