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Reported q1 2011

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  1. 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...

  2. Google Reports $12.2 Billion in Q2 2012 Revenue, 35% YoY Growth

    Google revenues topped $10 billion for the third quarter in a row, up 15 percent from the $10.65 billion reported in Q1 2012. The Q2 2012 $12.21 billion in revenue is another new record and reflects a 35 percent increase over the same quarter last...

  3. 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...

  4. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    As of July, Android now commands 41.8 percent of the U.S.smartphone market share, according to comScore; Android also recently passed iOS in Europe, and now has a 22.3 percent share of smartphone users, trailing Symbian’s 37.8 percent share...

  5. Google Reports Q2 2011 Earnings, Record $9 Billion Revenue

    With lower than expected earnings in Q1, growing concerns about increased spending, and a 14 percent decline in Google’s stock price since Larry Page was appointed CEO, Google today reported $9.03 billion in Q2 2011 revenue – a new record for...

  6. Search Advertising Forecast to Hit $14.38B in 2011 [Report]

    Search continued to lead the way in Q1 of 2011, as the IAB reported a record high of $7.3 billion in online advertising, in addition to record online advertising revenues in 2010. U.S.search advertising could hit $14.38 billion by the end of 2011...

  7. 'Rogue' Drug Ads May Cost Google $500 Million

    Attorney Office in Rhode Island, the Food and Drug Administration, and other agencies, The Wall Street Journal reported. The $500 million charge lowered Google's Q1 2011 net income to $1.8 billion from the $2.3 billion reported on April 14.