Google fight is a hilarious little bit of fluff where you can ompare how many results are found by Google for two contrasting phrases.
When you type any two words into the boxes, little stick figures appear to fight. In the end, the results are shown so you can compare and contrast the results. For example, if you type hot dog into one box and hamburger into the other, you’ll see that there are 38,700,000 results for hamburger, yet only 4,230,000 for the poor, lowly hot dog.
Yeah, it’s fluff. But take a look at the bottom of the page. Yes, this bit of fluff is connected to a money making business.
Think of Google fight as bait. If you’re interested in which has more results, Marilyn Manson or Marilyn Monroe, then you’re probably a potential client of the money making business.
Find yourself some bait and get fishing.