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Social Search Statistics from SES Chicago

Firebelly

Main | 5 Ways to Fan the Viral Flame » December 15, 2009 Social Search Statistics from SES Chicago I'm a numbers nerd. Below are some stats compiled from the From Search to Discovery , What's the Link Between Search and Social? Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « SES Chicago 2009 Video: Were you naughty or nice?

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101 Vital Social Media and Digital Marketing Statistics for (the Rest of) 2013

Webbiquity SMM

of all marketers love blog posts about marketing statistics. Okay, that statistic was made up (though probably not far off the mark), but the social media and digital marketing facts and statistics below are real (or at least from generally reliable sources). Social Media Facts and Statistics. State of Search ). Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are the most popular social networks with search engine marketers. Facebook Facts and Statistics.

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106 More Amazing Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2014 and 2015

Webbiquity SMM

Or have too many social media marketing statistics.” Find the answers to those questions and many more here in 106 digital marketing facts (well, mostly) and statistics from two dozen sources. 21 Social Media Statistics. Among “prestige” consumer brands, over the past four years, less than 0.25% of new customers were acquired through Facebook and less than.01% from Twitter; this compares to almost 10% for paid search and 7% for email marketing.

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Search Not Dead – At Least Not For Google And Bing

Small Business Mavericks

If you thought search was dead and that social was taking over, think again. Search has grown a massive 68% since 2008 with Google and Bing experiencing good annual growth. Ask and AOL probably think the opposite as their share of the search market gradually diminishes. Search is definitely not dead, and for most businesses, is still one of their major sources of traffic. At times I think the search v social argument is misguided.

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Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1

Webbiquity SMM

Or that a third (or more, depending on which study you believe) of all clicks go to the top result on a search engine query? Get the details behind these stats and many, many more here in more than 40 of the best articles and blog posts about social media, search, budgeting and digital marketing research, facts and statistics of 2011 so far. Social Media Stats, Facts and Research Does Facebook Need To Build A Search Engine?

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Best Social Media and Digital Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 2

Webbiquity SMM

Find the answers to these questions and many more here in more than 40 of the best reports, studies, videos and other sources of social media, search, and other marketing facts and statistics of the past year. General Social Media Statistics. The Growth of Social Media: An Infographic by Search Engine Journal. Les Luchter looks at research showing that 10% of all website visits to the top 1,000 web properties come from social sharing, half as much as from search.

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103 Compelling Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2013 (and 2014)

Webbiquity SMM

General Social Media Marketing Facts and Statistics. 97% of all consumers search for local businesses online. (An An amazing statistic, given that nearly 20% of the adult U.S. General Marketing Facts and Statistics. 93% of online research starts with a search engine, and 68% of consumers check out companies on social networking sites before buying. Statistics About Social Media Use in the Enterprise. Small Business Social Media Statistics and Facts.

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Facebook Brand Engagement Grows 896% Year-Over-Year

The Realtime Report

Mobile growth is also having a significant effect on paid search – as mobile traffic rises, one in five paid search clicks will originate from smartphones or tablets. Social Media Statistics Adobe brand engagement mobileA new study by Adobe found that brand engagement (defined as likes, comments, and shares) on Facebook rose 896% year-over-year. Mobile engagement is also way up; around one-quarter of Facebook engagement came from mobile users.

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79 Remarkable Social Media Marketing Facts and Statistics for 2012

Webbiquity SMM

While prospective buyers are using search and social to research products and services before making purchase decisions, marketers and PR professionals can use those same tools to research buyer wants and needs. B2b marketers believe social media is critical to organic search success. Marketers rate social media as the second-most imporant factor (64%) in search, behind only strong content (82%). Paid search leads average a 7% rate, while outbound marketing leads (e.g.,

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20 Tremendous Digital Marketing Stats and Facts

Webbiquity SMM

26% of respondents say email is the digital marketing channel with the greatest positive impact on revenue; SEO is second (17%), followed by paid search (15%), social media (5%), and online display advertising (5%). Digital marketing budgets continue to rise, often at the expense of offline advertising spend. But digital marketers must continue to evolve practices as they strive to make their content an asset, rather than an annoyance, to prospective buyers.

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B2B Marketing Stats from HubSpot’s Marketing Data Box

Webbiquity SMM

megabyte, 65-slide data dump of marketing facts and statistics from a variety of sources. Social media is now in third place (for 61% of B2B marketers), having pulled ahead of B2B publications, paid search and banner ads. News and current events account for roughly 7% of mobile online time, followed by search at 6%. HubSpot last week released the Marketing Data Box , a 3.4

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Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Data junkies, stats addicts, web trivia buffs rejoice — here are a deluge of social media, search and other marketing research facts and figures from 50 articles and blog posts published so far in 2010. What percentage of web searches stop after page one of the results? How much do small businesses spend on search engine marketing? Social Media Statistics. Study: Spending On Email, Social And Search Rising by MediaPost Online Media Daily. SEO Statistics.

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Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

the sources below provide a vast wealth of data, statistics and research results, as well as a bit of interesting social media trivia. 10 Interesting Social Media Statistics by Jeff Bullas. 20+ mind-blowing social media statistics revisited by Econsultancy. According to MarketingSherpa research, marketers working in social media report an average 27% conversion rate for organic search traffic, while those not using social media reported a 17% rate.

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The Importance of Search Engine Optimization

Jason Yormark

The following is a guest post from Matt Davidson, an extremely talented search marketer. With this in mind, I think it’s important to look at some statistics to better understand why search engine optimization is so important. Here are some numbers to contemplate in this regard: 90% of the adult population in the United States uses a search engine to find information online. Search Marketing

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5 Ways to Fan the Viral Flame

Firebelly

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Social Media Invading Search Territory

Proactive Report

Social content has been creeping into search for a while. and Bing signed a licensing agreement with Twitter and added real-time news and Tweets to their search results pages. “Smart online marketers have also been using social search for other reasons including competitive research and opportunistic content marketing through social keyword trends,&# says Lee Odden on the TopRank Marketing blog. times more likely to search on that brand’s terms.

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YouTube Tuesday: Digital Ethnography

Firebelly

Afterthe data is collected it’s written down to provide the statistics needed forthe research, such as a case report or field study. Based on this research,the statistics were made for this video.

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SES Chicago 2009 Video: Were you naughty or nice?

Firebelly

Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « Social Media Marketing Checklist from SES Chicago | Main | Social Search Statistics from SES Chicago » December 14, 2009 SES Chicago 2009 Video: Were you naughty or nice? Video features search and social media marketing professionals Greg Jarbo and his team made this video at SES Chicago, which stars a who's who on the search marketing and social media marketing scene.

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What Social Data can Teach You about Audiences

Buzz Marketing for Technology

My son is a senior in high school and I am beginning to help him with his search for the right school. With this in mind, we set out to find a simple list of “2011 NCAA Football Rankings” – an easy Google search is there ever was one. I assumed that the top result, ESPN’s 2011 NCAA Football Rankings , would be the perfect match for our search, until I looked at the data. How to Optimize your Paid Search with Social Media We used to learn about who our audience was.

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Social Media Weekly Roundup 1/11-1/15

Firebelly

The top ten Twitter statistics and analytics tools By Chris Norton There are hundreds of twitter tools that measure different statistics out there but many can be a bit of a waste of time.

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Firebelly's Top 9 Blog Posts of 2009

Firebelly

Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « 5 Ways to Fan the Viral Flame | Main | Social Search: Tempur-Pedic "Ask Me" Commercial » January 06, 2010 Firebellys Top 9 Blog Posts of 2009 I wanted to do a brief recap and share with you the most-viewed posts on Firebellys Digitalia blog in 2009. 10 Sobering Twitter Statistics [August 31] Thank you all for reading and responding in 2009.

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Stop tweeting about the # of followers you have

Firebelly

Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « Five Reasons Why I Love Wordpress | Main | Stop tweeting about your emotional break throughs » October 25, 2009 Stop tweeting about the # of followers you have Matthew Inman who runs The Oatmeal site posted this recently. It's a top 10 list, but I think they're so good that we're going to feature them for you, our attention deficit reader, one at a time!

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3 Free Online Tools for Customer Insights + Win a Copy of Youtility [GIVEAWAY]

Kikolani

Search engine data is the atlas for consumer understanding. While the number of places consumers go to seek information has grown exponentially, weakening somewhat the role of search engines in the process, search engines (especially Google) stand alone in giving us the ability to mine and analyze consumer inquiry data. An analysis of “pellet smokers” on Google Trends shows a sharp spike in searches for that term in the United States from 2008 onward.

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How Your Competitors Will Shift Their Digital Marketing Strategy in the Next Two Years

Webbiquity SMM

Among the high-level findings: Businesses under $1 million in revenue invest the most in social media, while businesses between $1 million and $5 million invest the most in search engine optimization (SEO); businesses with $5-10 million invest most in online advertising; companies in the $10-20 million revenue range invest most in email marketing, and firms over $50 million invest roughly evenly between all channels.

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Digital Marketing Trends you NEED to Know About

Devumi

Be sure that you have a plan in place for: mobile search mobile optimisation mobile conversions You, as a digital marketer, likely spend most of your time on a computer. Don’t get me wrong, sites like Duck Duck Go are not about to overtake Google in terms of web search popularity. 4: Paid advertising is the new standard One of the digital marketing trends I’m sad to report on is this. But getting noticed on some platforms, notably Facebook, is making paid ads necessary.

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2011 B2B Marketing Trends

Webbiquity SMM

This may be just a statistical hiccup or it may be due to the continuing economic slump. Of eleven different marketing categories, all of those in which marketers said they plan to increase spending in 2011 are online activities: website design / optimization and social media topped the list with 69% of companies planning larger budgets in these areas, followed by virtual events and webinars, SEO, email marketing and paid search.

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The 7 Deadly Sins Of Digital Marketing In 2014

Twist Image

The statistics don''t lie. Think about it this way: in one hour, how many people go to Google (or any other search engine) to look for you, your competitor or they''re searching for a brand to help them, and it''s your business that does provide this solution? These searches are leads. organic search. paid search. search engine marketing. search engine optimization.

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9 Resolutions Every Marketer Should Make for 2019

The Realtime Report

Some 58% of consumers say they have already used voice search to find a local business and it is predicted that half of all searches may be conducted via voice by 2020. Here’s a sobering statistic: it’s estimated that 5% of a brand’s content generates 90% of engagement, on average. 9 Resolutions Every Marketer Should Make for 2019. As we head into the new year it’s time to make some resolutions.

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Top 8 Content Calendar Platforms

Oktopost

Content Marketing Statistics. According to the latest statistics , more than a quarter of all internet users block ads in their browsers. It costs 41% less than paid search ads, and gets you three times as many leads for each dollar spent.

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102 Compelling Social Media and Online Marketing Stats and Facts for 2012 (and 2013)

Webbiquity SMM

Today’s most effective marketers are optimizing content across channels, coordinating search and social marketing activities with traditional PR, and measuring their web presence and performance with sophistication. This post, along with 79 Remarkable Social Media Marketing Facts and Statistics for 2012 and 87 More Vital Social Media Marketing Facts and Stats for 2012 previously published here, provide a solid foundation for that understanding. 8 Facebook Facts and Statistics.

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The 4 Marketing Metrics Mandates

Convince & Convert

I can do the exact same thing for your paid search campaign, banner ad campaign, and your website home page. A search of Google for “good email open rate&# fins 74,600 matching web pages! Tags: Campaign Testing and Optimization Conferences and Events facebook Klout marketing metrics postrank social media statistics social media success metrics techpoint twitter

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Create your social media campaign plan for 2019 (with editable worksheets)

Sprout Social

Based on current statistics , the average person is spending more and more of their time glued to social media versus traditional sites. This challenge signals both the need for brands to market their sites to social users, but also tap into social media as a primary source of traffic versus organic or paid search. Speaking of which, the increased emphasis on paid social ads puts even more pressure on marketers to produce results. Organic or paid content?

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How to Promote Your Content Across Owned, Earned, and Paid Media

Convince & Convert

Every content plan needs a complementary promotion plan that combines paid, owned, and earned media. Building Your Promotion Plan Across Paid, Earned and Owned Media. While it’s become a something of a buzzword, thinking about your content promotion plan in the ‘Paid-Earned-Owned’ matrix is a useful cognitive pattern. Across your company’s paid, owned, and earned channels, how will you promote your beautiful piece of content?

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A Guide to Conversion Rate Optimization Tool Categories

Razor Social

You can use it to segment all the clicks on your site based on a date of visit, referral source, search terms, and more. If you’re looking to improve these statistics for your web page, you need to identify weak spots in your conversion funnel or any elements that are distracting visitors from converting. When optimizing your paid search and social ads for website conversions, testing becomes the not so secret ingredient to success.

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Best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007 » Techipedia | Tamar.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

It’s the (Other) Algorithm, Stupid: Understanding DiggRank (Search Engine Land): Muhammad Saleem examines what is known about the Digg algorithm and dispels common myths. StumbleUpon Phenomenon: An In-Depth Look at a Social Networking Giant (Search Engine Journal): Sujan Patel writes a short but sweet post (though not as “in-depth&# as I expected) on StumbleUpon and some tools you can use to improve the user experience. Search Engine Stuff Google 2.0:

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What Bubba Gump Shrimp Can Teach You About Social Media

Convince & Convert

In many cases, you just see one ad, one promoted tweet per keyword per search. Think about how many Google searches there are, how many pages deep there are. It’s on the go, it’s on mobile devices, and people typically aren’t scrolling through pages and pages of search results. I think it’s a great opportunity in the same way that search ads are actually incredibly helpful. This statistic struck me.

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Women in Blogging: 125 Fearless Female Bloggers

Kikolani

I took a look at 14 lists that have come out over the last year for the top bloggers, social media marketers, search marketers, and entrepreneurs. Her blog, Traffic Generation Cafe , covers blog, social media, and search traffic. Ann is an SEO consultant, the brains behind the hugely popular My Blog Guest site for bloggers to network and acquire guest blogging opportunities, and a regular contributor to Search Engine Journal.

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Top Skills for 2016 from LinkedIn

The Proactive Report

Statistical Analysis and Data Mining. I am sure you know that the media loves statistics. SEO is about organic search results and SEM is about paid search. To be effective at SEO you have to stay abreast of the constant changes in the search engine algorithms. Moz.com and Search Engine land would be my first two choices. Read my book SMART News: how to write branded content that gets found in search and shared on social media.

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25 Compelling Reasons to Blog for Business Yesterday

Writtent Blog

Organic search yields some of the most qualified leads of any form of marketing. One of the most compelling reasons to blog is being able to capture interest from the 89% of consumers who begin their search for branded solutions on a major search engine: Image credit: HubSpot. Search leads are more than twice as likely to become customers as clicks from paid search, and are significantly more qualified than social media leads.

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How a 3 Month Old Website Received 958373 Visits from Google

Viper Chill

Did you know that 20-25% of Google searches every single day are brand new? 1 in 4 search queries have never been typed in the history of the search engine – every single day. I knew of this statistic a few years ago but only recently did I try and leverage it. How to Dominate Google in a Matter of Hours Do you know how 1 in 4 Google search queries are unique each day? For many events that take place, Google News is integrated highly in the search results.

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Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

Convince & Convert

Here’s a crazy one: An online hardware goods retailer that accidentally left their snow shovel AdWords (paid search) campaign running in spring months. Of course, sponsored by a company that GETS PAID to create demand for social media. Of course, sponsored by a company that GETS PAID to create demand for social media.