comScore reported that explicit search queries for January rose 5% to 17.8 billion, excluding slide show, contextual, and instant searches. No surprise that Google continues to dominate market share with 66.2% in January -- up from 65.9%, sequentially -- but marketers might find it surprising that the question-and-answer site Ask.com continues to gain market share, and the rate of overall mobile click share continues to grow. ...
Coinciding with the college basketball tournament in March, patrons at thousands of partnering bar or restaurant locations across the country can show their support ... Read the whole story
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Google has commissioned Knowledge Networks to create a panel of Internet surfers that it can study through a downloadable app supported by its Web ... Read the whole story
Clicks on tablet ads from paid-search campaigns rose five times higher in January, compared with the same period a year ago, according to research ... Read the whole story
Google says it is moving performance-based mobile ads to an AdWords model, promising a more open marketplace where some campaign costs will decline and ... Read the whole story