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Desktop Search Engine Share- from comScore- spoiler Google is ahead

No news is good news for some. There has been almost zero change in comScore’s US desktop search engine rankings. Google and Ask.com each lost .1% while Microsoft Bing (20.3%), Yahoo (12.7%) and AOL (1.2%) all showed no monthly change in the rankings. 32 more words

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Answers.com at Web 2.0 Summit on 'Q&A: The New Search Insurgent.'

At Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco yesterday, Answers.com CEO Bob Rosenschein discussed Q&A, community, mobile and more, alongside panelists from Ask.com, Quora and Google’s Aardvark. 128 more words

What's New At Answers

Google Remains #1

Nielsen: Bing captured 11% of searches in August but Google remains a distant number one with 65%; http://j.mp/w5e5w


Searching for Answers in Search

There has been an influx of announcements in the search world lately – Wolfram Alpha, Bing, and Siri among the most high profile – so our… 222 more words

Carla Thompson

Ask.com Tries New Placement for Sponsored Ads

Per Barry Schwart’s post, Ask.com Ads Display Ads to Home Page, Ask.com has decided to prominently display an ad on its home page. Of course, simply seeing the screenshot wasn’t enough for me. 71 more words

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The topic in my  new media class this week was search engines and advertising by using web search services like Google, Yahoo or Ask… 250 more words

New Media And Me

Interact at NASCAR.com

Most NASCAR fans should be familiar with NASCAR.com but for those race fans who aren’t let me give you a rundown of why you should look into navigating through this Web site. 198 more words