Posted by Upright Team & filed under Search Engine Marketing, Web Analytics.

The stat was ingrained in my mind.  That 89% of search engine users clicked a result on Page 1.

But a new study, published recently by Slingshot SEO, debunks that old statistic.  Reported today by thought-leader Search Engine Watch, the number of people who click on results from Page 1 of search results is now proven to be…only 52 percent.

Click here for details and implications of this important study.

In the meantime, we leave you with a chart (courtesy Search Engine Watch) of what percentage of Google users click on results in the first 10 positions:


 


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