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  1. Google Reveals Top Searches of 2013: From Nelson Mandela to Twerking

    North Korea What did you search for on Google in 2013? Were you curious about “twerking” like the many others who pushed that search query to the top of Google’s “what is” search list? Or perhaps you wanted to learn more about Nelson Mandela who...

  2. Yahoo Year in Review 2012: Election, iPhone 5 & Kim Kardashian

    North Korea For the 12th straight year, Yahoo has announced their annual year in review. Since 2001, Yahoo has compiled lists of the top search queries entered into the search box in an attempt to determine the year's top stories, fads, and...

  3. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    Naver commands more than 70 percent market share in South Korea, making it the fifth most used search engine in the world, following Google, Yahoo, Baidu, and Bing. North Asia may be one region where Google doesn’t always dominate due to other...

  4. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    What makes South Korea so special is that the "international players" only have around 7 percent of the total search market, while Naver has 62 percent; Daum 21 percent; and Nate 10 percent. Globally, countries like China (Baidu), Russia (Yandex...

  5. Global Search Marketing Numbers Are Shocking, Wake up America!

    Nigeria's 44 million users is more than South Korea, Mexico, or Canada -- and it's less than one-third of the population of Nigeria.x Internet Users in Asia So forget the statistic that in the future there will be four Chinese users for every...

  6. Oh What A Tangled Web They've Weaved: Wikileaks Game Card

    Real doubts within the Chinese leadership about the future of North Korea as a separate entity from South Korea. But, most of it is confusing, so I thought a game card would be handy. So who are the players in this interesting global intrigue?

  7. North Korea Using Cyberattacks Against US, South Korea

    While the NYT has not concluded who is responsible beyond they "appear to have been launched by a hostile group or government", "the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the spy agency had implicated North Korea or pro-North Korea groups...