Study: TV Networks Not Ranking In Key SERP Positions, Losing Valuable Search & Traffic Opportunities.
After evaluating the organic search performance of America’s most popular television networks, SEO research firm RankAbove discovered a majority of the networks are missing out on significant search and traffic opportunities. The study examined four key areas of search, including keywords, rankings, traffic potential and Universal SERPs.
According to the findings, not only are a number of networks performing poorly in their SEO efforts, some are actually performing worse than they were a year ago.
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A study published yesterday by Indiana-based Butler University compared the performance of a range of search engines and Q&A sites on mobile devices. It found that “ChaCha delivered the highest quality responses consistently across the largest group of categories and question types.”
For the fourth straight year, “facebook” was the most common search term in the U.S. this year — part of an increase in navigational searching that saw one-word searches rise 16 percent in 2012.
That’s according to Experian Marketing Services, which announced its list of 2012′s top search terms yesterday. The data covers search activity on more than 60 search engines and website visits between January and November of this year, but doesn’t include mobile searches or traffic.