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  1. What Percentage of Brands Actually Use Google+ Authorship? [Analysis]

    However, we did notice a common trend across the financial sector, with JP Morgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Metlife all failing to have a social presence on Google+. Within the search industry we are all aware that Google are heavily promoting...

  2. Bye-bye, Crawler: Blocking the Parasites

    DoCoMo/2.0 P900i(c100;TB;W24H11) (compatible; ichiro/mobile goo; +http://help.goo.ne.jp/help/article/1142/) ichiro/2.0 (http://help.goo.ne.jp/door/crawler.html) moget/2.0 ([email protected]jp) Baiduspider+(+http://www.baidu.com/search/spider.htm...

  3. Social Networking Habits Vary Considerably Across Asia-Pacific Markets

    Facebook.com ranked as the top social network across the majority of individual markets in the region, while competing brands commanded the top position in certain markets, including Orkut in India, Mixi.jp in Japan, CyWorld in South Korea and...

  4. Baidu Launches Wireless Search Service in Beta in Japan

    The beta search service will build upon Baidu.jp including image and video search as well as special features developed specifically for the Japanese audience. Chinese search engine Baidu has launched a wireless search service in Japan.

  5. SearchDay | Maintaining Your Image in the SERPs

    JP Morgan Lowers Search Ad Growth Estimates Posted by Nathania Johnson Nov 3, 2008 JP Morgan Internet analyst Imran Khan is lowering projections for search ad spend for 2008 and 2009. AaronShear Maintaining Your Company's Image in the SERPs BIG...

  6. JP Morgan Lowers Search Ad Growth Estimates

    JP Morgan Internet analyst Imran Khan is lowering projections for search ad spend for 2008 and 2009. The forecast for 2008 growth is now 23.4% year-over-year, down from earlier projections at 27.4%. The forecast for 2008 is a dismal 17.3%, down...

  7. Virgin Charter Launches Vertical Search Engine

    The JP Morgan Chase forecast estimated search could reach $60 billion by 2011. Sir Riichard Branson launched a new vertical search engine, Virgin Charter, that promises to revolutionize high-end corporate travel and last minute luxury travel.