Tag archive: Visibility

Mobile Robot - Searchmetrics

Are the top domains ready for the Google mobile update? We have taken a look at the 100 domains with the highest SEO visibility and analyzed them for mobile friendliness with the help of the Google ‘mobile-friendly’ test. Google has recently announced that the optimization for mobile devices will be evaluated as a ranking signal […]

April 2nd, 2015 | Analysis 4 comments
Searchmetrics Analysis: https vs http

We have made a new analysis of HTTP vs. HTTPS and it seems as using a secure connection could be an advantage for webmasters in different perspectives – both from the point of SEO and to user-trust-signal it conveys. In August 2014, Google announced the secure connection to be an official ranking signal. Our recent […]

March 3rd, 2015 | Analysis 15 comments
Searchmetrics Rising-Falling-Stars

As another year in SEO ends, it’s time to take a look back at the rising and the falling stars in SEO Visibility for 2014, and most importantly, why the rankings changed. First, there is much more quality to be found in the search results, no doubt due to the effects of Panda, Penguin & […]

January 19th, 2015 | Analysis 16 comments
SEO High-Flyer Searchmetrics

Recent studies show: The number of people in need of a vacation who still personally book their flight to the destination of their dreams at a travel agency has significantly decreased in recent years. Conversely, the number of online bookings is steadily increasing – with an upward trend. Who are the top players? Who has […]

August 3rd, 2013 | Analysis No comments

WAIT; if you haven’t already, please go read PART I to understand the metrics we’ve used and see the regular season standings! Welcome back again my search geeking, pig skin loving friend! It’s time to have a look at how the Conference playoffs worked out. For those of you that were with us last time, […]

September 11th, 2012 | Analysis, Test-Reports 1 comment

Two months ago the New York Times published an article with the headline “The Dirty Little Secrets of Search“. They where able to prove that US department store J.C.Penney used excessive linkbuilding practices on its online store, violating Google’s Web master rules. Google reacted immediately and many of J.C.Penney’s keywords lost their rankings in Google’s […]

May 18th, 2011 | Analysis 19 comments

There’s been a fair bit of interest in the analysis we posted last week about Google’s global English language roll out of the Panda algorithm update and we wanted to clarify some things about how we arrived at the data and what it means. This post should help explain why our analysis found that some […]

April 18th, 2011 | Analysis 3 comments