Chris Pinkerton , the vice president of business development at Mediative, has been tracking the ways viewers look at the Google search engine results page (SERP) since 2003. In that time, Mediative’s eye-tracking studies have revealed major shifts in the way users consume the SERP.
At SMX East 2016 , he explored the ways the proliferation of mobile devices have deeply impacted user search behavior on both mobile and desktop searches.
In 2005, there was a Golden Triangle pattern when it came to eyeballs on the Google SERP. But in 2016, this pattern is vastly different, due in large part to mobile. It’s changed the way people consume the SERP and the speed at which they consume it.
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