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It’s top of the 9th, with two outs and two men on base. Who will win the World Series? There’s plenty of odds-makers out there who might give a betting man or woman a chance at predicting just that. Here at Searchmetrics, we think of numbers in a different way. Our team of intrepid writers […]

October 23rd, 2017 | Analysis No comments
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Milestones such as the Knowledge Graph, Hummingbird and RankBrain have helped bring Google a few steps closer to becoming a perfect search engine. Statistics, semantic theories and structures, and machine learning all play an important role. In the latest Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, guest author Olaf Kopp examines aspects of semantics and machine learning in Google search. […]

Does Google, one of the world’s most dominant search engines, favor its own services online? It’s a hotly debated topic around the globe, with implications for many competitors in the world of organic search. We undertook a proprietary study into whether Google Shopping enjoys favored nation status on Google over competitors. Then we asked experts in the […]

September 28th, 2017 | Analysis, General No comments

With college spring break and the summer vacation travel season just around the corner, we at Searchmetrics thought now would be a good time to compare just who’s ranking for visibility in both paid and organic desktop search. According to Searchmetrics data for the first 13 weeks of this year, travel, search and entertainment not […]

April 10th, 2017 | Analysis 1 comment

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

We have great news for all Excel fans and users: there is now a dedicated Excel add-in for our data, which lets you export data from the Suite straight into Excel. “e4seo” enables you to process large amounts of data from our software and create individual reports without having to use a complicated workaround. And […]

Seldom has the hype surrounding a Google update been so feverish as was the case with the infamous mobile-friendly update. Let me set the scene. Once upon time, back in early April, the mighty Google decreed that sites that do not pass its new mobile-friendly test shall be banished from its mobile kingdom, ahem, rankings, […]

November 4th, 2015 | Analysis 12 comments

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 55 comments

In the beginning of May 2015, webmasters far and wide witnessed severe traffic fluctuations, with some sites losing over 50% of their traffic! Clearly, Google had changed something, but what? Because of the initial uncertainty, it was called the “Phantom Update” (II). In this post, I’ll provide you with Searchmetrics data to shed more light […]

June 10th, 2015 | Analysis 28 comments

I have taken a look at the further development of the Winners and Losers of the Panda 4.1 Update. After all, both Google’s statements and the development of the data led to the conclusion that this is a slow, continuous rollout. That’s why we waited until we can say that the rollout is most likely […]

November 20th, 2014 | Analysis 22 comments
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