Who is Winning Cyber Monday This Year in Google?
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Who is Winning Cyber Monday This Year in Google?

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Last week, I wrote a blog post with some research I did to see what companies were doing well in Google rankings for Black Friday keywords. Now that Black Friday has passed and Cyber Monday is coming up soon, I thought I would do the same type of basic research to see what companies are ranking well in Google for Cyber Monday keywords.

Just as I did last time, the keyword searches below were done in Chrome using the incognito browser option so that my previous searches and web browsing history wouldn’t influence the results. I did not include news articles or Adwords ad placements when searching, nor did I include things like images, videos, shopping… or other Google call-outs. If a website had more than one result in the top 3, I only counted it once.

Google results tend to be a bit fluid, so these results may have already changed since yesterday, and/or they may be different for people searching elsewhere. This isn’t scientific, but it is interesting to see what websites are ranking well for Cyber Monday general search results.

Here are the top 3 website rankings for Cyber Monday keywords that I found:

Cyber Monday

  • CyberMonday.com
  • Amazon.com
  • Walmart.com

Cyber Monday Ads

  • TheBlackFriday.com
  • Walmart.com
  • CyberMonday2014.com

Cyber Monday 2014

  • Walmart.com
  • Amazon.com
  • BestBuy.com

Cyber Monday Deals

  • CyberMonday.com
  • Amazon.com
  • Walmart.com

Cyber Monday Sale

  • Walmart.com
  • Amazon.com
  • Overstock.com

Cyber Monday Sales

  • Walmart.com
  • Amazon.com
  • CyberMonday2014.com

Cyber Monday Coupons

  • CyberMonday.com
  • CouponSherpa.com
  • Coupons.com

Cyber Monday Specials

  • Walmart.com
  • Overstock.com
  • CyberMonday.com

Cyber Monday Offers

  • CyberMonday.com
  • BestBuy.com
  • Target.com

Having good rankings for generic keywords is good, but there are likely more individual brand and product searches than general Cyber Monday searches when you add them together. For example, a company may see more sales if their website ranks higher for a brand like Xbox than if it ranks well for Cyber Monday.


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Comments (2)

    BullS

    You hear from me first- the only brick and mortar stores that will survive this online internet age are super giant stores like Walmart, Fred Myer

    I could practically get everything online but there are things that I will not and won’t order online like my food.

    I like to squeeze,taste, smell and pinch my fruits and vegetables!! and or course smell the seafood.

    November 29th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Deborah Jean Marie Boyd.

    From now on the consumer is King (or Queen) and vendors need to put families first and pay attention to their customers. If retailers with expensive B&M stores want to thrive they also need a website. All the shoppers who stayed home avoided the thieves and protesters. In certain areas it is getting much less user friendly, especially for seniors.

    December 1st, 2014 at 5:13 pm

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