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msg:499444
 10:41 pm on Oct 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

Anything like this:
[webmasterworld.com...]

But with some newer numbers?

 

Rumbas




msg:499445
 9:22 am on Oct 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hey CBC - welcome to WebmasterWorld :)

Sorry, I'm afraid that's the newest numbers we have available. How about this one though:
[webmasterworld.com...]

Gives you an overview of how the European market is put together?

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msg:499446
 6:58 pm on Oct 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the welcome...

I'm actually trying to find something that gives a good overview of the search engine space for Europe... stuff like how developed Inclusion and CPC ad programs are in Europe as compared to the US.

Broad overview stuff for European SEO strategy...

mipapage




msg:499447
 4:11 pm on Nov 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

trying to find.. a good overview of the search engine space for Europe

Okay, we've got the chart [webmasterworld.com], and I've run across odddog's great info on Spain [webmasterworld.com], but are there any general numbers on:

  1. search engine usage for individual European countries (something on the UK?)
  2. search engine usage for Europe as a whole?

- mipapage

heini




msg:499448
 4:23 pm on Nov 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

cbc, I would really recommend to approach this on per country basis. UK and Spain: a world of a difference. France and Denmark: hardly anything in common. The times when you could put the US on one side and Europe on the other in the web marketing world are long long gone.

IMO everything we could say would be so sketchy and over generalized that it might as well be said about the US as well, like Google reigns, Overture and Adwords are huge, etc.

mipapage




msg:499449
 4:40 pm on Nov 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

UK and Spain: a world of a difference.

Did'nt want to hijack the post but it was stale and I was looking for the same info

Great - that's just what I'm working with. Toss in Germany and a few others too.

<off to study more for tomorrow's pitch...>

spaidermen




msg:499450
 5:41 pm on Nov 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

For Italy this is outdated [webmasterworld.com...]

spaidermen




msg:499451
 11:16 am on Dec 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

These are my logs for three (non-adult) different websites

1. [google.it...] 9.487
2. [arianna.libero.it...] 5.289
3. [search-dyn.tiscali.it...] 3.851
4. [search.msn.it...] 2.114
5. [search.virgilio.it...] 1.372
6. [it.search.yahoo.com...] 900
7. [it.altavista.com...] 756
8. [cerca.lycos.it...] 621
9. [google.com...] 442
10. [search.supereva.it...] 395

1. [google.it...] 6.672
2. [arianna.libero.it...] 1.590
3. [search.msn.it...] 898
4. [search-dyn.tiscali.it...] 890
5. [google.com...] 565
6. [it.altavista.com...] 434
7. [it.search.yahoo.com...] 396
8. [search.virgilio.it...] 344
9. [cerca.lycos.it...] 183
10. [search.msn.com...] 168

1. [google.it...] 3.899
2. [search.msn.it...] 1.104
3. [arianna.libero.it...] 959
4. [search-dyn.tiscali.it...] 438
5. [search.virgilio.it...] 313
6. [it.search.yahoo.com...] 301
7. [it.altavista.com...] 246
8. [google.com...] 215
9. [cerca.lycos.it...] 169
10. [search.supereva.it...] 88

NOTE: Virgilio is under-rated because since few months ago serps where directory-driven and my websites were not in it

spaidermen




msg:499452
 12:37 pm on Dec 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

So these are the estimates taking virgilio actual weight into account

1. google 41%
2. arianna 14%
3. virgilio (google) 14%
4. tiscali (fast) 9%
5. msn (inktomi) 8%
6. altavista 3%
7. yahoo (google) 3%
8. lycos (fast) 2%
9. supereva (fast) 1%
10. OTHER MINOR SEs: 5%

GOOGLE-POWERED 60%
ARIANNA-POWERED 15%
FAST-POWERED 13%
INKTOMI-POWERED 9%
ALTAVISTA-POWERED 3%

Rumbas




msg:499453
 3:51 pm on Dec 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

Good stuff. Thanks spaidermen.

spaidermen




msg:499454
 4:48 pm on Dec 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

Anything up to date about France?

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