Social Media appears in 7% Universal results

Fri 20 November 2009 09:01, Editors

Social Media appears in 7% Universal results

A research performed by 360i shows that search and social media are getting more united every day. Social media results are showing up in the results more and more, which makes the use of social media also more important.



Some of the results include:

  • Universal Search result composed 8% of all natural search results
  • 57% of the results for non-branded keywords showcased universal search types
  • Social Media results appeared for 7% of all natural search results analyzed for both the brand and non-brand keywords measured
  • 77% of YouTube, Twitter and Facebook listings that appeared on Google for brand searches were controlled by a party other than the marketer

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