Tag archive: Searchmetrics

Introducing Content Experience

  Creating new content, developing a new idea or pouring resources into a new product is always fraught with risk, for businesses both large and small. Even when you’re reasonably sure you’re on the right track (in our case, focusing on agile content creation backed by deep learning), you must wait patiently for that “Aha! moment. ” It’s […]

September 22nd, 2016 | Events, General, Product Notes, SEO News No comments

At Searchmetrics, big data is not only the heart and soul of our Enterprise Suite, it’s a the passion that drives our team. That’s why we celebrate when one of our own directs such enthusiasm toward helping make the world work and play better. Data scientist Abhishek Thakur recently took home awards in the U.S. […]

May 12th, 2016 | About us No comments

by Tyson Stockton and Sebastien Edgar    When Google evolves, search quakes. As the search giant, Bing and others tinker (sometimes publicly, sometimes not) with their respective algorithms, marketers must always remain on war footing to respond quickly to the seismic ripples that such actions could bring to their businesses, according to presentations at the […]

May 11th, 2016 | Events 1 comment

collision | kəˈliZHən/ | noun an instance of one moving object or person striking violently against another. Synonyms: crash, accident, impact, smash, bump, hit, fender bender, wreck, pileup An  event of two or more records being assigned the same identifier or location in memory. From the definition above, Collision sounds like something that should be avoided all […]

May 6th, 2016 | Events No comments
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Access to the autocomplete API is set to be restricted as of today, 10 August 2015, according to an official post on the Google Webmaster Central Blog. From now on users who wish to continue to have autocomplete functionality on their site are being guided towards Google Custom Search Engine. Meanwhile, for keyword research tools, […]

August 10th, 2015 | Analysis 7 comments
blogpost ranking factors 2015

The Searchmetrics Ranking Factors study 2015 for Google.com is finally here! Once again we made the annual epic journey to the center of our data pool, analyzed, averaged and correlated for our lives, and more than once burned the midnight oil. Our mission as always: To figure out just what it is the top-ranking sites […]

July 30th, 2015 | Analysis 23 comments
Searchmetrics Universal Search Infographic

“Since April 2007 search engine result listings have been more than just a series of 10 blue links. Almost six years ago Google began to integrate boxes containing additional media which appears in-between the actual organic search results. Those – depending on how relevant they are to the search query – also generate higher click […]

March 28th, 2013 | Analysis 10 comments

That my friends, has to be one if not the most common question we’ve been asked since becoming the stealth marketing martial monks for the folks here at Searchmetrics. If there’s one thing that SEOs want to know, when it comes to tools, it’s… “Where’s this data coming from?” Pretty graphs are great, but if […]

November 14th, 2012 | About us, Searchmetrics Moments 25 comments

One of the first things you should do when you get a new client with an established SEO program is do competition research and a content audit so you can plan a cohesive strategy. Correctly identifying the true competitors in your search query spaces is important because they often provide good indicators of what type […]

August 30th, 2012 | Analysis 2 comments

I have another quick post for you all. We have just finished presenting our new Searchmetrics Essentials software (which includes modules for monitoring search and social media marketing) in London, Paris and New York, before going live at  DMEXCO  in Cologne. For SMX New York we threw a VIP party in Manhattan to celebrate the […]

October 5th, 2011 | About us, Events 7 comments
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