I went to the COEX exhibition last weekend, and there are many exhibitions going on, and I was curious which of them would occupy the search data. Since COEX always hosts various exhibitions, wouldn’t one of the exhibitions held at COEX take the top spot? I thought about it, but let’s check what the actual search data is like.
Which exhibitions do you search the most?
Listening Mind Hubble Search Azerbaijan Mailing Data Results
Listening Mind Exhibition Search Result Graph
I searched for ‘exhibition’ on Listening Mind Hubble. ‘Exhibition’ is steadily taking the top spot, and ‘Exhibition’ also appears to be in the rankings without a big change. As of September 22, the search data for ‘Haribo Exhibition’ has risen. It received a lot of search data for 5 months and became popular. In March 2023, ‘Edward Hopper Exhibition’ and ‘David Hockney Exhibition’ rose together.
Keywords related to the Listening Mind exhibition
Looking at related keywords, keywords that are searched for when an exhibition has not been decided, such as ‘Seoul exhibition’ and ‘Seoul exhibition recommendation’, are also at the top. Keywords such as ‘Maurizio Cattelan Exhibition Reservation’ appear along with the exhibition name.
So what are the top exhibitions represented by search data? Based on upload date Hubble search data, we have organized the top 10 exhibitions.
(*Based on exhibition/exhibition name, combined ranking of CW Leads keyword search volume related to the exhibition)Users are looking for a variety of exhibitions, from art exhibitions to comics and beauty. Of these, the top 3 artist exhibitions have a high search volume. In particular, ‘Maurizio Cattelan Exhibition’ was not visible on the graph, but search data was received with related keywords such as ‘Maurizio Cattelan Exhibition Reservation’ and ‘Catelan Exhibition Reservation’.