SEO News

Percentage

RSS
  1. How to Eventually Become a Millionaire Using Your SEO Knowledge

    For the SEO firm it is often smartest to keep a mix of low initial fees and a revenue share percentage that in many cases earns more than a fixed fee. With a wide range of clients you get asked to offer your expertise in many forms, but which ones...

  2. Mobile: 34% of Organic Search, 42% of Social Traffic in Q2 [Report]

    Mobile device traffic is growing, up three percentage points from Q1, comprising 34 percent of all organic search traffic to websites. When it came to the individual social network's contribution to total social traffic, Facebook traffic was down 6...

  3. Guide to Google Analytics Demographics Reports: Age, Gender & Interests

    The percentage of data used is shown in each box in the top corner to help you understand the size of your dataset. Google Analytics has always been very good at telling you what people have been viewing and clicking on your website, but in the...

  4. Influential Twitter Accounts Indexed More in Google [Research]

    When it came to what percentage of news oriented tweets were indexed from influential Twitter profiles, the data showed it was 100 percent. Stone Temple Consulting put out findings of research it conducted on the indexation of tweets in Google.

  5. Mobile Implementation Errors Cost Sites 68% of Organic Smartphone Traffic [Study]

    Then for a period of time, said Yu, the results became location-sensitive by device, and now, a huge percentage varies from desktop to smartphone. Why? This is a result of incorrectly implemented mobile solutions, BrightEdge says, and new data...

  6. Videos Dominate Universal Search Results 65% of the Time [Study]

    Searchmetrics looked at the overall percentage that each type of universal search result garnered in the SERPs ("market share"), as well as the composition of each type of individual integration. Since its inception in 2007, universal search...

  7. 60% of Consumers Use Mobile Exclusively to Make Purchase Decisions [Study]

    And on tablets, that number grew 2 percentage points as well to 68 percent. A percentage of mobile users searched for location and phone number specifically, with 73 percent saying they preferred a local number versus a toll-free number for the...