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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. Will Social Networks Become the New Inbox?

    A survey of 180 chief marketing officers of $1 billion dollar corporations, conducted by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Media, found that while 70 percent were decreasing their marketing budgets, the area they were least likely to make cuts was e-mail.

  5. Study: Social Media's Hot, Entertainment's Not

    Netpop research is based on an online survey of 4,384 broadband users age 13 and older. Who they are and what they mean for next-generation online advertising," released by Netpop Research finds a rise in the amount of time consumers spend on...

  6. SearchDay: Link Building via Word-of-Mouth

    Online Security Fears Larger than Actual Risk, Survey Finds Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 10, 2008 In the wake of a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on online advertising and privacy, Mintel has released survey data revealing Americans are more...

  7. Pew survey finds increased use of video-sharing sites

    The findings of Pew's national phone survey in December show: of internet users say they have visited a video-sharing site such as YouTube. This represents growth of more than 45% year-to-year.of respondents say they used a video-sharing site...