The Internet more positive about PPC than SEO

Fri 25 September 2009 09:01, Editors

Trends are something people are very much interested these days. What people think is important after all. The searchengine whatdoestheinternetthink very smart uses the 'need for information about what others think'. Social search therefore,

With the searchengine you can type in any search term and find out what the internet thinks about it. You can then choose between Google, Yahoo, Yahoo+Google, Bing or all to search trough. We did a couple of tests. It turns out "we" are all very positive about Searchcowboys, fairly positive about search marketing, mainly positive about ppc, at least more than about "SEO" and positive about social media.

The Internet more positive about PPC than SEO

See below the examples we took. So is the internet positive about everything? Well, the difference between negative and positive was very small with the term Google (1,2% more positive than negative) and Bing even got a little bit more negative votes than positive...


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