On a year-on-year basis Google’s dominance has increased by 1.5%
(PRWEB UK) 29 November 2012
The latest figures show that the web giant achieved 69.9%. In September it accounted for 66.7% of all search traffic. On a year-on-year basis Google’s dominance has increased by 1.5%. Bing on the other hand saw a slightly smaller increase, now sitting at 16% in comparison to the 15.9% it held in September. Yahoo however, failed to increase its percentage of search traffic with just 12.2%. Ask and AOL achieved 3.2% and 1.8% respectively.
The team at Essex-based agency, SEO.org.uk, have a strong commitment to researching industry updates and developments and came across this latest news with interest. Handling the search marketing campaigns of hundreds of clients from a variety of backgrounds, naturally the team place a firm emphasis on the activities of major search engines such as Google.
Managing Director, Ben Austin, shares his thoughts on the matter.
“Naturally, changes that occur within Google affect our industry. Whether it’s algorithm updates or new tools being introduced, we have to adapt fast to continue to provide the best service to our clients. This latest news serves to confirm the idea that Google’s dominance is continuing to grow, however we always optimise with human use in mind as well as the search engines”, explains Ben.
SEO.org.uk was established with the aim of bringing effective yet affordable online marketing services to companies from all industries and backgrounds. The company offers a huge range of services including search engine optimisation, Pay Per Click account management, reputation management, social media marketing and website design.