The Search Agency (TSA) analyzed how top restaurants and catering businesses fared against its mobile SEO criteria in its latest "mobile experience scorecard" report.
A travel and hospitality industry analysis by The Search Agency finds that of the 100 travel sites studied, 8 percent implemented responsive design, 67 percent served dedicated mobile sites, and 25 percent served desktop versions of the site.
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.
In anticipation of Valentine's Day, Gifts.com appeared in the top five search results for 60 percent of non-geographic “gifts” keywords during January; RedEnvelope.com placed a distant second, with a 37 percent share of search, Conductor reports.
We’re seeing one-word search queries’ share of total search activity growing fast. Is this due to mobile search, Google Instant, or something else? Let’s see if we can break down this trend and isolate the behavior for what it really is.
The latest comScore search engine rankings for October largely tell the same old story, with Google’s continued dominance. However, Bing-powered search continued trending down, falling to 26.1 percent, from a high of 27.1 percent in August.
Google’s U.S. search engine market share is back above 65 percent, while Yahoo declined after two months of growth, comScore reported. Meanwhile, Hitwise shows Google hovering above 66 percent with Bing, Yahoo, and Bing-powered search all down.
Google’s U.S. search engine market share dipped below 65 percent for the first time since September 2009, according to comScore. Hitwise still shows Google’s market share at just over 65 percent. Meanwhile, Bing continues to make tiny gains.
Bing was the only search engine to see its share of searches increase in June 2011, according to the latest comScore and Hitwise figures. Here's a complete look at comScore's rankings, as well as U.S. search engine market share stats from Hitwise.
Knowing which search engines and browsers are popular is vital in allocating resource and budget to campaigns and checking sites function across ... read more