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OTOinsights Search Engine Strategies NYC 2010 Presentation. Covers neuromarketing research OTOinsights conducted to understand the impact that Universal Search Results has on search behavior.

OTOinsights Search Engine Strategies NYC 2010 Presentation. Covers neuromarketing research OTOinsights conducted to understand the impact that Universal Search Results has on search behavior.

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  • Which brings me to today……thank you Google for helping index and order this knowledge!
  • However, it took about 10 years for Google to move from text-based results.
  • To Universal Search Results (where images, videos, sound, maps, news, and books) are now part of Search Results Pages. We have had a decade of making a science of SEO and SEM to only have it challenged by a new dynamic, multi-media.
  • This is what we set out to understand.

Implications Of User Engagement Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Implications Of User EngagementWith Search Engine Results Pages
    Thursday, March 25, 2010
  • 2. hi!
    @OTOinsights
    @jkarnell
  • 3.
  • 4. 23,500BC
  • 5. 3,500BC
  • 6. World Population
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10. study objectives
  • 11. 1
    Determine user behavior and engagement with Universal Search Engine Result Pages (SERPS) vs. traditional text-only results
  • 12. 2
    Assess the impact that Universal Search will have by becoming a more prominent part of SERPs.
  • 13. 3
    Identify potential impact on SEM campaigns.
  • 14. 4
    Gather preliminary data to inform a formal, larger scale study.
  • 15. methodology
  • 16. 1
    Recruited 17 subjects that were in the market to change their cable provider.
  • 17. 2
    Established 10 key word sets:
    6 Branded
    4 Unbranded
  • 18.
  • 19. 3
    Created 4 SERPs for each keyword =
    40 Permutations
  • 20. Nat
    Natural Only
  • 21. Nat
    Natural With
    Paid
  • 22. Nat
    Universal Only
  • 23. Nat
    Universal With
    Paid
  • 24. 4
    Collect eye tracking and physiological data.
  • 25. Tobii T6 Eye Tracking Monitor
    Infiniti Pro-comp Bio-Feedback
  • 26. 5
    Fill out two surveys:
    • Geneva Emotion Wheel
    • 27. Aesthetic Likert Scale
  • 28. 6
    What link would you click on first and second?
  • 29. insights
  • 30. insight 1
    SERPs which include video and image results reinforce eyeballs to stay focused on the first page top paid and natural search terms.
  • 31. I
    Video was typically fixated on before the first natural and the right paid links.
  • 32. I
    Video link also received more clicks than the multilinks and the second natural links
  • 33. Image link received more first fixations and clicks than the multilinks and the second natural links.
    Note: No Paid Results
  • 34. insight 2
    Universal SERPs ‘Golden Triangle’ related to visual density.
  • 35. I
    Natural only follows Nielsen’s F-Pattern (Nielsen, 2006)
  • 36. I
    Universal follows ‘Golden Triangle” identified by Enqurio (Marketing Sherpa, 2009)
  • 37. insight 3
    Video and image results increase engagement on a SERP.
  • 38. I
  • 39. I
  • 40. conclusions
  • 41. conclusion
    Creating a holistic strategy which considers all search interactions will provide competitive advantage and drive more engaged visitors through your SEM activities
  • 42. conclusion
    Start to think about your current digital assets and how they can be leveraged to gain additional reach with search engines.
  • 43. bye!