20 Important SEO Statistics #infographic


20 Important SEO Statistics #infographic

In principle, natural referencing can seem easy: it is enough to configure the website to provide search engines with better information so that the pages are available from the first search results.

In fact, it can be difficult to put it into practice as the rules change (very) much.

To help you optimize your efforts, we provide you with some interesting SEO statistics so that you can make the most of it. The illustration was done by Your-Comics, an infographic agency in Paris.

Customers are searching for ... tons. Google Surtout. Well, you know that the number of Google searches every day is over 7 billion, which means that people search 81,000 times per second. If we look at how many individuals use Google per year, the number of searches in 2020 is over 2.55 trillion.

When Internet users have typed their query into Google, they will see a list of URLs that best fit their keyword. These pages are referred to as "Search Engine Results Pages" (or SERPS for short).

Advanced Web Ranking has discovered that 67 percent of all SERP clicks go to the first five organic results.

Every year, Google makes hundreds of research changes. It reported an unprecedented number of 3,234 updates in 2018, an average of nearly 9 every day, and more than 8 times the number of updates in 2009. For SEO specialists, this can be a nightmare as well as good news, depending on how it is affected.

A Featured Snippet is a box shown at the beginning of Google's search results, providing a unique answer to an Internet user's question in the form of a text taken from a web page, often accompanied by an image or a video.

The research conducted by Ahrefs found that only 12.3% of all research requests had a Featured Snippet insert.

20 Important SEO Statistics #infographic

infographic by: digitiz.fr

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