US web users regularly experience ‘search engine fatigue’, according to a poll carried out by Kelton Research and commissioned by AutoByTel.
Yahoo posts some encouraging financial data. Whilst it is still a very long way behind Google, there are signs that the Panama platform have helped the company’s fortunes.
Forrester announces predicutions for the US search engine marketing industry. Search engine marketing set to continue rapid growth.
Google powers over 31bn search queries worldwide this year. Yahoo still struggles to make any impact. Baidu shows greatest growth potential.
A look at the growth of search engine marketing in the US. MarketingSherpa releases the latest edition of its Search Engine Marketing Guide.
Some much needed good news for Yahoo. Yahoo! finally beat Google at something…
Google has been accused of misleading web users by failing to distinguish between organic search results and sponsored links generated by the search engine.
The Nielsen//NetRatings study revealed we are most likely to search for travel deals, social networks and information references like Wiki.
This Nielsen//NetRatings study shows web users may actually use two or three search engines. But Google is still top with 79% retention rate.
Google and Yahoo disappoint investors with latest set of results.
ask.com makes inroads in the competitive world of search engine usage – the combination of a new service and agressive marketing campaign increases market share.
New report shows that Google makes more money from its users than rivals MSN and Yahoo