The Verizon and Yahoo! transaction will create a new rival in mobile media technology reaching over 1 billion users with a roster of globally known brands.
comScore’s December 2013 US search engine market share with Google leading the way owning 67.3&% of the search engine market share.
Meanwhile, Microsoft came in with 18.2 percent (up 0.1 percentage points) at the expense of Yahoo, which took 10.8% (down .5% over November).
eMarketer dropped a quick and big one on us recently. It looks as though Yahoo!’s ad share is dwindling. More specifically of the $12.37 billion US paid search marketing, Yahoo!’s pie fell to 10.4% in 2010 which is down from 13.7% in 2009. That’s not all, we’re looking at single digits now, according to the post, Yahoo!’s share of overall US search ad revenues is expected to fall another 8.1%. No detail or methodology was provided.
Kenshoo a global leader in predictive media optimization announced it will go to market with IBM to deliver search marketing campaign management solutions to clients, such as Bizgnition.
A certified IBM business partner, Kenshoo offers premium technology solutions for automating, measuring, and improving search engine marketing campaigns at scale.
comScore Media Metrix ranks top 50 U.S. web properties for March 2011. Americans are exploring greener lifestyles for earth hour as gas prices climb. Warmer months induce traffic increases to travel sites. Car Rental sites grew 9 percent to 6.0 million unique visitors in March, with Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company taking the #1 spot with 3.3 million visitors (up 9 percent) and Avis Budget Group with 1.8 million (up 4 percent). Hertz came in third with 979,000 visitors, followed by Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. with 968,000 (up 19 percent) and CarRentals.com with 934,000 (up 31 percent).