The latest numbers from comScore on the Bing audience are available – and the stats just might surprise you.
Bing Places for Business is a place to connect your company with local consumers in a quick and easy way by simply listing your business with the search engine. Follow these step-by-step instructions to set up your business with Bing Places.
The mobile age is transforming the "inbox." Here's why your email marketing is a strong foundation for social and mobile marketing success, and how you can immediately optimize for and navigate the social and mobile currents.
Yandex surpassed Microsoft on the number of monthly search queries worldwide in November and December 2012, according to a recently released comScore qSearch report. Microsoft sites processed 4.477 billion queries and Yandex did 4.844 billion.
A hacker is selling what is claimed to be a zero-day exploit that will let criminals hijack control of Yahoo Mail users' accounts. The hacker, known as TheHell, posted a video marketing a $700 exploit kit on the secretive Darkode cybercrime market.
Yahoo has confirmed reports that some 400,000 of its user passwords were stolen in security breach. An attacker breached company systems July 11 and lifted the data from archived account information related to the Yahoo Contributor Network.
ICANN today revealed its big list of applicants for 1,930 new generic top-level domains. Google has applied to claim 101 of those new gTLD extensions, from .ads to .zip. Microsoft has also applied for .bing, while Yahoo seeks .yahoo.
Iran’s government seems to be ramping up its censorship of popular websites, targeting Google’s encrypted search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Videos, among others. The government began blocking these sites Feb. 10, the company confirmed.
Google Zeitgeist 2011 is out, giving us a look into the fastest-rising queries in the world over the past year, as well as insight into top search terms in 48 different countries, spanning entertainment, sports, news, and more.
As Eric Schmidt prepares to testify before the U.S. Senate today, new details are out about the Federal Trade Commission’s investigation. Microsoft alleges that Google has illegally inflated advertising rates for Microsoft, Bloomberg reports.