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  1. Retail Paid Search Traffic Up 30%, Organic Visits Drop 3% [Study]

    This highlights that is even more important for a website owners to ensure they have a mobile-friendly website, as they found only 52 percent of merchants had a mobile optimize websites in the second quarter of 2013.

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Microsoft Reports Third-Quarter Results – Microsoft News Center"The Online Services Division reported revenue of $832 million, an 18% increase from the prior year period. Reports First Quarter 2013 Results – Yahoo Investor RelationsYahoo reported...

  3. Consumers Spend 20-30% of Time Online in Social; Ad Tolerance Improving [Study]

    More than a quarter of social media users say they are more likely to pay attention to an ad shared by one of their social connections,” Bannon noted. Additionally, more than a quarter of consumers are OK with seeing ads on social networking sites...

  4. Google Reports $12.2 Billion in Q2 2012 Revenue, 35% YoY Growth

    Google revenues topped $10 billion for the third quarter in a row, up 15 percent from the $10.65 billion reported in Q1 2012. The Q2 2012 $12.21 billion in revenue is another new record and reflects a 35 percent increase over the same quarter last...

  5. 2011 Super Bowl Predictions: 'Volkswagen Commercial: The Force' Beats 'Audi - Goodnight Commercial'

    It will also air in the first quarter. But Volkswagen will score in the second and fourth quarter with two spots that are already generating more buzz in social media and are likely to win first and second place when the game is over.

  6. SearchDay | The Organic and Paid Balancing Act

    For them, it's the first quarter of their fiscal year, while other companies go with the traditional calendar and call it their third quarter. Microsoft's Net Income Increases by 2% Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 24, 2008 Microsoft announced its...

  7. Microsoft's Net Income Increases by 2%

    For them, it's the first quarter of their fiscal year, while other companies go with the traditional calendar and call it their third quarter. Microsoft announced its earnings for the fiscal quarter ending September 30, 2008.