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  1. 49% of U.K. Consumers Use Organic Search to Find Online Retailers [Study]

    Kaufman says other retailers need to be able to use Web-wide data in order to compete with Amazon, because when it comes to what a shopper wants right now on that retail site, "the vast majority of sites are oblivious.

  2. Marin Adds Google Shopping Campaign Management

    With millions of products available for sale and constantly-changing inventory and promotions," Marin's announcement said, "retail advertisers must compete for the attention of consumers through ads that offer compelling visuals, prices...

  3. Mobile Implementation Errors Cost Sites 68% of Organic Smartphone Traffic [Study]

    These errors result in a poor experience for users, and Google has said that sites that don't provide a good mobile experience may not be able to compete as well in the search results. Why? This is a result of incorrectly implemented mobile...

  4. YouTube to Censor Search Results From Artists Who Rebuff New Streaming Music Service

    Is the day coming when Google will force content creators to create a Google+ account and verify their content in order to compete in organic search? YouTube is having difficulty getting independent music labels to sign on to its new service due to...

  5. Want to Increase Your CTR by Nearly 50%? Consider Search Refinements

    When users visit a search engine, they conduct multiple searches nearly 65 percent of the time, according to a study by Compete. Ask many search marketers what their number one goal is and they'll probably tell you it's to appear in the top...

  6. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    Instead of finding a way to legitimately out-compete other internet and mobile search providers, they instead decided to choke off competition through this cynical, anti-consumer scheme. Google is facing an antitrust lawsuit over its alleged...

  7. Google Reveals New AdWords Features: App Ads, 'Enterprise' Tools, & More

    The launch of enterprise-level tools in AdWords will offer more convenience for advertisers, but will likely compete with some third-party management solutions advertisers have used, as they were previously the only option for bulk actions, bid...