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  1. SEO & PPC Q1 2014 Trends: '(not provided)', Mobile & Bing Ads All Grow [Reports]

    In fact, spend on Bing grew 60 percent YoY, according to The Search Agency’s data. Bing is beginning to represent an increasingly appealing alternative to Google because of its less competitive bidding environment (lower CPCs) and increasingly...

  2. Why Yahoo Wants to Move Into Contextual Search and How it Might Work For Them

    How can Yahoo convert people to use their search over Google or Bing? Mobile is where the traffic is going from desktop, and it makes sense for both the marketing value and a revenue value that Yahoo wants to be in there and potentially take some...

  3. Google Reveals Top Searches of 2013: From Nelson Mandela to Twerking

    You can learn about the 2013 search trends in Bing, Yahoo and Ask, here. And Google invites us all to share what made our year memorable on Google+ with the #my2013 hashtag, which shows up on both Google+ and the Zeitgeist site.

  4. Mobile SEO: 5 Ways to Ensure Your Brand's Content is Optimized

    RKG published data recently showing the percentage share of organic search visits across Google, Yahoo, and Bing quarterly from Q2 2012 to Q2 2013. Google's recent Hummingbird algorithm and the arrival of KitKat are forcing agencies and brands to...

  5. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    Just as searches are conducted on platforms other than Google, Bing, and Yahoo, search also happens on social platforms. Bing displays auto-complete results in the search bar as well. Hashtags can also be used to share happy news and fun updates.

  6. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    If Bing were to lead the search engine market share over Google, the search landscape would be entirely different than what we see today. For laptop and desktop users, it will take some time before the majority of them have upgraded to Windows 8...

  7. Securing the Future of SEO: Global Brands & 5 '(Not Provided)' Solutions

    Bing and Yahoo organic search data is available (unless the engines are used in a browser blocking search terms) and directional for all organic optimizations. Marketers will still have access to referring keywords data from other search engines...