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We're huge fans of search engine marketing, both search engine optimization and paid search marketing. But with behavior changing so quickly, it's vital to keep on top of search engine marketing statistics to inform your strategy.

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I'll start by reviewing how many people search, then look at the top search engines and finish with the growing popularity of voice search. I'll continue to update this blog as new research is published, so it can be a go-to 'bookmark' resource for search marketers to check stats.

If you're looking to make the business case for investment in search, we recommend you start by modeling search engine marketing return via a search gap analysis to put a quantitative estimate to the returns.

Google processes over 8.5 billion searches every day. It has steadily increased YOY since 1998. In fact, Google makes up 78% of all online search behaviour today. But who is benefiting from our increased search behavior?

So, in the case of unknown products and brands trying to increase awareness/recognition, priming your search strategy to increase impressions on non-branded high-intent keywords is more important than ever.

Up until mid-2019, mobile and desktop searches were mostly neck and neck, with mobile just edging into the lead every few months. However, the most recent stats put mobile ahead with 59% of searches, while desktop falls to 39%.

So, you may be ranking well on desktop but not even appear on the first page of results on mobile. In fact, 30% of pages that show on the first page of desktop search results do not appear in the top 10 results on mobile.

While we already know that the place to be in the search results is on the first page, it looks as though where you really want to be is within results one to three. As shown below, the first three organic positions for non-branded search earn more than 50% of the total click-throughs. For branded search, the numbers are even higher.

This is not surprising, as branded search demonstrates that the user is lower down the funnel. Plus, generally, non-branded terms will have more competition with paid ads, which show up first on the SERP, explaining the lower organic CTR for non-branded.

Research from SEMrush shows that 25.6% of desktop searches and 17.3% of mobile searches end without a click to another Google property. Moreover, with the many different functions of Google SERPs today, less than half of both types of searches ended an organic click.

In 2022 35% of the US owned a smart speaker, dropping to 30% in Canada and 28% in Australia. But how are people using these devices to search and how can you tailor your SEO strategy to this new behaviour?

Depending on your product/service, think about the types of searches that you want to appear on and ensure you are ranking for high-intent conversational search queries that you know help drive your conversions.

Structure your marketing plan around a funnel proven to boost performance. Join Smart Insights as a Free Member for instant access to our free digital marketing plan template to hone your skills and drive the results you need.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruption to our working lives in the short term, and is likely to change the way that we work in the long term.1This article complements the substantial body of research by the McKinsey Global Institute on the future of work. For instance, see The future of work in Europe: Automation, workforce transitions, and the shifting geography of employment, McKinsey Global Institute, June 2020, and The future of work in America: People and places, today and tomorrow, McKinsey Global Institute, July 2019. To understand these changes, McKinsey commissioned a survey of business executives around the world in June 2020. The results suggest that the crisis may accelerate some workforce trends already underway, such as the adoption of automation and digitization, increased demand for contractors and gig workers, and more remote work. Those changes in turn will create greater demand for workers to fill jobs in areas like health and hygiene, cybersecurity, and data analytics.

The authors wish to thank Rukmi Sarmah, junior associate in Mumbai; Gunnar Schrah, director of research science in Denver; Pawel Poplawski, senior research analyst, OrgScience in Warsaw; and Anja Nilsson, engagement manager in New Jersey, for their contributions.

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"Volcanoes of the World" is a database describing the physical characteristics of Holocene volcanoes and their eruptions. This search returns a list which may be filtered based on a volcano name, volcano type, features, evidence of recent activity, location (set using a map), country, rock types, population within various distance ranges, or the availability of images. Name and country searches will also return subfeature names and synonyms; using other filters will result in only primary volcano names being returned. A standard set of fields is shown on the screen display, but full results with additional content may be downloaded into an Excel spreadsheet.

This annual report represents the collective voice of the global employee. In this edition, the pandemic and its aftershock continued to disrupt the workplace. Check out the most recent employee data and workplace trends in the State of the Global Workplace: 2022 Report.

The pulse of the global workplace is low, but it's still beating. Our findings depict a difficult 2021, but leave much room for leaders to ask, "How am I creating a thriving workplace for my employees today?"

"Living for the weekend," "watching the clock tick," "work is just a paycheck." These are the mantras of most global workers. With only 21% of employees engaged at work and 33% of employees thriving in their overall wellbeing, most would say that they don't find their work meaningful, don't think their lives are going well or don't feel hopeful about their future.

Forty-four percent of employees experienced a lot of daily stress in the previous day. While almost half of the world's workers felt the burden of stress, working women in the U.S. and Canada region were among the most stressed employees globally.

Only 45% of workers globally said now is a good time to find a job in their country (up slightly from last year, but less than the record 55% in 2019). The U.S. and Canada were the regional outlier for this item, leading the world at 71%, up 44 percentage points from the previous year. 041b061a72


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