A recent report by the Interactive Advertising Bureau and IHS show mobile ad revenue nearly doubled in 2013 from 2012, with mobile search ads growing globally.
Covario released its quarterly report that looks at global paid search spend. Mobile online advertising saw a 98 percent increase in spend year-over-year (YoY) and 6 percent increase quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) globally. Overall, spend was up 21 percent YoY and 2 percent QoQ worldwide.
Forty-eight percent of consumers trust ads in search engine results, online video, and social networks. That's according to a recent report from Nielsen, Trust In Advertising 2013, which found that consumer trust in online advertising is increasing.
A new study by online advertising company Chitika maps Google search engine usage by state and its correlation to variables like median age, job growth and income and education level. California, New York, and Massachusetts are top Google users.
Mobile advertising revenue is up across the globe, according to the latest findings from the Interactive Advertising Bureau. The report showed mobile ad revenue grew 82.8 percent in 2012 to $8.9 billion, up from $5.3 billion in 2011.
With Google's Knowledge Graph, Wikipedia's Wikidata and Wolfram|Alpha's database (that supports Siri), the efforts to make the world understandable to machines are making information on entities and everything about them instantaneously available.
With 1 billion people visiting YouTube worldwide every month, virtually any audience that content creators or advertisers want to reach is on YouTube. But, according to Google, the audience that most marketers want to reach is called Generation C.
Google's Matt Cutts answers SEO questions. Bing hits back on AdWords enhanced campaigns. Lots of advertising revenue forecasts. A new Google Places for Business interface rolls out. Here's a quick recap of search and social marketing news and tips.
Tampa-based BlueGlass has strengthened its European presence with the acquisition of Swiss digital marketing agency Idealizer. The move comes as the company also launches a new operational hub in Switzerland aimed at serving the EMEA region.