24 Jan '12, 1pm

Google Search Results Change Based On Device

Google Search Results Change Based On Device

It is known that Google has a different index of sites for feature phones but it is my understanding that the same index is used for smart phones and desktop users. The search results may change based off of Google determining intent of the smart phone user differently than a desktop user - which makes sense, but the index I believe is the same.

Full article: http://www.seroundtable.com/google-mobile-search-results-...

Tweets

Google’s Query Based Analysis and Reranking of Search Results

Google’s Query Based Analysis and Reranking of ...

seobythesea.com 23 Jan '12, 3pm

This patent application provides an exception, which is whether or not that page might be considered an “authoritative doc...

Google Upgrades Punctuation Search Results

Google Upgrades Punctuation Search Results

searchenginewatch.com 23 Jan '12, 6pm

Google has updated its search results for queries involving punctuation marks and symbols. Searching for the symbol equiva...

Google Search Showing Results For Punctuation Marks

Google Search Showing Results For Punctuation M...

searchengineland.com 23 Jan '12, 2pm

Alex Chitu reports Google is now showing search results for punctuation marks and other types of symbols. In the past, Goo...

Google Starts Ranking Twitter Search Results Pa...

blogstorm.co.uk 21 Jan '12, 2pm

Google Starts Ranking Twitter Search Results Pages by Patrick Altoft on March 23, 2009 / 50 responses Tweet Over the last ...

How To Achieve Mobile Search Ranking Clarity

How To Achieve Mobile Search Ranking Clarity

searchengineland.com 23 Jan '12, 2pm

Mobile search results not only produce different rankings from desktop search but can also vary based on the mobile device...

Projecting 2012 Google Mobile Revenues: $4 or $...

searchengineland.com 23 Jan '12, 5pm

On Google’s Q3 2011 earnings call CEO Larry Page casually mentioned that Google had a mobile revenue “run rate” of more th...

Paid Search Ads Bring Big In-Store Results [Study]

Paid Search Ads Bring Big In-Store Results [Study]

searchenginewatch.com 23 Jan '12, 7pm

RevTrax, a marketing analytics platform, just released a two-year study on the impact of paid search ads on in-store sales...

Google's Results Get More Personal With "Search...

searchengineland.com 23 Jan '12, 12am

Thank you for your article. I agree as advertisers we need to understand and incorporate the release of search plus your w...

“Ask On Google+” Links Appearing In Google’s Search Results

“Ask On Google+” Links Appearing In Google’s Se...

searchengineland.com 21 Jan '12, 12am

January 20th, 2012 at 7:22 pm ET : Sorry to disagree, but it’s not really a feature is it? Useful or otherwise – it is jus...

Increase Retail Sales From Mobile Devices In 2012

Increase Retail Sales From Mobile Devices In 2012

searchengineland.com 19 Jan '12, 2pm

2011 was the year that shopping on mobile devices moved into the mainstream. It won’t be long before the majority of retai...

Google Results Suck? Try Google Plus?

localseoguide.com 20 Jan '12, 10pm

Big fan of you in the local seo space…followed you for a few years now. I’m less enthralled overall with Google results…is...

Search Engines & Opinions: Just How Trustworthy Are Search Results?

Search Engines & Opinions: Just How Trustworthy...

searchenginewatch.com 19 Jan '12, 2pm

Whether it’s on Google or Bing , websites want to rank in the top positions on search engine result pages (SERPs) and watc...

Google’s More Personalized Results Won’t Let Yo...

searchengineland.com 13 Jan '12, 1pm

The ability to block web sites from search results disappeared when Google’s new Search Plus personalized results format l...

How Google Picks Your Title In Search Results: ...

seroundtable.com 13 Jan '12, 1pm

Google has long extrapolated titles from page locations other than the title tag, most notably for topical content sources...

10 Search & Social Resolutions For A Very Mobile 2012

10 Search & Social Resolutions For A Very Mobil...

searchengineland.com 16 Jan '12, 2pm

Happy (belated) New Year. Let’s face it, 2012 isn’t the first year someone has christened the “year of mobile.” But it is ...