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Explore Rose 200, Google Super, and more!

According to Google, “Super Bowl ad related searches in the US rose 200% on desktop, 970% on tablets and a whopping 2700% on smartphones.” (Emphasis added.)

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Report: Google Losing Share Of Mobile Search Ad Market

Are apps the reason for Google losing share of the mobile search ad market? New studies say this may be the case. #Google #Search #Apps #Mobile #Advertising #marketing

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Google To Warn Searchers When A Mobile URL Redirects To The Homepage

"Don’t annoy mobile searchers. That’s the message behind a new warning that Google is showing in mobile search results on smartphones." #Google #Search

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Reports: Tablet Paid-Search Spend Surpasses Smartphones

An IgnitionOne report, focused on the US market, shows that mobile devices now account for 18 percent of total paid-search budgets. However in Q4 tablet metrics grew dramatically faster than those for smartphones. Right now IgnitionOne says CPCs are lower on tablets, while impressions and clicks are much higher for tablets than smartphones.

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Google Now Testing Knowledge Graph Popups In AdWords Ads

"Back in January, Google formally rolled out popups with Knowledge Graph information about certain sites in the organic search results. Now it appears these popups are being tested in ads."

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Smartphone Vs. Mobile-Only Google Indexing

Comparing Mobile Search Results Side By Side - Here is a picture that compares site indexing for m.cmt.com (with no geo-data) on a desktop, smartphone and WAP phone. What you will notice is that the desktop and smartphone results are identical, but the WAP results have different pages included, with a different order, and even a different SERP template.

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Google Search Now Discovers Content Within Android Apps

Google Search Now Discovers Content Within Android Apps http://selnd.com/1dR5VkP

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Is Mobile Search Taking Over the Restaurant Space?

It's very likely that we'll see restaurant search hit the tipping point in the next 12 months, with more mobile-based activity than desktop-based

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Google Drops "Translated Foreign Pages" Search Option Due To Lack Of Use

Google has quietly dropped the “Translated Foreign Pages” search filter from the Google search options menu. http://searchengineland.com/google-drops-translated-foreign-pages-search-option-due-to-lack-of-use-160157

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Reports: Tablet Paid-Search Spend Surpasses Smartphones

According to Marin Software, mobile devices generated 22 percent of paid-search clicks and captured 17 percent of overall paid search spend in the US market.