A summary of stats from the Christmas 2012 online retail world. Is it all over for Google and how has Amazon beaten ebay?
Tag: Search Engine Statistics
What are the Brits looking for?
What is more important to you – the royal wedding, the olympics or Libya? A quick snapshot of recent search trends in the UK.
The digital year in review
comScore has released its latest report, which offers a comprehensive overview of the digital landscape in Europe.
Hot off the press – Econsultancy PPC Buyer’s Guide
Econsultancy has just published its latest PPC buyer’s guide and we are pleased to say that you can see the mighty Browser Media profiled as a featured supplier.
E-commerce trends 2010
Econsultancy releases some interesting stats on the current state of e-commerce in the UK.
SMEs failing at SEO
SEO SOS: The State of UK Business Websites 2010 study shows SMEs are failing when it comes to SEO – 12% of sites aren’t even being indexed!
Organic search results have a positive affect on paid search performance
Proof that that the presence of organic and paid search listings can have a positive affect on PPC performance? Has this happened to you?
Has Bing’s Market Share Peaked?
Bing’s market growth is gradually slowing down, whilst Google’s is on its way up again. Does this mean Microsoft’s peaked too? SEO Wars!
Online advertising becomes the UK’s largest advertising medium
Online advertising spend overtakes TV for the first half of this year. The Economic climate and ROI have a big part to play. See the figures
Bing’s slowly gaining on Google’s Market Share
According to comScore’s qSearch analysis, Bing is gaining on Google’s market share, but is it really a contender for the top spot?
Microsoft and Yahoo! join forces in the battle against Google
Microsoft and Yahoo! join forces to battle against Google. We’re sceptical but excited to see a rival to the ultimate search journey
Can Bing Really Compete with Google?
Bing the ‘Decision Engine’: User numbers are dwindling and many don’t see it is that different to Google. The search engine wars continue.