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  1. SEO & PPC Q1 2014 Trends: '(not provided)', Mobile & Bing Ads All Grow [Reports]

    For more details on the state of paid search, including more information on trends by search engine and device, you can access the full report here. For more trends in digital marketing, including stats on comparison shopping engines, paid search...

  2. Video Helps Persuade 73% of People to Buy a Product or Service [Survey]

    Search Engine Watch (SEW) interviewed Brad Jefferson (BJ), the CEO of Animoto. The findings also show that videos hold tremendous value for driving brand awareness throughout the purchase process as well as post-purchase engagement: percent of...

  3. 30% of Ecommerce Site Traffic Came from Mobile in 2013 [Study]

    Online retailers continue to use traditional advertising (online and offline) to drive traffic to their sites, but recent updates in the search engine landscape make it clear that having sites that are well optimized and regularly updated with...

  4. Google SERPs Updates: In-Depth Articles & Knowledge Graph Results for Car Shoppers

    Google took the opportunity to tout their Voice Search in the announcement, writing, “Say you’re thinking of buying a new 2014 Mazda3—just tap the microphone on your Google Search app or search for [2014 Mazda3] to instantly see facts like what...

  5. Google Shopping: Why PLAs Aren't So Bad for Merchants

    Google Shopping’s recent evolution has brought quite a bit of flack on the comparison shopping engine. It gives you the ability to elevate ad groups based on performance (categories, price buckets, etc.on a shopping engine where before all you...

  6. SEW Debuts Tablet Site, Q&A Forum, Comparison Service

    The new features include an optimized user experience for tablet devices, a services and tools comparison shopping engine and a new forum for you to get any question answered. It's December so we have bundled a bunch of Search Engine Watch (SEW...

  7. Don't Get Scroogled: Microsoft Launches Anti-Google Holiday Shopping Campaign

    While Google Shopping is still a comparison engine, these PLAs require merchants to bid to be included. In response to comments about Bing's partnership with Shopping.com, Search Engine Watch reached out Bing, regarding paid results.

  8. Qihoo Search: Dead on Arrival?

    Launched August 16, Qihoo Search was the latest search engine to hit China and became one of the largest traffic sources in only a matter of days but where do they sit now as the dust settled? It is expected that the launch of 360 will radically...

  9. Holiday Season Search Trends of Top U.S. Retail Brands

    Macy’s receives more search engine traffic than Kohl’s, and peaks in searches seem to be in the same place, specifically around holiday shopping time when they have an increase in ads. In terms of search engine traffic, it started off slow for both...

  10. More Than 100,000 Sellers Have Inventory in New Google Shopping Model

    The shopping model operates as a pay-to-play comparison shopping engine, whereas the previous program was free of charge. Since they announced the transition to a paid model for Product Search results in May, Google has worked hard to drive...

  11. Didit Buys Inceptor to Co-Promote SEO, Shopping Feed Services

    Didit has acquired SEO, social and comparison shopping engine management company Inceptor from SuperMedia (formerly Verizon Information Services). They are specialists in comparison shopping engine feed management, in addition to SEO and social media.

  12. Chic Engine Helps You Find That Dress You Saw on Pinterest

    In a phone conversation, Rosebrock told Search Engine Watch that there was an interesting technology challenge at the heart of image search – namely what it is possible for a computer to see and what is scaleable for a computer to return.

  13. Google & Ecommerce: 10 Things Business Owners Need to Know Before July

    Google Shopping is a comparison shopping engine. Google Product Search, Google’s current free product listing program, will gradually be replaced by Product Listing Ads (PLAs) and ultimately Google Shopping.