Tag archive: Universal Search

And finally, the big day has arrived. After a long battle between the marketing teams from 32 franchises, we will get a champion. To make it this far these savvy internet marketing mavens had to be strong in search presence (great rankings, and lots of ’em). They needed to align their social media marketing with […]

September 12th, 2012 | Analysis, Test-Reports 2 comments

Once more, it’s time to talk about Universal Search integrations. The One Boxes for Images, Videos, Shopping and Places have become a powerful traffic source for a few sites with the right optimization. However, it’s a source that can run dry even for heavyweights – a fact that we will illustrate a little later. But […]

March 23rd, 2012 | General 2 comments

Universal Search optimization generally promises high traffic potential. However, much of the essential data covering the frequency and distribution of OneBoxes is scarce or nonexistent.  With that in mind, I would like to look at the figures for Germany, Austria and the USA as well as offer a few optimization tips for hosting videos with […]

January 17th, 2012 | Analysis 4 comments
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Fact check: How many news results are there in a news onebox? Do shopping oneboxes also appear on the second page of Google search results? And how often do sitelinks appear? As you know, at Searchmetrics we like to dig deep into the data, and from the depths this week we have brought out two […]

November 29th, 2011 | Analysis, General 2 comments

Again universal search: It has been some months, since we had a look at the development of the Universal Search integrations in the SERPs. We now have new numbers from the search metrics datapool, so let’s have a closer look. Has the upper limit been reached? Let’s look first of all at the overview of […]

November 16th, 2011 | Analysis, General 3 comments

Today, I’m writing about Universal Search. I can’t shake the feeling that Google is strongly pushing the news, images, video and shopping integrations in its ‘normal’ search. At the moment, these snippets seem kind of, well, ‘understated’. To the naked eye, there is little to distinguish them from the organic index, at least with the […]

August 8th, 2011 | Analysis 11 comments

Searchmetrics turns its focus increasingly toward Universal Search Data. The following presents a series of data underlying this development. Number of Universal Search associations per keyword 39% from our approx. 6 million analyzed keywords still have no Universal Search associations. 61% however, record results from other Google verticals. 43% of Keywords report single associations, 16% […]

March 26th, 2010 | General, Product Notes 1 comment
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