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Yahoo! En Español Site Releases Top 2013 Searches

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Yahoo! Inc. has released its “Year in Review 2013,” highlighting the interests of millions of its users, showing the top stories, favorite topics and personalities of the year. The search giant also compiled a list of top searches in its Yahoo En Español site, which it says, differs from the general Yahoo.com trends. The special coverage of the top searches of the year was presented today on the Yahoo! En Español website, which includes a redesigned format that allows users to view and browse through photos, videos and read about the news that occurred in 2013.  
The top year in review topics for Yahoo! En Español: *   

  • Francisco, the reformer *
  •  Bombs along the finish line of the Boston Marathon *
  • Hugo Chavez’s death and the first year of the post-Chavez era *
  •  Edward Snowden and the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance programs *
  • The Cleveland Monster – Amanda Berry’s escape along with Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight *
  • The royal baby that captured the world *
  • A year of crises and fundamentals for Obamacare *
  • The Syrian War
 To see full list and full story:  http://www.mediamoves.com/2013/12/yahoo-releases-top-2013-searches-by-latinos.html?utm_source=Media+Moves+Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=9c07031c55-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_term=0_1ded95a57a-9c07031c55-108312077#sthash.51ZpdrFt.dpuf

 
 
 
To read full story:http://www.mediamoves.com/2013/12/yahoo-releases-top-2013-searches-by-latinos.html?utm_source=Media+Moves+Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=9c07031c55-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_term=0_1ded95a57a-9c07031c55-108312077

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