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Search results optimization

Slide Content

The slide introduces the concept of "Search results optimization" by illustrating how a search engine uses current location and personal data to optimize search queries and chosen content. The slide includes a magnifying glass to represent the search engine. Current location is indicated as a factor in personalizing search results, implying geographical targeting. "Search queries and chosen content" likely refers to the user's input and interaction influencing future search results. Personal data, which includes opinions and shared content, is shown to have a significant impact on the search outcomes.

Graphical Look

  • Central magnifying glass icon symbolizing a search engine
  • Circular flow represented by curved arrows, indicating a cyclical process
  • Icons representing "Current location" (pin), "Search queries and chosen content" (question mark and play button), and "Personal data" (user profile)
  • Small orange arrows pointing from the descriptive boxes to the central icon, indicating flow or influence
  • Blue and orange color scheme throughout for both text and icons
  • Flat design style for all icons and graphical elements

The slide has a clean, modern look with a well-structured flow that visually leads the viewer through the optimization process. The color contrast between blue and orange ensures important elements are prominent and attention-grabbing.

Use Cases

  • Explaining the factors influencing search engine result personalization in digital marketing presentations
  • Training sessions for SEO professionals to illustrate the role of user data in search optimization
  • Pitching a search engine optimization (SEO) strategy to potential clients by showcasing the importance of various data points
  • Workshops on online privacy to discuss how personal information can affect search experiences and outcomes

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