|Weekly SEO news: 1 June 2010|
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There's new data about the number of clicks that the first result on Google's result page gets. How does this affect your website and how can you judge the financial value of your rankings?
In the news: Google confirms the Mayday update, Exalead might have a comeback, local search becomes more important and more.
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|1. New data: how many clicks does the first result on Google get?|
Some days ago, Chitika, a search based online advertising network, published some new numbers about the value of a listing on Google. They analyzed a sample of 8,253,240 impressions across their network in May, 2010.
The first result in Google gets as many visitors as position 2-4 combined
Result number 10 gets 143% more clicks than result number 11
How to judge the financial value of your Google rankings
Being listed on Google's first result page for the right keywords greatly contributes to the financial success of your business. Use IBP's Top 10 Optimizer to get your website on Google's first result pages for the keywords of your choice.
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