The Growth of a New Search Term in Google

Jun 11, 2007 - 10:12 am 2 by
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As brand new words are coined, they may not have any results in the SERPs initially. That can all change, however, as the terms gain momentum and popularity. In a WebmasterWorld thread, a search term that initially had 0 results eventually spiked to 330 results, then 24,000, and after 72 hours, hit 562,000 results. Today, it stands at 729,000.

It is an interesting case study. Expecting rapid growth and seeing the exact numbers of HOW rapid are two different things.

Yes, it is pretty impressive to see the numbers of results climb in the SERPs.

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.


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