Infographic: Video Content, Especially On YouTube, Wins In Google Universal Search
Google Universal Search is a way that Google blends in matches from its “vertical” or “specialty” search engines, like image search or video search, into webpage results. What’s the best way to tap into Universal Search in order to be visible? Have video content, especially on YouTube, according to a new study.
As you can see, video content is far more likely to be blended into the search results than any other type of vertical material, followed by image content. And if you’re going to do video, do it on Google’s own YouTube video site. The study found that 80% of video integrations came from YouTube, as opposed to other video sites:
Want the infographic for yourself? You’ll find it here at Searchmetrics. Also be sure to read our Search Engine Land story about the study, Google Shopping Visibility Plunges In “Universal Search” Results; Video Stays Dominant.
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