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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. They recently bought Nokia for $7.2 billion, and sales of the Lumina phone set another record for the third quarter of...

  2. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    A users could search a variety of different queries such as [find a t mobile store near me], [where can i sell my cell phone in san diego]. On a desktop, these searches would most likely be searched as [cell phone shop] (12,100 search per month in...

  3. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    Around the world the amount of time spent online is increasing exponentially, especially among cell phone users. A recent study by Strategy Analytics indicates that the number of people using their cell phones to access the Internet has quadrupled...

  4. How to Get Actionable Insights From Social Media Measurement and Monitoring Tools

    Example: If I worked for Verizon or AT&T, and wanted to engage people interested in finding the right cell phone, I might approach users who ask questions or mention the word "cell phone" and help with their purchasing decision.

  5. Beyond the Click: What Shoppers Need Now - SES San Francisco

    Mobile is also emerging as a source of online retail sales: one in five shoppers said they intended to use their cell phones to shop during the holiday season. Rather provide suggestions to refine search, or provide a phone number to call.

  6. How Large Advertisers are Accelerating their SEO with Social Media - SES San Francisco

    There are even differences between what people in England call a toilet [a bog] and a cell phone [a mobile] How do you Know it Wasn't Someone at Google Who Forced it to the Top? Jeff: Can't say that there isn't someone at Google who does that.

  7. Consumers Head Online for Local Business Information

    Sixty percent of smartphone users say they have conducted a local search on their phone, versus 19 percent of standard cell phone users that have data connection. The data reveals that mobile search continues to grow as more consumers have access...