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Search Engine Traffic Declines While Engagement Remains Steady [Study]

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A Shareaholic analysis of search engine data has found a steady decline in the number of visitors coming from search engines over six months. Based on average visit duration, pages per visit, and bounce rate, Google sent less engaged visitors. A Shareaholic analysis of search engine data has found a steady decline in the number of visitors coming from search engines over six months. 0 Comments

Yahoo Q2 2011 Report: Revenue Hurts While Income Grows

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Yahoo's second quarter report doesn't look pretty at first glance: GAAP revenue is down 23 percent. However, the operating income for the company has increased by 9 percent. Yahoo's second quarter report doesn't look pretty at first glance: GAAP revenue is down 23 percent. However, the operating income for the company has increased by 9 percent. 0 Comments

Invest Time in Twitter Now for Long-Term Rewards

Links are still the short-term payout. But there may come a time where "social media mentions" are a factor in search engine rankings, or when Twitter sends your site thousands or tens of thousands of visitors per day. Links are still the short-term payout. But there may come a time where "social media mentions" are a factor in search engine rankings, or when Twitter sends your site thousands or tens of thousands of visitors per day. 0 Comments

Top Web Properties in Japan for October, 2007

Yahoo is identified as the most used Web property in Japan while news and sports sites gain traffic by users looking for coverage of current events. Yahoo is identified as the most used Web property in Japan while news and sports sites gain traffic by users looking for coverage of current events. 0 Comments

Excite Next To Go?

Excite@Home may be the next to depart the portal playing field, given the signals it has been sending out recently. Excite@Home may be the next to depart the portal playing field, given the signals it has been sending out recently. 0 Comments

Infoseek and Disney Set To Go

Infoseek and Disney put a name to the site they plan to launch later this year: Go. The site will encompass material from Disney, Infoseek and Starwave web properties, such as ESPN.com, ABCNews.com. It's expected to launch in November. Infoseek and Disney put a name to the site they plan to launch later this year: Go. The site will encompass material from Disney, Infoseek and Starwave web properties, such as ESPN.com, ABCNews.com. It's expected to launch in November. 0 Comments