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Google Trends announced on Wednesday that it added YouTube search and video data from 2008 to present.

Google Trends allows users to search any term they’d like and browse search volume statistics, but now users can go to the left panel on Trends, choose “limit to”, and then select YouTube for a closer look at video trends.

Google gave example search query interests on the YouTube Trends blog, such as whether the “Harlem Shake” meme is over, and showcased how Trends provides a more detailed look at videos, terms, and topics overtime.

By the way, Harlem Shake is still going strong.

Go to Google Trends to play with the new YouTube search filter.

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