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Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
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Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
Implications of User Engagement with Search Engine Result Pages - UPA
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The results from a neuromarketing study conducted by OTOinsights as presented at the Usability Professionals Association Conference 2010.

The results from a neuromarketing study conducted by OTOinsights as presented at the Usability Professionals Association Conference 2010.

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    • 1. Implications Of User EngagementWith Search Engine Results Pages
      Thursday, May 27, 2010
      UPA 2010
    • 2. hi!
      @OTOinsights
      Dan Berlin, MBA, MSHFID
      Sr. Research Associate, OTOinsights
      @banderlin
    • 3.
    • 4. 23,500BC
    • 5. 3,500BC
    • 6. World Population
    • 7.
    • 8.
    • 9.
    • 10. study #1 objectives
      User Engagement with Google Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs)
    • 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 Eye Tracking Monitor
      ProComp Infiniti Bio-Feedback
      (Heart rate, Breath rate, GSR)
    • 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. study #2 objective
      User Engagement with Yahoo! Rich Ads in Search (RAIS)
    • 44. 1
      To compare user engagement when searchers are exposed to Yahoo! SERPs with RAIS media vs. traditional Yahoo! SERPs and to provide direction for future use of this platform
    • 45. methodology
    • 46. 1
      Recruited 24 Gen Y subjects that were in the market to change their cable provider.
    • 47. 2
      30 second exposure to Yahoo! search result pages:
      2 With RAIS
      2 Without RAIS
    • 48. Nat
      With RAIS
    • 49. Nat
      Without RAIS
    • 50. 3
      Collect eye tracking and physiological data.
    • 51. 4
      Fill out two surveys:
      • PrEmo Emotional Scale
      • 52. Overall User Rating Likert Scale (1-10)
    • 53. 5
      What link would you click on first and second?
    • 54. insights
    • 55. insight 1
      Current Yahoo! RAIS media is not engaging to users
    • 56.
    • 57. insight 2
      Media in sponsored links draws attention to the Top Sponsored area
    • 58. Esurance RAIS
      Esurance Non-RAIS
    • 59. insight 3
      Media in sponsored links need a call to action
    • 60.
    • 61. Daniel Berlin
      OTOinsights, the user research division of One to One Interactive
      Charlestown, MA USA
      dberlin@otoinsights.com
      @otoinsights
      @banderlin
      bye!

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