Project Manager at CS
05 July 2006 10:31am
Can e-consultancy provide us with this statistics? Some months ago you could get this statistics from several sources, but now this information seems to be very profitable (you must this into account for international search engine marketing) and only Nielsen and others offers this information (with subscription)
I think this information would fit perfectly in "Internet Statistics Compendium 2006"
Research Director at Econsultancy
06 July 2006 11:49am
We'll look out for this information and try to include in future versions of the Internet Statistics Compendium (if we can get it). It's a good suggestion.
SEO at Cheapflights Media
11 July 2006 15:24pm
Have a look at searchenginewatch.com.
I know they've had this type of information in the past. Last time I looked it wasn't fantasically up-to-date, but may be useful.
11 July 2006 16:24pm
Lot of thanks, but now they send you to Nielsen for true up-to-date information :/
CEO at Econsultancy
12 July 2006 10:48am
We do have access to the stats you are after (via Nielsen//NetRatings) but unfortunately we are unable to publish them because they are not ours and not freely available. At least yet.
However, here are a few pointers you could follow up:
- The man you would need to plead with for any free stats on this would be Alex Burmaster, who is European Internet Analyst at Nielsen//NetRatings. He regularly gives talks at events where these sorts of stats come up. He gave these stats as far as I can remember at the recent Search Engine Strategies conference in the UK. However, you won't find his presentation at http://searchenginestrategies.com/sew/london06/presentations.html...
- You could also contact IAB Europe. They have some of these stats though I'm not sure if they've been collected together into a single report. Each country representative could help you for their country.
- You could also try SEMPO. Though they are quite US-centric you could talk to Massimo Burgio who is Italian, though US-based. He knows quite a bit about the European Search market.
Hope that helps
Ashley Friedlein, CEO, E-consultancy.com
12 July 2006 10:59am
Lots of Thanks for your response :)
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