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Adobe Finds Google’s CTR Growing Faster Than Its CPC

Google’s click-through-rate growth is outpacing its cost-per-click growth, according to Adobe’s Digital Index’s Q4 Digital Advertising Benchmark report.

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Bing Also Testing Google’s Search Design Interface

Days after Yahoo was caught testing a Google search design interface, Bing is also caught testing it.

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Google’s Search Share Goes to Yahoo, comScore Reports

Google’s share of the U.S. desktop search market dipped from 67 percent to 65.4 percent from November to December of last year, according to comScore’s monthly qSearch analysis.

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Yahoo Sees Big 1.6 Percent Monthly Search Share Gain At Google’s Expense In New comScore Data

Measurement firm comScore just released its December search market share report for the US. Last week the firm mistakenly posted the data early and quickly depublished the page. In the earlier release comScore showed Google losing 0.5 percent points vs November 2014. Beneficiaries of that loss were…



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Yahoo Search Testing Google’s Search Results Design?

Is Yahoo copying Google’s search results design? Here is a test Yahoo Search interface which looks just like Google’s search results page.

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Google’s Knowledge Graph May Show For 25% Of All Search Queries

Google’s Knowledge Graph shows for about 25% of all Google queries, which can pose a threat to the publishers who are the source of much of that data.

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Google’s Knowledge Graph May Show For 1/4th Of All Search Queries

Google’s Knowledge Graph shows for about 25% of all Google queries, which can pose a threat to the publishers who are the source of much of that data.

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Google’s Domain Registration Service Now Open To All US Residents by @mattsouthern

Google’s domain registration service, launched in public beta this past June, is now open to all US residents. When first launched, the service was only available to people in the US through an invite system. The service includes the registration of a domain name as well as extras like private registration, email forwarding to Gmail, support for up to 100 sub-domains, and domain forwarding. Domain registration starts at $12 per year. For additional fees you can take advantage of integrated services through Google parters such as Squarespace, Weebly, and Wix. Google has also added support for its own software Blogger, […]

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Pandas, Penguins, and Pigeons: State of Google’s Zoo in 2014 by @DholakiyaPratik

Every year, Google pushes out major and minor updates to its algorithm in its attempt to weed out spam in various forms from content, links, and ads. Google’s ongoing fight against spammy links that impact the quality of search results has seen plenty of websites lose their traffic and rankings. For the last few years, E2M has released an annual infographic that recaps the major updates released by Google over the course of the year. Since 2014 is over and done with, it’s time to list the updates that were released in the year gone by. This infographic presents a summarized list of […]

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