Searches suggest baby will be a girl, named Alexandra or Charlotte born on the 16th July 2013
London, 3 July 2013 – Online searches for the royal baby grew by 300 per cent in the UK last week, accounting for one in every 12,000 internet searches, according to the latest analysis from Experian using its online competitive intelligence tool, Experian Hitwise
Top five things people want to know about the royal baby are:
James Murray, Digital Insight Manager, Experian Marketing Services commented: “As the royal baby's due date approaches, interest in the name and sex of the baby is creating new levels of excitement amongst the British public. Like all royal occasions, this is both a topic of national interest but also a huge business opportunity for brands. Gambling has really captured the public imagination around this event with 1.3 per cent of all royal baby searches focusing on odds. When it comes specifically to the betting searches, people are more likely to want to bet on the name of the baby rather than the due date.”
Top four outcomes people want to bet on for the royal baby:
James Murray added: “If the wisdom of the crowds is to be believed (through what they search for) then the baby will be a girl, named Alexandra or Charlotte born on the 16th July 2013.”
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