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  1. Google, Bing & Yahoo Tracking the 2012 Presidential Election Results

    Regardless of your choice of search engine, you’ll be able to follow along as election results come in. Romney, Gingrich Latest to Join the Search Engine 'Spreading' Game In their “Just the Ticket” blog post, Yahoo announced special search...

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

    In my home country, Iceland, a local search engine literally owned the market. Google is the main search engine, with close to 66 percent of the U.S.market; Yahoo is around 16 percent; Microsoft with their flagship Bing has 12%; Ask has 3.5%.

  3. Daily SearchCast, May 23, 2006: Google Removes Sites Over Hate Speech From News; Google Bug Makes Your Site Seem To Disappear; MSN Gives ODP Description Opt-Out (Hurray!) & More!

    Engine". In Partnership Talks With Google nearly 80m registered users", is seeking a search company, like Google or Microsoft to supply internet searches on its pages, along with adverts tied to results.

  4. New Estimate Puts Web Size At 11.5 Billion Pages & Compares Search Engine Coverage

    Signorinialso of the University of Iowa estimates what percentage of the web is covered by each search engine. Search Engine The chart shows you what percentage of both the indexed web and the total web each search engine covers.

  5. Online Ads & Search: Looking Back, Looking Forward

    According to Scevak, six out of every seven search engine queries results in a click on organic listings and only one out of seven clicks on paid listings. Have search engine results pages (SERPs) gotten more or less relevant over the last 12 months?

  6. Search Marketing & the Spanish Speaking Internet

    A special report from the Search Engine Strategies 2004 Conference, March 1-4, New York. Anne Kennedy is managing partner of search engine marketing agency Beyond Ink, based in Portland, Maine. Search engine marketing starts with search...