We’ve had a pretty significant upswing in search engine traffic lately, so we thought it would be cool to take a look at how our users access SeatGeek. For the unfamiliar, SeatGeek is a ticket search engine that aggregates the web’s best sports, concert, and theater listings all in one place. We help you find the best deals using Deal Score.

Here are some of the highlights of what we found:

  • 40% of our organic traffic comes from Internet Explorer users. The next closest is Safari at 29%.
  • 88% of our organic traffic comes from Google. Yahoo is the next largest at a mere 8%.
  • The lowest percentage of Google traffic by browser came from Internet Explorer: 80% of our IE organic visits came from Google while 12% came from Yahoo.
  • The highest percentage of Google traffic came from (not so surprisingly) Chrome: 97% of Chrome visits came via Google.
Here are some nice pie charts so you can examine the data for yourself:
More pie charts by browser:


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