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  1. Mobile PPC & Bing See Significant Gains in Q2 2013 Paid Search Reports

    Multiple pay-per-click (PPC) studies have been released covering the second quarter of 2013 and it paints a positive picture on the increase spend and conversions in the paid search markets. Covario released the global paid search spend analysis...

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Microsoft Reports Third-Quarter Results – Microsoft News Center"The Online Services Division reported revenue of $832 million, an 18% increase from the prior year period. Reports First Quarter 2013 Results – Yahoo Investor RelationsYahoo reported...

  3. Facebook Store Revenue Among SMBSs Increases 38%

    The second quarter of 2012 looked a lot better than the first for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) using Facebook as a direct selling tool. More businesses are jumping on board, with 26 percent more Facebook stores operating this quarter.

  4. How to Run Foreign Language PPC Campaigns

    But it still only accounts for around a quarter of total usage, and this proportion is falling. Additionally, many users only speak English as a second language. A pay-per-click (PPC) campaign can help speed the process and can also be a cost...

  5. SearchDay | Solve Your Call Tracking Problems Now!

    It won't take effect until sometime in the second quarter at the earliers. Partners can allow downloads for free or for pay via Google Checkout, which requires a fee. Today's Top Story: SageLewis Solve Your Call Tracking Problems Now!

  6. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    The news is not good for the Time Warner owned internet company, which has already posted a loss of $230 million in the second quarter of 2008. Content Owners SEM CROSSFIRE When it comes to bringing an outside SEO consultant in, content owners...

  7. SearchDay: Local Search for Little Biz

    Yahoo Gains, Google Declines, and MSN Plummets for Q2 2008 Search Ads Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 8, 2008 AdGooroo has released second quarter search advertising results, and Google's client base is down 6.4% from the previous quarter.