Have you noticed that Google’s search results pages are not just text results anymore? Whether you have or not, Google has made a strong push to mix in more types of search results (e.g. videos, images, maps, reviews) with its traditional text results.
This strategy has allowed Google to keep its users within its properties (e.g. Google+) to further capitalize on possible advertising opportunities. This direction continues to be great for Google, but many competitors looking to capture some of this market are feeling more “locked out” than ever.
In this article we are going to look at the one thing that could have prevented Google from continuing down this path – the FTC’s antitrust investigation into Google’s practices. In addition, we will look at SEO after the Google Antitrust Settlement. All of this in a easy-to-understand infographic.