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Twitter-Google Deal Signals New Era of Search & Discovery

Last night, in advance of today’s Twitter earnings call, Bloomberg announced a deal between Twitter and Google that would make tweets more searchable online. By mid-year, tweets will become visible in Google’s search results as soon as they are posted via a new direct link between Google and Twitter’s Firehose data stream. This is a […]

What Marketers Need To Know About Google’s Rumored ‘Buy Now’ Button

With so many outlets for consumers to purchase products online, competition among publishers, marketers, and retailers to drive e-commerce performance is fierce. In the past, search engines like Google and Yahoo have been dominant players in the path to purchase. However, the ongoing growth and proliferation of competitors like Amazon is forcing search engines to […]

Mozilla Partnership Signals Yahoo!’s Renewed Commitment to Search

Yahoo! and Mozilla announced late Wednesday that they were entering a partnership that would make Yahoo! the default search engine for Mozilla’s Firefox web browser. This represents a major change for Firefox, as Google has been their default search engine since 2004, and could increase Yahoo!’s search volume significantly at the expense of Google How […]

Rethink Retail Marketing: Maximize Product Listing Ads

This post is Part II of a five-part series on ways retailers can use digital to make the most out of their holiday efforts, and effectively prepare for the year ahead. Digital has fundamentally changed the way consumers shop. While many consumers are still making the majority of their purchases in-store, their decisions are often […]

Rethink Retail Marketing: Invest More in Digital

This post is Part I of a five-part series on ways retailers can use digital to make the most out of their holiday efforts, and effectively prepare for the year ahead. Digital has fundamentally changed the way consumers shop. While many consumers are still making the majority of their purchases in-store, their decisions are often […]