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|81:|| eBay Adds Radio Airtime to Auctions|
"The auction giant eBay said it would begin selling radio airtime to advertisers starting Wednesday, expanding into a business that Google entered last year."
|Webmaster General||June 6, 2007|
|82:|| eBay Acquiring Fashion Daily-Deals Site For $200 Million|
"...eBay is pulling $200 million out of its wallet for brands4friends, a fashion daily-deals site based in Berlin.
The acquisition, announced today, is designed to build up the auction site's reputation as a source for clothing, shoes, and accessories among European buyers.
As Germany's largest online shopping club, brands4friends offers daily deals to site subscribers and features about 600 brands, including Buffalo, Calvin Klein, and Diesel. eBay Acquiring Fashion Daily-Deals Site For $200 Million
|Ecommerce||Dec 20, 2010|
|83:|| eBay Acquires StumbleUpon|
"Our intent is to support the growth and evolution of this community-based business, and StumbleUpon will run as a separate business unit within eBay Inc."
|Webmaster General||May 31, 2007|
|84:|| eBay 1 Year After Dropping Google AdWords, and Panda 4.0 Impact|
WebmasterWorld members discuss how eBay has faired since dropping Google AdWords, and how it's now doing following Panda 4.0.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||June 1, 2014|
|85:|| eBay - PayPal to Build Center in Scottsdale AZ|
"San Jose-based PayPal Inc. today announced it will open a new technology development center in Scottsdale, Arizona and plans to hire hundreds of local technical professionals in the coming year."
|Ecommerce||July 12, 2006|
|86:|| dynamically inserting "keyword" in "title"||Google AdWords||June 17, 2003|
|87:|| dot UK Now Available For a Shorter, Snappier UK Domain|
Nominet: "That's why we've introduced our new shorter, sharper and smarter .uk domain..."
|Domain Names||June 11, 2014|
|88:|| comScore: US Search Share, June, Bing Up, Google Up, Yahoo Down|
Google and Bing pick up a little bit of share, Yahoo loses a little bit.
|Webmaster General||July 11, 2012|
|89:|| comScore: US Search Share June 2009|
"In June, Microsoft's search of U.S. Internet searches rose to 8.4% of queries from 8% in May."
|Foo||July 15, 2009|
|90:|| comScore: U.S. Search: Yahoo and Bing Gains on Google for April 2011|
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in April with 65.4 percent market share, followed by Yahoo! Sites with 15.9 percent (up 0.2 percentage points) and Microsoft Sites with 14.1 percent (up 0.2 percentage points). Ask Network accounted for 3.0 percent of explicit core searches, followed by AOL, Inc. with 1.5 percent.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||May 12, 2011|
|91:|| comScore: U.S. Search, July 2011, Shows Slight Decline For Google and Gain For Yahoo|
Google's share of the U.S. search market declined to 65.1 percent last month from 65.5 percent in June, while Yahoo's rose to 16.1 percent from 15.9 percent, according to the Reston, Virginia-based ComScore. Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) was unchanged at 14.4 percent.
|Webmaster General||Aug 10, 2011|
|92:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share June 2011, Google at 65 pct|
Google Sites led the explicit core search market in June with 65.5 percent of search queries conducted.
|Webmaster General||July 14, 2011|
|93:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share July 2009||Foo||Aug 18, 2009|
|94:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share For September Sees Google at 65pct|
September search share bounced back to 65.3 percent one month after a slower August in which the market leader totaled 64.8 percent of the search market, according to comScore.[br][br]Meanwhile, comScore said explicit core searches were up 8.6 percent for the third quarter, led by Google's core growth of 7.4 percent for Q3.
|Webmaster General||Oct 12, 2011|
|95:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share February 2013|
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in February with 67.5 pct
|Webmaster General||Mar 14, 2013|
|96:|| comScore: U.S. December 2012 Search Engine Shares: Bing Up a Little|
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in December with 66.7 percent market share, followed by Microsoft Sites with 16.3 percent (up 0.1 percentage points)...
|Webmaster General||Jan 14, 2013|
|97:|| comScore: Search Engine Share, February 2012: Bing and Google Up|
"... the two rival search engines are still a world apart from each other as Google reigns with over 66 percent of the market share, while Bing is scraping in at second place with just over 15 percent.
|Webmaster General||Mar 12, 2012|
|98:|| comScore: Sales Since 'Cyber Monday' up 9pct|
"Particularly encouraging is the growth of 9 percent in online sales that has occurred since Cyber Monday. While this growth is certainly a positive development in this tough retail season,..."
|Ecommerce||Dec 8, 2008|
|99:|| comScore: Online Sales Grew 9.8 pct in 2010|
Bouncing back smartly from the recession, online retail sales increased 11% in the fourth quarter of 2010 from the previous year, and full-year 2010 sales were up 9.8% over 2009,[br][br]Fourth quarter e-retail sales totaled a record $43.432 billion, versus $39.045 billion a year earlier. For the full year, online retailers sold $142.491 billion worth of merchandise, up from $129.797 in 2009.[br][br]Retail e-commerce had a strong fourth quarter, growing 11% versus last year as holiday season spending was bolstered by an improving sentiment among some consumer segments and by retailers' discounting and promotions,"
|Ecommerce||Feb 8, 2011|
|100:|| comScore: July, U.S. Online Video Reaches Over 21Billion Views|
"In July, Google Sites continued to rank as the top U.S. video property with a record 8.9 billion videos viewed, making up 42 percent of all videos viewed online."
|Web Video Creation and Optimization||Aug 28, 2009|
|101:|| comScore: July Search Share, Google Down, Yahoo Up, Bing Stable|
"The new numbers only measure 'explicit' searches, in which a user types a term in a search window and clicks 'search.'"
|Webmaster General||Aug 17, 2010|
|102:|| comScore: July 2012 U.S. Search Shares, Google 66.8, Bing To 15.7 pct|
"Google Sites led the explicit core search market in July with 66.8 percent of search queries conducted."
|Webmaster General||Aug 20, 2012|
|103:|| comScore: Google's Sites Exceeded 1 Billion Uniques In May|
Google's websites had more than a billion unique visitors in May, the first time an Internet company has hit that benchmark, according to comScore data released Tuesday.[br][br]Over the past year, Google's unique visitors per month have increased 8.4pct to just over one billion. During the same period, Microsoft maintained the No. 2 position with 905 million unique visitors in May, up around 15pct, while Facebook's count surged by 30pct to about 714 million visitors. In May, Yahoo saw 689 million visitors, up 10.8pct over the past year, though it was surpassed by Facebook in October.
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 22, 2011|
|104:|| comScore: Facebook and Twitter U.S. July Stats Show Record Visitor Numbers|
Facebook and Twitter both saw record traffic in terms of U.S. unique visitors in the month. In July, Facebook saw a whopping 162 million unique visitors, compared to 160.8 million unique vistors in June, and 157.2 million uniques in May.
|Foo||Aug 22, 2011|
|105:|| comScore: Facebook Display Ads Up Significantly Q1 2010 |
"Facebook's total U.S. display ad count for the first quarter of this year was 176.3 billion..."
|Affiliates||May 12, 2010|
|106:|| comScore: December 2013 U.S. Search Engine Rankings|
"18.3 billion explicit core searches were conducted in December, with Google Sites ranking first with 12.3 billion"
|Webmaster General||Jan 21, 2014|
|107:|| comScore: 'Black Friday' Ecommerce Online Sales Up Just 1pct|
"Combined with web sales on U.S. Thanksgiving the previous day, the figure rose 2 percent, but sales are down 4 percent to date in November from a year ago,..."
|Ecommerce||Dec 1, 2008|
|108:|| comScore Stats: The Web Is Contracting|
When you exclude just Facebook from the rest of the Web, consumption in terms of minutes of use shrank by nearly nine percent between March 2010 and March 2011, according to data from comScore. And, even when you include Facebook usage, total non-mobile Internet consumption still dropped three percent over the same period.
|Webmaster General||July 2, 2011|
|109:|| comScore Reports Google U.S. April Ad Views Up|
"Google Inc showed strong growth in its ability to convert Web searches into ads viewed, according to a closely watched industry report quoted by analysts on Thursday, and its shares rose 2.5 percent."
|Foo||May 29, 2008|
|110:|| comScore Puts Baidu in Third Place for Worldwide Searches|
"A comScore press release shows Asia topping the list for the most searches worldwide."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Oct 11, 2007|
|111:|| co.uk Plural Domain Goes for $1M - Buyer Already Had the Singular|
"The sum shatters the previous record for a .co.uk domain of $300,000, paid in October last year."
|Domain Names||Feb 7, 2008|
|112:|| ccTLD Registrations Still Growing|
"Domain statistics registrations."
|Domain Names||June 27, 2010|
|113:|| brainstorm: How might Google measure the site, and not just a page?|
In the light of recent and somewhat inscrutable shifts in the SERPs, members brainstorm on whether new site-wide factors may now be in the Google mix.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 26, 2007|
|114:|| amazon.co.uk and amazon.fr Changing Terms and Conditions||Affiliates||June 24, 2009|
|115:|| alert: Google Showing Only 7 Listings When #1 has Sitelinks|
The first major change to the number of sites returned on Google SERPS in it's history: "For some search queries, where sitelinks are displayed for the top result on Google's 1st page there are only 7 results in total on that 1st page."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 21, 2012|
|116:|| adCenter: 3 hours to pause/resume ads?|
"Why is it still taking 3+ hours (on average) to see ads after resuming campaigns and 3 hours after pausing ads before they actually stop appearing and receiving clicks?"
|BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)||June 23, 2006|
|117:|| adCenter Upgrade - Temporary Reporting Delay|
"We are pleased to announce the arrival of adCenter 3.7.1. As communicated in advance of the upgrade, reporting will remain out of SLA until around Tuesday May 1st 2007 due to the massive amounts of data that we must process as a result of the upgrade."
|BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)||Apr 30, 2007|
|118:|| Zuckerberg On Facebook Search Engine: "At some point we'll do it"|
"We have a team working on it."
|Facebook Marketing||Sept 12, 2012|
|119:|| Zoeller Sues to Identify Wikipedia Post Author|
"Pro golfer Fuzzy Zoeller is suing to track down the author who posted what he describes as a defamatory paragraph about him on the Internet reference site Wikipedia."
|Webmaster General||Feb 25, 2007|
|120:|| Zipf's Law : Serious Traffic and ROI|
"...site traffic follows Zipf's law. So for the web in general or for any particular keyword, the top site will always get more pageviews than the next in line. But Zipf's law affects us in many other ways."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||July 3, 2003|