Pornhub Insights last wrote about pornstar Stormy Daniels’ searches back in January of 2018 shortly after her alleged affair with Donald Trump was revealed. At the time, searches for Stormy Daniels went from a daily average of 2500 to more than 2 million searches in just 5 days!
Search Engine Marketing Statistics & Trends
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This infographic from milkwhale illustrates 55 must-know SEO tricks for small business websites.
This Parse.ly data reflects the upward trend in referral traffic from Google (all – including AMP – Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages format) and declining trend in referral traffic from Facebook specifically (all Facebook – including Instant Articles).
Google was the top overall traffic referrer for the year, and owned a 36.82 percent share of visits during the second half of 2017.
This infographic illustrates some of the benefits of long-form content, why it’s worth creating and how to do it well.
This infographic by Frames Direct illustrates the evolution of the Internet from a text-only to a visual medium.
Google and Facebook accounted for about 63% of US digital ad revenues in
2017. With the duopoly taking in almost two-thirds of US digital ad revenues, that leaves around a third of the market for every other firm to compete for.
Pornhub’s 2017 Year In Review reports the most popular searches by each state in the USA. The top gaining searches of 2017 by state are based on their proportional increase in popularity compared to the previous year.
Pornhub’s 2017 Year In Review reports the most popular searches by each state in the USA. They might all fly one flag, but the states aren’t always united in their taste for porn. ‘Lesbian’ is the number one most popular searched term by almost all of the states, minus Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa!
Research from Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR) reveals that US marketers hold publishers and media companies the most responsible for figuring out what to do about the impact of fake news on advertising.