US web users are spending more socialising on Facebook than searching with Google, according to new data from comScore.
Last week, Google unveiled its new Instant Search function, displaying predictive results as users type. Graham Cooke, Managing Director, QuBit Digital, thinks this represents a huger opportunity for advertisers.
Google has just announced its “streaming search”
Google has just announced its “streaming search” service, Google Instant, is coming out of limited Beta testing and going live for all users. According to Adam Bunn, Head of Search at leading independent search and social marketing agency Greenlight, when it comes to search engine optimisation campaigns (SEO), some websites may now suffer a drop … [Read more…]
Google has launched ‘Instant’ search results, a new service that starts predicting results as soon as users begin typing.
Research from identity checking experts 192.com has revealed that 17% have been ‘ripped off’ online and 18% don’t feel safe using online classified advertising sites like Gumtree.
Google is set to launch its much-anticipated TV service in the US over the next few weeks, while UK viewers will have to wait until next year.
Samsung has unveiled its rival to the iPad with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a new tablet PC using Google’s Android operating system.
Google is reportedly in negotiations with music labels on starting a music-download service that would allow mobile users to listen to songs wherever they go in an effort compete with Apple iTunes online music and video store.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has announced it is extending its powers to cover all online marketing and advertising from March 1st 2011. Under the new regulations, the UK’s independent watchdog, committed to maintaining high standards in advertising for the benefit of consumers, advertisers and society at large, will have the power to remove advertisements … [Read more…]