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  1. Search Ads Account for 52.8% of World’s Mobile Ad Revenue in 2012

    The Asia-Pacific region was the leader, claiming approximately 40 percent of the world’s mobile ad revenue. Mobile advertising revenue is up across the globe, according to the latest findings from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).

  2. International SEO Gone Wrong: 7 Assumptions Can Ruin Your Program

    A 2007 US Census Bureau report put the number of Americans speaking Spanish “very well” in their homes at more than 18 million people with an additional 6 million or so speaking it “well,” while nearly 7 million Americans spoke an Indo-European...

  3. 2012 London Olympics: How the World Was Searching

    Asia Pacific: 97 On the other hand, Asia Pacific is 20% below the worldwide average. While Europe and Asia Pac have the highest number of searchers and generate the highest overall volume of search queries, the search utilization by region shows a...

  4. Global Mobile Search Ad Spend Tops $3.2 Billion in 2011

    The data shows the Asia-Pacific region holds the largest amount of money spent on mobile advertising with just over $1.9 billion in 2011, or almost 36 percent of the overall market. The Asia-Pacific region seems to have a strong hold on the top of...

  5. PPC & Mobile Marketing Tips from Q1 2012 Industry Analysts

    In addition, they reported an 88 percent YoY increase in spend in the Asia-Pacific region, with a 2 percent decline in Europe (attributed to ongoing macroeconomic pressures). Each quarter, Search Engine Watch receives a number of reports from...

  6. Google Expands Global Presence in Asia, London, Dublin

    The data centers in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore are the first three Google-owned data centers in the Asia-Pacific region, although the company has previously rented data centers in the area. Google has yet to release further details of the...

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

    In Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand has undergone the Yahoo Microsoft transition since December 2010. Based on an annual white paper from Impress Rs latest Internet data, Motoko Hunt, search consultant for AJPR and chairman of SEMPO Asia...

  8. Searcher Demographics – We Are What We Search

    The Yankees, on the other hand, have a more broadly distributed fan base across the country, even receiving 13 percent of their searchers from the Pacific region. Available measures are age, income, location (home/work), region of the U.S.household...

  9. Google Android Nears 50% Market Share, iOS Reaches Second Place

    Other statistics of note include the dominance of Asia Pacific in the smartphone market (the region had 39.8 million units ship, making them the leader for the total global market), while Europe had 35 million units and the Americas had 32.9 million.

  10. Yahoo Q2 Ad Revenues Hurt By Just One Week Slowdown?

    Looking at segmented sales figures, the Americas is still Yahoo's primary market with $1.13 billion in revenues, followed by the Asia Pacific region at $327 million and EMEA at $140 million. However, revenues came in below expectations, hurt by one...

  11. Covario Still Sees 2010 Tech Ad Spend Rising 14%-18% As Q2 Figs Show Double-Digit Growth

    The figure for the Asia/Pacific region jumped 33% and EMEA spending also rose 25%, Covario said in its second-quarter Global Search Spending Analysis. By Region The Mountain View-based company indeed saw its market share drop to 61% from 69% in the...