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  1. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    Cell phone users upgrade their phone every 21.7 months, and the search wars will be more and more dependent on the mobile market. If Microsoft were to integrate search into all of these services and devices and provide a seamless experience, Google...

  2. Psst, Microsoft! Bashing Competitors Isn’t a Marketing Strategy

    We love 72 day marriages, we love comment flame wars and we love YouTube videos of people playing horrible tricks on their friends. Here's how trash-talking your competition comes back to haunt you. The purpose of the Scroogled campaign isn't to...

  3. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    Currently, it requires technology giants – which initiate capitalistic "wars of the Titans" – to make a mark. As leading search industry expert and SEMPO Vice President Mike Grehan so eloquently put it: "You have no more right to rank at Google...

  4. Battle of the Browsers: Impacting Search Share

    Browser Wars Heat Up As someone who lives and breathes search every day, my eyes were immediately drawn to the new look of the search bar in the top right corner of the browser. While it defaults to Google search, a dropdown enables you to access...

  5. Google's Path to Domination

    History teaches a great deal, and battles have been won and lost in the search wars since the concept of choice was introduced to search. How appropriate on the day Hitwise announces that Google is pulling 69 percent of all search activity that we...

  6. SearchDay: The Search Wars Are Over

    Forget Competition, the Search Wars Are Over» SEARCHING FOR MEANING: Industry oversight, insight, and best practicesAdvertisers love competition because (arguably) costs will be driven down. Search Engine Watch Experts Columns

  7. Forget Competition, the Search Wars are Over

    The other search engines should just give up and declare Google the winner. Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask, and the thousands of search utilities on the Internet should direct traffic to Google because it's clearly the best search engine.

  8. SEW Experts: Forget Competition, the Search Wars are Over

    In today's Searching for Meaning column, "Forget Competition, the Search Wars are Over," Kevin Ryan wonders if maybe we shouldn't count the other (non-Google) search engines out just yet. Advertisers love competition because (arguably) costs will...