• More Than A Third Of Consumers Begin Holiday Searches, Make Purchases 1-3 Months Ahead: Study
    Data released this week suggests marketers may want to begin their search campaigns at least one month earlier.
  • Publishers: It's Not All About Google
    A site owned by the parent company of TikTok is a growing source of traffic for media publishers, and recently became the largest referral source for Inquisitr media. "We have a market that says 'Google,' 'Google,' 'Google,' but the answer isn't always Google," say Dominick Miserandino, The Inquisitr CEO.
  • Google Maps Alternative Displays Business Icon, Customizes Search
    The travel app Nexit links to Interstate Data USA to display names and types of businesses rather than "nearby" businesses like Google Maps, which could reroute travelers in the opposite direction.
  • On Black Friday, 93M Consumers Shopped Online
    Kenshoo, which refers to the Thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend as "Cyber 5," has released data outlining some of the key findings on one of the shortest shopping seasons in memory.
  • Google Adds Package Tracking To Search Queries As Holiday Ecommerce Surpasses $9B
    Google announced Thursday an early access program that lets package delivery companies integrate their APIs with Google, so consumers can search for relevant information about their parcel's delivery journey.
  • Genius Sues Google For Unfair Competition
    Genius announced earlier this year it suspected Google is copying its lyrics and serving them up in search engine query results and said it would use watermarks to prove it at the time.
  • Mojeek Pushes To Become The Next Google
    U.K.-based search engine Mojeek announced taking delivery of 100 new servers Monday -- an investment that doubles the number the search engine previously had supporting its search services.
  • Five Failed Brands, Retailers Have Something In Common: Incorrect Information
    A recent analysis found that some 46% of listings featured missing information such as a phone number or hours of operation, while 51% had misspelled names, wrong addresses, or other errors. Only 3% of the listings were completely accurate.