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Why Yahoo’s Not Going To Steal The Search Default For iPhone Away From Google

Apparently Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer wants to be the default search for Apple’s Safari browser on iPhone and iPad and has been preparing to make a solid pitch. Well, we all want things we can’t have, and I’d be incredibly surprised if Yahoo got its wish here. Kara Swisher over at… . About SEO, PPC, …

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Zuckerberg: Facebook Graph Search Is “A Five-Year Thing”

It’s been more than a year since Facebook introduced Graph Search to the world — its first foray into developing a serious search product for Facebook users. If you think development of Graph Search has been moving at a snail’s pace, you’re probably not alone. The rollout to… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Search Market Share: Yahoo Hits New Low About To Slip Into Single-Digits

On the heels of Yahoo’s Q1 2014 earnings in which its search business showed signs of life comScore released new monthly search market share figures for the US market. They show Yahoo with 10.1 percent of the market — a new low for the company. It would appear that Yahoo is continuing… . About SEO, …

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RKG: Q1 US Paid Search Up 17 Percent, Fueled By PLAs; Smartphones Drove Just 7 Percent Of Spend

RKG is out with its first quarter Digital Marketing Report today, showing US paid search spend increased 17 percent year-over-year. This echoes positive Q1 global growth trends reported by Covario (25 percent) and IgnitionOne (8 percent). Mobile devices and product listing ads (PLAs) both drove… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Daily Search Forum Recap: April 11, 2014

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web… Search Engine Roundtable

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Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: April 11, 2014

The big news this week was that Google announced AdWords would go not provided, i.e. not pass query via the referer data. There are some parts of the implementation that are hypocritical. Googleâs Matt Cutts… Search Engine Roundtable

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Twitter Quietly Adds Search For Timelines & Lists

Twitter continues to expand its collection of search filters with the recent addition of search for Timelines and Lists. I’m not aware of any announcement about this, but it’s showing up as a search filter on Twitter.com and in the official Twitter apps (both iOS and Android). The… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Google Video Search Results Without Videos Thumbnails

Google loves showing video thumbnails in the search results, when the query seems to be answered with a video. You know… Search Engine Roundtable

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10 Surprising Facts About “Keyword (Not Provided)” For Paid Search

Earlier this week, everyone went bananas over a rumor that paid search query data was disappearing and that third party tools providers would be slammed. In my article, I’ll clarify fact from fiction. Here are 10 things you need to know about the Keyword (Not Provided) for paid search issue: 1. Can… . About SEO, …

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The Aftermath: Clarifications & Expert Reactions To Google’s Move To Secure Paid Search Queries

Yesterday Google announced it is expanding secure search to clicks on paid ads. The change means that the search query a user typed in before clicking on and ad will be dropped from the referrer string in the URL and won’t be passed to analytics or other software other than AdWords. The move… . About …

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Search Was Largest Digital Channel In 2013 ($18.4B), Mobile Fastest Growing ($7.1B)

This morning the IAB released its full year 2013 report on digital ad revenue. Last year online advertising generated $ 42.8 billion, which exceeded broadcast TV for the first time, by nearly $ 3 billion. However broadcast and cable TV combined were worth $ 74.5 billion. After TV (as a whole) the… . About SEO, …

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Google Tests Video Search Results Without Thumbnail Images

For the longest time, videos found within Google’s search results contained thumbnail images of a frame within the video. That is how Google displays richer search results, ever since the days of Universal Search. It seems like Google is testing making those video results a bit less rich by… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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Not Provided Comes To Paid Search: What Will The Impact Be?

If you’re reading this, you probably already know that Google is making changes that will bring the much-maligned “(not provided)” to paid search. The AdWords world has been abuzz about the change for the past few days. The gist of the development is that when people using secure… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Daily Search Forum Recap: April 9, 2014

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today… Search Engine Roundtable

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Official: Google Brings “Not Provided” To Ads, Will Withhold Search Query Data From Paid Clicks

As suspected, Google is moving to secure search for clicks on paid search ads. In an announcement posted by Paul Feng, Product Management Director, AdWords on the Ads Developer Blog, the company states, “Today, we are extending our efforts to keep search secure by removing the query from the… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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