Well say that you have a site of 100 pages. If 90 of those pages indexed in Google, 75 are indexed in Yahoo, 80 are indexed in MSN, Ask.com and 65, you say that the saturation of its search engine is the sum of these. Is 310. You can include search engines like Mahalo small, Dogpile, and many people there, but the number of pages would never end if I stay with 4.
Search engine saturation is your gauge for how effective you are in getting search engine listings. It’s one of the gauges for how effective you are at search engine marketing in general.While search engine saturation is generally measured for each individual website, you are a business. If you start another website in the same niche as your first one then you stand a greater chance of increasing your exposure through search engine saturation simply because you double your chances that you’ll get page 1 rankings at Google.
very interesting topic. how to implement it in seo. can anybody elaborate it.
thanks in advance
Search Engine Saturation is the number of web pages and related files that a search engine has indexed from your website.
So if all your pages are indexed in the search engines it means that a visitor has the potential to find all your pages. If a page is not indexed then nobody can find it through the search engines.
Search engine saturation is a term which refers to the number of pages of your web pages indexed in the search engines...
Search engine saturation is your gauge for how effective you are in getting search engine listings where the users can find all your pages easily......
I don't know what it means so I'm going to make my own thing up :)
Search engine saturation refers to the law of diminishing returns as it pertains to the search engines. Essentially, you reach a maximum of how much SEO efforts you can do before you reach a saturation point where anything additional simply becomes less and less effective. Therefore, there's a "glass ceiling" aka saturation point to what can be accomplished for any given keyword term or any particular site in the SERPS.