Google Changes the Look of Paid and Organic Search Results on Desktop

Today, SEO is still incredibly important. Companies spend a huge amount of time and resources trying to keep their search results in Google’s top search slots. But times are changing. Desktop web search is in decline and Google is dominating.

As Google gravitates towards revenue growth, they slowly but surely apply natural search results and transform this valuable property into advertising.

They’re turning free-riders into taxpayers. Their paid advertising results are so good and relevant that it is questionable whether they poison the consumer well, leaving the door open for companies whose search results are “natural. Some of my smart colleagues hope so, but I’m not sure.

In a tourist vertical, for example, Expedia is big enough to pay for these best search results, so when a person looks for a Google flight from Seattle to New York and sees a big fare from Expedia in front and centre, why do they care how he got there?

Internet search results come in two forms, paid and organic. When searching on Google, results at the top and right will often be paid or online ads. Businesses that own these ads pay Google Adwords on a cost per click or cost per conversion (CPC) basis.

Thus, every time someone clicks on an ad Google will charge that business based on the cost of the keyword. This cost is calculated similarly to an auction. You and your competitors need to bid on the same keyword, with the highest bids specified first.

However, potentially you will still see different rating results between mobile and desktop search results, so you will still want to track both. (Just like now, Google mainly uses the desktop site to determine the rating, but you still want to track mobile ratings because they differ from desktop ratings based on user behaviour and other factors).

Google likes to interfere with its search engine advertising. A long time ago we had ads at the top, right and bottom of organic search results in abundance. Recently, Google made a change that led to a decrease in the display of ads on the right side of the search results on the desktop and limited ads on the top or bottom of SERP-search. “This is an example from one of our accounts. You can see that the highest RPM comes from a 3.6 + position. Although it can be difficult to get a volume of impressions on these positions, I can see from this data that targeting these positions will be the most profitable in terms of return on investment”.

Changes in paid search results

Paid search has become a popular advertising channel for startups. It allows business owners to buy laser-targeted traffic from such search engines as Google and Bing. Google AdWords and Bing Ads are two leading paid search networks, both of which are keyword targeting with the cost-per-click (CPC) pricing model. Using any of these networks, you can create your ads for your startup, which appear in your search results when someone is looking for a keyword related to your business.

An online search, otherwise known as a search query, is a search engine input that gives both paid and organic results. Paid results are ads that appear at the top and bottom of the page and are marked accordingly. Organic results are unchecked results that appear between ads. Search engine marketing, also known as paid search, is the practice of advertising on search results pages (SERPs). All major search engines offer advertising space, and the most famous platform is Google Ads (formerly known as AdWords).

Paid Search (PPC): Paid search results are ads. Businesses pay to have their ads displayed when users perform a search that contains specific keywords. Typically, ads are displayed above and to the right of the organic search results. The exact placement of ads is determined by both the bidding process and the quality assessment. Advantages and disadvantages of paid search are often the opposite of organic ads.

A paid search is often opposed to an organic search or search results that are not based on any commercial agreement. Organic search results are “natural” or “real” in the sense that they are based on an algorithm designed to provide users with the most relevant and useful results. Paid search results, on the other hand, are distorted by a contractual promotion plan between the advertiser and the web host.

Changes in organic search results

Paid search is also known as advertising. Search engines will display ads along with organic search results. This is the main way that search engines make money. Advertisements are almost always displayed at the top of the search result, or in the left/right sidebar. An example of a paid search result is when a Google user searches for the term “laptop”. Google will show ads from several major computer stores (such as Apple or Dell) as well as a full range of organic content associated with the keyword “laptop”.

These are ads placed on search engines that appear at the top of search results by keywords or search phrases (usually the first 4 or 1/2 are placed at the bottom). These ads are placed above the organic lists on the search result pages (SERPS). The position of your ad is subject to a keyword bidding process. Google’s advertising platform called AdWords and is best known as Bing and Yahoo also have their PPC platforms.

One of the biggest problems with metasearch, in general, is that most meta-search engines tend to mix pay per click ads in their organic search results, and for some commercial queries 70% or more of the search results can be paid. I also created Myriad Search, which is a free open source meta-search engine with no ads.

Organic Search Results: Search results returned by search engines that are based solely on-page content and page popularity. Organic search results are not categorized by catalogue results or paid advertising results. According to, the total amount of money spent on search engine optimization is only 12% of what is spent on paid advertising (PPC). What makes these statistics so startling is that organic search engine results (those that appear in natural “free” lists) are better spotted, read and clicked than paid lists.