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  1. A Facebook Search Engine to Rival Google? Users Dislike That Idea [Survey]

    A new survey finds 48 percent of respondents dislike the idea of Facebook launching its own search engine to directly compete with Google and Bing. The same survey also found Facebook could potentially capture 22 percent of the global search market.

  2. Survey Finds 70% Of Car Buyers Search Web For Info, Few Use Social Media

    A recent survey by Polk and found that car buyers spend between 18-19 hours searching for information before making a decision, Tech Journal South reported. Over 70% use the web for research, though only 3% said they used information...

  3. Econsultancy Finds Companies Are Increasing Investment in Site Search to Drive Sales

    The research, published by Econsultancy today in association with internet and enterprise search company Funnelback, is based on a survey of more than 500 companies worldwide carried out in April and May 2010.

  4. Seven in 10 Adult Internet Users Have Watched or Downloaded Video Online

    Funny Videos Overtake News in Online Viewing, Survey Finds ( Comedy or humorous videos, rising in viewership from 31 percent of adult internet users in 2007 to 50 percent of adult internet users in the current survey.

  5. Top International Search Marketing Failures to Avoid in 2010, Part 1

    For example, if you were selling airline tickets targeting the German market that, according to a Forrester European Technographic Benchmark Survey, has 83 percent of their Internet pollution considered as online shoppers spending €520 on average...

  6. Adults Outnumber Teens on Social Networks

    Pew Internet conducted a survey in May 2008 and December 2008 and trended it against a survey it conducted in 2005. The study finds MySpace users are more likely to be women, to be Hispanic or black, and to have a high school education or some...