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  1. The Multi-Platform Majority Has Arrived. Are You Ready?

    One of my favorite discussions to have with the Millennials at my office revolves around what it was like to be in college without cell phones. For every complaint I hear about how impersonal everything seems with everyone's faces buried in their...

  2. 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. The world continues to buy Nokia phones. As we access the web more using mobile devices, search will become more...

  3. 4 SEM Trends & Takeaways From Covario INFLECTIONPoint 2013

    Cell phones are driving both search and now display, as well. The audience is growing more diverse and more mobile. He talked about the importance of making data-driven decisions and drew analogies to search engine marketing, web analytics...

  4. Smaller-Screen Creative: Why Smartphones & Tablets Aren't Created Equal

    Tablet usage is popular in locations where Wi-Fi access is available, be that a coffee shop or even at home, while mobile phones can be used wherever a cell or wifi signal is available. In fact according to HopStop CEO Joe Meyer, location-based...

  5. Yahoo! Launches Mobile Site for U.S. Hispanic Users

    comScore mobile internet data shows adoption among Hispanics outpacing other demographics, with 88% accessing the mobile internet on their cell phones. s award-winning mobile Search, editor-selected content, and U.S.and global news content...

  6. 7 Social Media Predictions for 2009

    Just as we've seen many people live without a landline telephone -- using only a cell phone -- we'll see households stop paying for cable and view what the Web has to offer via their Internet connection and hook up their computers to their high...

  7. Google Mobile Advertising: Start Now!

    Focus on 2-word keywords, and even one-word ones, that are most likely to be used by harried, ADD-afflicted users of mobile devices (a.k.a.cell phones). Google provides some mobile site resources for sorting out the options, but fortunately there...