By Josh Dalton
As a follow-up to Netmark’s two search engine ranking studies, both released earlier this year, our statisticians decided a deeper, more vertical look was necessary in order to gain additional insights into Google’s search engine ranking algorithm. To do this, our team selected 100 random search engine queries, saved the top 100 Google results for each query, segmented the results by page (groups of ten; i.e., results 1-10, results 11-20, etc.), and analyzed our ﬁndings. One way to look at this data is to determine minimum SEO requirements.