Category Archives: Search Trends

Machine-To-Machine Everything Influences Search In 2020

Machine-To-Machine Everything Influences Search In 2020 by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, Yesterday The ability to continuously analyze and extract data from search and internet-connected devices continues to grow. ABI Research calls it the concept of continuous intelligence (CI), which the research firm believes will consolidate the IoT analytics market and enable more advanced analytics … Continue reading Machine-To-Machine Everything Influences Search In 2020

Vans Top Search Term, Along With Socks, Down Jacket, Christmas Trees

Vans Top Search Term, Along With Socks, Down Jacket, Christmas Trees by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, December 5, 2019 U.S. shoppers geared up for the holidays by searching on Black Friday for socks, down jackets, and shoes, while also researching Christmas trees and high-ticket items such as TVs. Vans, which earlier this week closed its corporate … Continue reading Vans Top Search Term, Along With Socks, Down Jacket, Christmas Trees

Behavioral Differences, Aging Population Changing Search

Behavioral Differences, Aging Population Changing Search by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 25, 2019 It appears that older users are more skeptical and willing to look for a variety of answers to their questions on Google, whereas younger users want their question answered as quickly as possible. These nuances in behavior will change the future of … Continue reading Behavioral Differences, Aging Population Changing Search

Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One

Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 12, 2019 Page one search results may not give as incomplete a picture as marketers may think. And all who focus on search engine optimization strive to be as visible as possible. Only 4.32% of respondents participating in an E-Commerce Times … Continue reading Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One

Search Engines Doing A Better Job Of Calling Out Paid-Search Ads

Search Engines Doing A Better Job Of Calling Out Paid-Search Ads by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, December 13, 2018 Google and Bing, and even Amazon, have been criticized for not doing more to distinguish paid-search advertisements from organic search results, but the findings from a survey results released Thursday suggest improvements. In fact 77% of people … Continue reading Search Engines Doing A Better Job Of Calling Out Paid-Search Ads

What Google And Facebook Can Learn From Alternative Search

What Google And Facebook Can Learn From Alternative Search by Greg Sobiech , Op-Ed Contributor, (October 13, 2018) Digital marketing is an industry driven by innovation. Google did not earn its search crown without demonstrating a penchant for innovative thinking and adaptation. With all that in mind, it’s worth taking a look at what some … Continue reading What Google And Facebook Can Learn From Alternative Search

What Google Investments Tell Marketers About Its Search Roadmap

What Google Investments Tell Marketers About Its Search Roadmap by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, September 28, 2018 If marketers want to map the future of search, all they need to do is track the number of times company executives mention a technology, especially during earnings calls, words in patents, and hush-hush investments such as … Continue reading What Google Investments Tell Marketers About Its Search Roadmap