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  1. Top 8 Google Analytics Reports for Managing Organic SEO Campaigns

    In this example, Chrome and Internet Explorer seem to be doing OK but Safari has a noticeably higher bounce rate, so you might want to look into the reasons why that might be. Successful digital marketing campaigns are now data-driven.

  2. comScore: Online Video Content Reaches Record 188 Million U.S. Viewers

    A new technique to account for cookie rejection in Safari browsers, for sites measured via comScore’s Unified Digital Measurement (UDM) methodology. Today comScore released the latest data from its Video Metrix service, which shows that 188 million...

  3. Google+ Bowling: Real Life Bowling Rethought for Real Life

    Take a yummy complimentary cookie at the door and then prepare to be bowled away as your bowling safari begins. One area that has been woefully underserved by Google is the bowling community. Today, Google has announced plans to right that wrong...

  4. Are all Results on Search Engines Equal? A Surprising Journey Within the SERPs [Best of SEW 2010 #7”

    Four browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome) Editor's note: As 2010 winds down, we're celebrating the Best of 2010, our top 10 most popular columns of the year on Search Engine Watch, as determined by our readers.

  5. Google Instant - 10 Things Marketing Teams Need to Know

    Browser based search plugins for IE 8, Firefox, Safari and Chrome are currently in development and expected to be completed by the end of the year. The service works on these browsers: Chrome v5/6, Firefox v3, Safari v5 for Mac and Internet...

  6. Bing vs Google Face-Off Still On: Bing Announces Search Index Boost, Social Results & More

    However, since Bing gained mobile credit by becoming one of the search engine options on Safari, the battle has been raging and announcements galore have been made both by Google and Bing. The game is still on and after Google announced its new...