If you’re a dentist on the eastside, there’s a high chance you’ve probably had new patients who’ve dropped by and said something like the following: “I found you on Google by searching ‘Bellevue Dentists’ and found you at the...
Starting here in 2017, we’ve decided to expand our keyword searches insights to add to our past research we shared with the business community. In the past, we showed how people differentiated between “townhomes” and “townhouses” in...
We’ve been finally credited by Google this past year for important search phrases like “most searched topics“: Mainly, we simply knew if you created relevant content that’s accurate and what people are curious about, it should be credited....
Not sure if you’ve seen it lately, but on subway cars, on streets and all over the world, people are playing Pokemon Go! So, I took a look at how many people were searching terms related to it. Searches for “Pokemon” It didn’t look like...
Just before I was about to do another version (#5 to be exact), Google decides to rejigger its Keyword Planner tool to literally turn our assumptions upside down on many estimates we made with the tool in the past. Facebook Facelift Over the years, I’ve found...
Google Sites 63.2%
Microsoft Sites 23.7%
Ask Network 1.2%
Compared to Dec 2014
Google Sites 65.4% ( -1.6%)
Microsoft Sites 19.7% ( +.1%)
Yahoo Sites 11.8% ( +1.6%)
Ask Network 2.0% (+ .0%)
AOL Network 1.2% ( -.1% )
Source: comScore qSearch
“Explicit Core Search” excludes contextually driven searches that do not reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.
Browser Statistics - Feb 2017-2018
UC Browser 7.94%
Internet Explorer 3.05%
Source: Statcounter Browser Market Share
Compared to Jan 2015
Chrome 61.9% (+.3%)
Firefox 23.4% (-.2%)
Internet Explorer 7.8% (-.2%)
Safari 3.8% (+0.1%)
Opera 1.6% (+.0%)
Source: collected from W3Schools' log-files, over a five year period, clearly shows the long and medium-term trends although cannot be 100% guaranteed
More Historical Internet Stats Here