Tag archive: Quick Analysis

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Within a few weeks, Google has tweaked its core algorithm and rolled out an update for the second time without officially anouncing it. According to our quick analysis, this update seems to be primarily concerned with trending keywords as well as temporary search intentions related to informational (shorthead) keywords. First-glance-winners are first and foremost media […]

June 19th, 2015 | Analysis 42 comments
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Mobilegeddon is here – is it? At least, Google has announced to begin globally rolling out the mobile-friendly update in the early morning today, April 21st. From now on, the mobile user-friendliness of websites is obviously a global ranking signal. We have analyzed our data, but can’t see any bigger movements or winners/losers yet. UPDATE […]

April 21st, 2015 | Analysis 27 comments
Searchmetrics Insights

In the recent days the rumors of a new Google update went viral. Many webmasters have seen ranking fluctuations, but so far Google has not provided any detailed information. We had a look at the changes on search engine results pages, which mainly affect brands e-commerce and apparently mobile rankings. Both developments seem to not […]

February 8th, 2015 | Analysis 37 comments
Google Panda Update 4.1

The new Panda Update is here. About 4 months after the release of Panda 4.0, Google has announced a new iteration of the algorithm update via the Google+-Profile of an employee on Thursday. The rather “slow” rollout already started early this week and is supposed to last till the beginning of next. Depending on the […]

September 26th, 2014 | Analysis 162 comments
Searchmetrics Analysis: https vs http

Google recently announced that it would use https as a ranking signal. Reason enough for us to look at our data and analyze whether there are any current effects – and whether it is already evident that https sits could have a ranking advantage over http-URLs. The news was not entirely unexpected as Google has […]

August 29th, 2014 | Analysis 75 comments
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This post was updated on 01/24/2014 (conclusion section). On Monday, searchengineland.com wrote about the -25% organic visibility drop of expedia.com. We provided the guys from SEL with some data and a few screenshots of our software, the Suite. Now, I want to provide you with a deeper analysis for a closer look at what may […]

January 22nd, 2014 | Analysis 26 comments
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For most Searchmetrics Essentials users, the standard setup – with its simple, intuitive interface – will probably suffice. However, anyone wanting to go deeper will be excited to satisfy their need for granularity with Essentials’ unique customized reports. Agencies and Freelancers performing SEO for clients in particular, can use these evaluations to create their own […]

January 25th, 2012 | Essentials, General 2 comments

What a surprise! Once again, I’m introducing a new feature from the Searchmetrics Suite and one that I’m very much looking forward to working with when it finally goes live today. And, it’s all about analyzing subdirectories and subdomains using the Quick Analysis database. Why is this so important? I’ll explain that in a minute. […]

July 14th, 2011 | General, Product Notes 2 comments

Here’s the weekly scores from the Weekly Overview section of our Searchmetrics Suite. This week I’ll be showing winners & losers by performance index score (what we call absolute) and, also, by percentage. What’s the difference? Winners & Losers Absolute: We check our multi-terabyte database for the highest increase, or decrease in the performance index […]

Every week, we gather a lot of data from the Web, analyze it, and then display it in various forms on our flagship product, the Searchmetrics Suite. Within the Suite’s Quick Analysis tool, there’s a feature called the Weekly Movers & Shakers, which displays the top 100 domains with the greatest gains and losses from […]

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