Tag archive: study

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We are gathered here to formally acknowledge that Universal Ranking Factors are dead. The new kings of search will be online marketers who master the fact that signals for relevance have been replaced by specific ranking factors based on search intent and industry relevance, according to the Searchmetrics Ranking Factors study, “Rebooting Ranking Factors.” Content […]

December 13th, 2016 | Analysis 1 comment
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The end of the year is a time for reflection, planning and preparation for the coming new year. But it also gives us a chance to become more mindful of our approach and seize the opportunity to do things differently.  That’s why we’re rebooting our annual Searchmetrics Ranking Factors whitepaper, available for download beginning December […]

December 1st, 2016 | Analysis 1 comment
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This year we introduced a brave new type of infographic in our annual Ranking Factors Study. We are really pleased about all the positive feedback we received for the deck of cards design. Nevertheless, many friends of Searchmetrics have expressed difficulty in correctly interpreting it. Hence this post. Let us briefly delve into the curious, […]

September 11th, 2015 | About us 14 comments

ATTENTION THIS HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEARCHMETRICS’ US GOOGLE RANKING FACTORS STUDY:  OK, so you have doubts about Searchmetrics’ US Google Ranking Factors – Rank Correlation 2013 study… Earlier this week, we announced our US Google Ranking Factors – Rank Correlation 2013 study. This tries to identify the key factors that well-positioned pages have […]

June 28th, 2013 | Analysis, General 17 comments
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It’s done. After weeks of data aggregation, evaluations, analyzing, processing, interpreting, and making the corresponding graphic implementations, it is finally finished: the 2013 Searchmetrics Ranking Factors for Google USA, also known as the 2013 Ranking Correlation (only sounds sillier). Once again, we have evaluated the 30 first search results of 10,000 keywords, thereby analyzing 300,000 […]

June 27th, 2013 | Analysis 92 comments

The biggest unknown in SEO is always the algorithm. Many myths and rumors surround the “what” and “how” of Google results. Although SEO experts won’t be able to know the specific algorithm used, by examining the data you can figure out how best to influence results. At Searchmetrics, we continually aggregate billions of data points […]

June 7th, 2012 | Analysis 86 comments