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And Alexa traffic seems to have rise sharply in the last few days.
Looks like i am far behind, but i wonder if they promote google.dk more since the trafficlever seems to have gone up very sharp the last few days.
so i don't know if it's new.
odd about the default search though eh?
Seems about that time they launched it. If you type in google.com from Denmark you get redirected to google.dk, but with "worldwide" as default.
Rencke I have your site coming up as number 2 and with my knowledge of links pointing to your site, I'd say it's from anchor text and themed PR from relevant directory cats.
I have your site coming up in the top 10 for one other very relevant keyword as well.
One heck of an seo you have there ;)
I agree though, it's VERY interesting that we now can seperate the Danish Google traffic and compare it to the other Danish SEs and directories. I have a feeling that some of the well known brands/sites will face some rather harsh facts based on this. I'll post some stats later when we have collected a larger amount of data. I can already say that Google is HUGE in Denmark..
Hagstrom, funny thing is also that they have a little trouble with the Danish version of Pages in Faroe, which they translate to "Google.dk i: Færøsk". Directly translated that would be "Pages on Faroe" - should be "Pages in Faroe", right? ;)
Anyway nice that they now offer that option [webmasterworld.com] as well.
Google, US --- 35.33%
Google, DK --- 16.12%
MSN, DK --- 14.99%
Jubii, DK --- 14.35%
Yahoo, DK --- 9.45%
Eniro, DK --- 4.05%
TDC Online --- 2.68%
Yahoo.com --- 0.87%
AltaVista, DK --- 0.58%
Google, DE --- 0.32%
Google.dk already taking a large slize of the pie. It will be interesting to see a full month with Google.dk
TDC Online: 2%
(interestingly, there's no sign of jubii even though the site is registered there and has been so for many years - i've never even considered optimizing for jubii... is there such a thing? ;) ).
>optimizing for jubii... is there such a thing?
Well yes, I do believe so. It has something to with cash though (and plenty of it) ;)
>> the big G will send you heaps of traffic
Actually, it's almost scary. For Eniro.se + Eniro.dk + Kvasir.no i have a total of 7% (these SE's are powered by G as well, and so is TDC Online, Yahoo, and myway.com). The non-G traffic amounts to MSN and Altavista only it seems (= 10%).
>> It has something to with cash
I see they have a minimum of 430 Euros per month (DKK 3K) - no way i'm going to pay that. Anyway, it's a crazy thing. For my most important keyword i'm on page 10+ in their standard SERPS (i didn't bother to look further; i'm #6 at Lycos.com), but i do have the #3 position (of 326,000 (rounded to thousands)) when using their "super søger" (Super SE). Unfortunately this is not the default.
Nah, that's no really right. It's for a year and once you're in, you only pay anually for extra kewyords, long descriptions etc. BUT still a rather spicy fee, but in most cases worth the money.
Standard serps is their own, that's where you pay to be. Their Super SE is also home-grown and compiled from crawling sites that are in their directory. Worldwide serps are FAST.
>Actually, it's almost scary
Agreed. Put all the SE's together that are powered by G and you have a frightening large slize of the total traffic.