• Search Remains Focus For Google, With 18 Mentions During Earnings Call
    There were eighteen mentions of "search" in Google's earnings call Monday -- but the majority were related to mobile search or search on YouTube, rather than on desktop.
  • Bernie Sanders' BERN Will Search And Target Voters
    The online tool allows anyone to contribute to the campaign's voter database, apparently without an opt-in for the owner of the personally identifiable information.
  • Some Twitter Users Willing To Pay $4 For The Service
    Most users say they would likely not pay to use Twitter, but those ages 18 to 44 say they most likely would. It's not clear whether a subscription service would help sell advertising, search, video or others types, on the site.
  • Google Apps And Utilities: Merkle's Search Campaign Alternatives
    It appears that internet utilities will take search into the future, whether organic or paid -- specifically through Google.
  • Amazon Takes Search Budgets From Google, Bing, Yahoo, Data Suggests
    Marketers spent 77% more in Q1 2019 on Amazon Sponsored Brands ads, formerly known as Headline Search Ads, while Amazon Sponsored Products grew 19% year-on-year, according to Merkle.
  • Google, Bing Driving Changes In CTRs, CPCs
    Click-through rates continue to decline, but marketers keep increasing budgets for paid-search ads running on Google and Bing. Will the cost to seal deals with customers continue to rise?
  • SEO Needs Lift From Social During Ramadan, Cinco de Mayo, Mother's Day
    Reviews can boost SEO, but personalizing content still falls short on its own. Less than 20% of shoppers said the product recommendations they see are relevant in a Bazaarvoice study.
  • Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox Get Private Browsing Extension
    Presearch rewards users at the end of the search with its own cryptocurrency token for searching through its site or browser extension, and for referring new users.
  • Search And Amazon's Private-Label Business
    Publishers are creating content for their websites based on search keywords. Could the same work at Amazon to develop its private-label line of products?
  • Google 'Signed Exchanges' Let Publishers Use Their URLs For AMP Pages
    Publishers will need to use the Signed Exchanges standard. The technology allows publishers to control their own cookies, analytics, and brand in the URL bar.
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