Let Google Search Data Help With Your Halloween Costume

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Is there anything Google search doesn’t help with in today’s society? From shopping, directions, research and information for many other facets of life, the search giant can now help you find the perfect Halloween costume with its Feightgeist tool!

Freightgeist is a sweet new product of Google that utilizes Google Search data to let people see the Halloween costumes that are trending across the United States, as well as in their local region. If you’re tired of being one of the many monsters, super heroes, ghosts and goblins and want to stand out from the crowd, or you just need some ideas on what will be popular at the Halloween office party this Friday, Freightgeist has your answer.¬†Through the wealth of data that is constantly being fed into Google Search, Google pulls in the top 500 searched costumes in the US and local markets across the country to give you the most up-to-date, trendiest guises.

So, before making your final decision on whether you’re going to be Sonic the Hedgehog, Netflix and Chill, or Cousin Eddie from “Christmas Vacation,” check out what’s trending in your town. Or, go against the grain and avoid being one of the dozens Marty McFlys or Doc Browns that are sure to be in attendance at pretty much every Halloween bash from coast to coast.

Summon your¬†costume now! Try out Google’s “Freightgeist” below, or click here to visit the site.

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Tyler Rayome is the Director of the Digital Media Group at Dealer Product Services helping lead the charge for everything digital. In his previous life, Tyler worked the agency grind in downtown Chicago for national and local clients across many verticals. He was instrumental in bringing in digital offerings at a formally traditional agency, and helped grow the business tremendously in a short period of time. In Tyler’s free time, he enjoys playing music with his band, whether its gigging on the weekends at Chicago’s hot spots or recording in the studio.

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