The shopping forecast for the 2013 holiday season shows no signs of slowing, even in a sometimes-uncertain economy. Data predicts people will shop earlier this year, spend the most on Cyber Monday and undoubtedly be shopping on their mobile devices.
Experian Marketing Services analyzed 2012 back-to-school data to give insight into trends in shopping, device usage and reaching moms during this critical retail season with offers that matter to them. Walmart is winning on back to school searches.
Google controlled 88.35 percent of the search market in December, down from 89.12 percent the month before and down from 91.15 percent in December 2011. But Google's huge share, at almost nine-tenth of the entire UK market, underlines its dominance.
A lot of dissatisfied people looked up the words "returns policy" in association with Apple on Christmas Day. Apple's returns policy was the most popular search among all companies on the holiday, according to market research firm Experian.
Yahoo’s share of the U.S. search engine market continued to further dwindle in April, continuing a downward slide that began eight months ago in September, according to comScore – though Experian Hitwise paints a somewhat different picture.
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This month's top 10 search terms in 10 categories by search volume.