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  1. Search Ads Account for 52.8% of World’s Mobile Ad Revenue in 2012

    The Asia-Pacific region was the leader, claiming approximately 40 percent of the world’s mobile ad revenue. Of the three, search ads brought in the majority of global revenue at 52.8 percent, totaling $4.7 billion worldwide.

  2. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    These figures represent the constantly increasing rates of Internet penetration and accessibility in developing markets such as Latin America and Asia. Even where it does arrive, ingrained search habits are likely to remain.

  3. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    IPv4 addresses in Europe and Middle Asia, according to the IPv4 Exhaustion Center page, will be exhausted by August of this year. Russian search engine leader Yandex will support IPv6 on, which is visited mostly by users outside of...

  4. How to Launch an English Only Global Search Marketing Campaign

    Although, you will find the majority of English speaking students studying abroad in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, or Latin America other countries in Asia are becoming more and more popular, specifically China.

  5. Q3 Paid Search Spend Data Bodes Well for Google; Bing Continues to Slide

    Covario predicts between 18 and 22 percent growth in paid search spend in 2012, with Asia Pacific experiencing up to 35 percent over 2011. Baidu currently sits at 6 percent and is expected to take up to 8 percent of global paid search market share...

  6. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    While the global search alliance between Yahoo and Microsoft has completed in the U.S.and Canada, the transition is slowly making its way to Asia. But in Southeast Asia, the search giant continues to assert its presence.