25 Aug '17, 10pm

57% of #search traffic is now mobile:

57% of #search traffic is now mobile:

According to a new report from BrightEdge, 57% of search traffic is now coming from smartphones and tablets. BrightEdge also discovered ranking positions for a vast majority of keywords were different depending on whether the search was conducted on mobile versus desktop. Research indicates 79% of all keywords rank different on desktop compared to mobile, with 47% of those being keywords in positions 1-20. Site owners may also be missing opportunities when it comes to the visibility of their most important pages. A webpage of a particular website most likely to show up first in search results will be different 35% of the time, BrightEdge found. ”If brands do not track and optimize for both device channels, they are likely to misunderstand the opportunities and threats affecting them It is recommended that marketers assess the proportion of their traffic coming from mobile ...

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