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  1. SearchDay | Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing

    Android, iPhone Web Requests Higher Than Their Market Share Posted by Nathania Johnson May 28, 2009 AdMob has released its April 2009 mobile metric report and, as expected, the iPhone is rocking the mobile web.

  2. SearchDay | 3 Keys to a Successful Web Presence

    MySpace Mobile Application to Support Microsoft Windows Mobile and Silverlight Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 31, 2009 A new MySpace mobile application set to debut this summer will support Microsoft Windows Mobile as well as Microsoft Silverlight.

  3. SearchDay | Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    IE Browsers Drop Below 70% Market Share Posted by Frank Watson Jan 2, 2009 The Dallas Morning News reported Internet Explorer - Microsoft's pervasive web browser - has fallen to 68% market share. Google, Microsoft Higher Ups Dish Out the Dough for...

  4. SearchDay | Landing Pages and the Decision-Making Process

    Internet searches last month while Microsoft Corp.lost market share, according to researcher ComScore Inc. Yahoo Gains Search Share While Microsoft and Google Drop Posted by Frank Watson Oct 29, 2008 Bloomberg News reports the monthly search...

  5. SearchDay | Google's New Tools for Site Link Strengthening

    Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 17, 2008 Despite Yahoo's decline in the search market as of late, some are beginning to cry foul, saying Wall Street is punishing YHOO just a little too much. Prices dipped below $11 a share this week, almost half the...

  6. SearchDay: PPC Advertising: Art or Science?

    Carl Icahn Returns to Letter-Writing; Microsoft Open to Deal with a New Yahoo Board Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 7, 2008 The rumors of Microsoft still being open to a deal with Yahoo are true - with a caveat.

  7. Microsoft to Work on Live Search Reputation

    Kevin Johnson, Microsoft's president of platforms and services division, has said that the company will work to fix their search brand image, according to USA Today. Microsoft has a history of holding the third largest search market share.