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Our whitepaper on Universal Search 2018, published earlier this year, established benchmark values for ten of the most important types of universal search integrations, including direct answers, images and videos, news and knowledge graphs. Now we have gone deeper into the data – and have analyzed results for five specific industries. This enables search marketers to […]

June 19th, 2018 | Analysis 2 comments

Odds are you haven’t followed the US Supreme Court’s recent ruling that’s struck down a ban on commercial sports betting in most states and is opening the floodgates to an estimated $150 billion market in wagers at casinos, racetracks, mobile devices and everything in between. In this Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, we’ll examine how this tectonic […]

“Just get to the cloud. There’s no time to waste anymore.” – Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, during a speech in March 2017 Fast forward to Google’s recent annual I/O conference, and it’s clear the cloud train has left the station. Cross channel and cross device, marketing strategies need to “just work” and consider voice, visual, video, natural language […]

May 17th, 2018 | Pulse 1 comment

As search engines take on new smarts seemingly with each passing day, consumers gain access to quality information that can presumably make our lives easier. But it leaves marketers scrambling. Major algorithmic changes can require rethinking your content strategy and endlessly working to ensure content both old and new gets found.  One way to make all these changes […]

Tesla founder Elon Musk deems it more dangerous than nuclear weapons. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg believes the technology will help save us from ourselves. Whether you’re onboard with advances in machine learning, few doubt true artificial intelligence is coming sooner rather than later. Upgrading won’t be optional once the paradigm shift happens. AI will soon manage […]

Quality content is king when you’re trying to get found on the internet. While you may be a word nerd who is a master at spinning the most boring of topics into a memorable treatise, it’s not going to matter if it’s not being read; you have to have a plan to get discovered. That said, one […]

Like a train pulling out of a station, Google’s long-awaited mobile-first initiative represents a journey to new places. The search engine giant on March 26 officially confirmed it will show a preference for returning mobile-optimized pages in search results over results marketers configure for desktop computers. In a special installment of Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, we’ll […]

Let’s face it, anyone who mentions he or she is into search engine optimization at a party is bound to get yawns or polite disinterest while expounding on the subject. Mention you work in content marketing, though, and interest increases. What most people don’t understand is that the two are increasingly becoming intertwined as modern […]

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8 pints in a gallon, 14 pounds in a stone and 10 organic results on the Google SERP. That’s how it used to be: 10 organic results, each with meta description, title and link. Weights and measures haven’t changed much lately but how many organic search results do we have today? Searchmetrics’ new Universal Search […]

March 20th, 2018 | Analysis No comments

It’s madness to predict a giant tourney outcome based on the numbers, right? Well, here at Searchmetrics, we’re all a little mad about March Madness. The betting pools have been filled, the brackets carefully (and not so carefully) chosen – and all that’s left now is the play. I partnered with our in-house data analyst, […]

March 16th, 2018 | Analysis No comments
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