A few weeks ago I posted a comment about daily search traffic trends, from an aggregate sampling of the web sites we are tracking.
Saturday night, I was discussing search trends with Rick Segal, via Skype. Looking at Rick’s travel schedule, we were probably in the same building at the time! We were discussing some of the coming features and advances in the to be released, patent-pending, search metrics technology that Metamend has been developing. As an aside, I mentioned that it’s interesting to compare how people search from within different zip codes; for example 90210 vs 90205.
We laughed and said that there’s lots of places which would be interesting to examine. I could just post what interests me, but why not let me know which places interest you? Help me out, by sending me the zip codes for some interesting places, (i.e. area 51 !! – what’s the zip code there?), and I’ll try to post some information as soon as possible.
In the meantime; Rick started it off by suggesting that I take a look at a bunch of sites’ search data from 98052, so here it is;
Percentage of Traffic
In looking at the data from our own site this month, I noticed that recently, someone from 98052 searched for “white label search engine optimization solution” (Using Google!)
If you’ve read this post, and will be at SES Toronto this week, feel free to ask me about how we get this data.