"Google" is a verb that has been used in everyday language for quite some time. We google ourselves through the internet and search for answers to all important and unimportant questions about life. It is therefore hardly surprising that people also google the topic of relocation for tips and tricks. We have put together a list of the most bizarre Google inquiries around the topic of relocation.
Attempt # 1 "Moving is ..."
As many of you already know, Google search is personalized. The previous search history and location are only two contributing factors here. The first attempt we start with the words "relocation is".
This first search result is rather special. At first glance it seems familiar: "Moving to a new house is no reason to cancel your gym subscription!". Becoming lazy after moving is therefore no alternative. But who would have done something as drastic? "Moving is almost like dying" - how macabre! The other search results are probably not all that amazing. Moving to a new home can be stressful, exhausting and rather expensive. That's probably not big news. To what extent relocation is a "matter of trust" is not immediately clear though. One can only assume that some people find it difficult to trust the helpers and furniture moving companies.
Attempt # 2 "Moving can ..."
The second attempt started with the words "moving can". Here, too, some of the search results one would expect but there were some funny combinations too. Whether or not the cost of moving can be deducted from taxes is a question many people are asking on the internet. Caring for pets seems to be another important issue: "Moving to a new house, the cat can no longer go outside". Here too most people agree that moving can be incredibly exhausting ... "I just cannot move to a new house anymore". If you start this search, forum discussions with the sentence "I just have to start venting" pop up. To ensure that your move is a bit easier and you don't have too much to complain about, we've put together tips & tricks on our blog.
Attempt # 3 "Moving must ..."
This search in the context of bizarre Google searches, is unfortunately a little uninteresting. People google for information that is understandable. Here are the results: