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10th September 2010

Google announced a new search feature called Google Instant that show quick results as you type.  Google Instant will likely become increasingly important to search marketing, because not only will it roll out to more countries, but it will soon come to mobile and browser search boxes. Each of these factors will greatly increase how often Instant results are displayed.

How will Google Instant Effect Search Engine Optimization? Many SEO executives fear that Google Instant favors big business thus hindering search optimization practices for small businesses online.

The mobile factor actually has implications for Google retaining a substantial amount of mobile searches in general. The quicker Google can give results on any kind of query, the less reason users have to go to different apps to acquire certain information.

Google clearly said that ranking stays the same with Google Instant, but it will change the way people search. It will affect their search behavior, and that is what search marketers are going to have to think about more than ever. You should also consider that some people will simply deactivate the feature, leaving them open to Google’s standard results.

Many search engine marketing specialists seem to get complacent optimizing their website only for Google.  Search engine optimization is an ever-changing process, so it is imperative to stay up to speed on search engine marketing practices.  This week Yahoo! started featuring Bing results in their paid and organic search results.  Sure Google maintains 66% of the search market-share, but do they carry that market-share for your industry.  If you are a finance company, does the search market-share for video games really matter? Yahoo and Bing combine for 30% of the search engine market-share and that will likely increase as their partnership settles in.  In regards to SEO, both Google and Bing are prioritizing content more than ever.  Most search engine optimizers have figured out that linking campaigns are just as critical for maximizing search engine rankings.

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With Microsoft’s ability to invest in talent and Yahoo’s ability to market, I wouldn’t bet against their new partnership.  Consumers like Yahoo’s look and feel and Bing has created a formidable search engine to compete with Google.  That’s not to say that Google won’t continue to produce a great search engine, but they will likely lose some search market-share in the next few years.  That’s why SEO specialists should stop overlooking the Google alternatives.  Search engine optimizing strategies should continue to promote “white-hat” SEO that is built on compelling content that is consumer-driven.  The Yahoo and MicroSoft merger is good for search because it will surely increase the competitiveness between Google and Yahoo that will only improve the search engines going forward.

Nationwide Marketing is a search engine marketing company that understands the SEO fundamentals for Bing, Google and Yahoo, so you are in good hands developing a long term strategy with our search team.

Yahoo is now displaying MSN/Bing paid and organic search listings for up to 25% of its search traffic in the United States. The move is part of a 10-year pact to take down search engine giant Google. Microsoft made good on a partnership it inked with Yahoo almost a year ago, seeding paid and organic search listings for up to 25% of Yahoo’s search traffic in the U.S.

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Microsoft last July agreed to power Yahoo’s search engine and pay the company 88% of traffic acquisitions costs for the first five years of a 10-year deal. Yahoo would provide the worldwide sales force for both companies’ search advertisers.   Google commands a 66% search share in the U.S. Microsoft and Yahoo together would hold about 30%.

http://www.smartsearchstrategies.com/blog/index.php/2010/07/yahoo-displaying-bing-ads-in-paid-search/

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According to a new report from ComScore, Google saw its share of the U.S. search market fall to 62.6% in June, down from 63.7% in May. This is the 4th month in a row that Google has lost market-share as the Search Icon fell nearly 3% since reaching 65.5% share in February.

Yahoo Search! continued to rebound, reaching 18.9% share, up from 18.3% in May; the search engine company’s share is up from 16.8% in February.

Bing had 12.7% of the market in June, up from 12.1% in May; the company has increased its share of the market in each of the last 13 months, up from 8.4% in June 2009.

Among the also-rans, AOL (AOL) had 2.2% of the market, down from 2.3% in May, and 3.1% a year ago; Ask.com (IACI) had 3.6% share, flat with May, and down from 3.9% a year ago.

According to San Diego search engine optimization company Nationwide Marketing, consumers are more open to searching with Yahoo and Bing.  People are always looking for something different and both search engine companies offer consumers a different type of search experience.  The Nationwide spokesman said, “It’s not necessarily that consumers are migrating from Google because Yahoo and Bing are better — just different.”  See Smart Search Strategies Article > Google Loses Search Market Share to Yahoo and Bing

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