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February 26, 2013

Top 5 Websites who own 20% Of All Search Result Clicks

These Five Websites Captured 20% Of All Search Result Clicks:  How much  traffic does a big brand gets from Google.? Does being bigger in size , helps  getting Indexed in Google Faster ? than a brand that is not well known ? Ideally the answer should be No.. However in Reality being Big does makes it easier to get a   good SERP ( search engine result pages )at Google

 Bigger the brand, chances of it being linked back is higher, increase of incoming links , helps in the off page Optimization, with more  links, comes greater traffic, and more backward links , which is a vicious cycle.. This is not a trend across Search Marketing but in Brick and Mortar stores too. Staples  gets more users as compared to you street side shop, Walmart gets more walk ins that the Pop and Mom stores..

Across the web these 5 websites control 20% search Results click through rates

Once in every five times that someone clicks a search result, it goes to one of five websites: Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo, Wikipedia or Amazon.

The remaining 80 percent of search traffic is where all  other brands compete often between themselves and in the process increasing the Cost per Click  ..

Going further, the top 500 websites received almost 50 percent of all clicks from search results, and the top 10,000 websites got almost 75 percent of all search clicks.

All of this is according to the 2013 Digital Marketer Report from Experian Marketing Services (Hitwise).

The company says that those five sites I listed above combined to get 20.07 percent of all clicks from US search engines — Google, Bing, etc. — in Q4 of 2012. Facebook got the most clicks at about 8.5 percent, with the others declining to Amazon’s 1.4 percent

January 6, 2013

July 15, 2011

Google Beats Forecast Shows18% Increase in Padi Clicks

Google posted very strong Q2 earnings numbers, blowing past expectations and sending the stock up 12% after hours.Google Inc. posted a 36% jump in quarterly profit, sending its shares surging and wresting back the attention of investors who lately have doted on newer Internet darlings.

The main strength was Google Sites (search) revenue, which was way ahead of what everybody expected. Revenue from the ad network came in about where expected.he Internet search company, which continued to spend heavily on new projects and staff, logged a 32% jump in revenue for the second quarter. The growth was driven by Google's core search engine advertising.
Google;s paid clicks,rose 18% in the second quarter compared with a year earlier, and a level that has remained steady in recent quarters.  The average price that marketers paid Google per click increased 12% from a year earlier. That figure was up from an 8% year-over-year growth in price that Google reported in the first quarter.
However Google's costs have continued to rise sharply .The company's operating expenses in the quarter were $2.97 billion, up from $1.99 billion a year ago, similar to the increase in expenses in the first quarter.  Google's investments,include the expected hiring of 6,000 new employees this year, and a recent 10% salary increase for workers. Google added 2,452 employees since April, bringing its total work force to 28,768.
Google's  capital expenditures—what it spends on servers, data centers and networking equipment—was $917 million in the first quarter, up from $476 million a year earlier. 

July 8, 2011