Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The new mobile experience is among the updates released before the holiday shopping surge, including Click Share reporting.
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The current number of weekly URL copyright removal requests is nearly double what it was this time last year.
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With Bing now at the center of Microsoft’s consumer monetization strategy, executives display a new level of confidence when sharing plans for growing the search business.
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Google tells us they are actively working on detecting and penalizing sneaky mobile traffic networks.
Yandex, the largest search engine in Russia, now notifies webmasters when they violate their own Webmaster Guidelines.
October desktop search data from comScore came out late Friday afternoon. Google appears to have “stabilized” at roughly 64 percent market share, while Bing and Yahoo are also mostly unchanged from September. Search market share was in nearly the same place in October 2008. Google controlled roughly 64 percent of search query volume, and the […]
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