The program that lets you do online searches using your smartphone, tablet or computer has seen an increase in use, with more than two million bsn searches recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau over the past two years, according to data released Monday by the Census Bureau.
The Census Bureau’s bsn portal, launched in 2015, has logged more than 4 million bn searches over the course of the last two years.
But the most popular search engine for the bsn search is Google, which logged more 2.7 million searches.
The bsn-enabled search engine is used by millions of Americans, but the Census data released Tuesday shows the growth of bsn is even more dramatic.
Google searches for “How to program an SBS/BCS (Briefcase Computer System) for online searches” saw a 57 percent increase between 2015 and 2016.
The next-most popular search for the same term in 2016 was “How do I program an AC/DC computer for online search?”
Google also had the highest number of bn results for the term “How Do I program a computer for a BSN (Bassinet-Broadband Network)?.”
For example, “How would you program an iPhone for an S/C/V (Internet Connection System) application?” saw nearly four times as many bn answers as “How could you program a car for an A/V application?”
In the 2016-2017 Census Bureau data, Google and Bing were the top two search engines.
In the first year of the bsbs, Google searches for the “how to” question had more than 8.7 billion results.
In 2016-17, Google had nearly 6.3 billion searches for that query, with Bing at 2.9 billion.
In 2015-2016, Bing had more search queries than Google.