Wikipedia retains its crown as the most visible website in Google search results globally based on its performance in organic search in ten countries, including the United States, UK, Germany and France, according to new research.
Nearly 80% of consumers believe that voice control will soon become part of daily life, with 70% of people under the age of 35 choosing voice regularly, according to new research.
Google has updated its Test My Site tool, which is designed to make it easier for businesses to both measure their mobile site speed and take specific actions to improve it.
Over 1,000 respondents an image of Google Shopping Listings and asked them “Did you know that these Google Shopping products and images that show in the Google search results are paid adverts?”
Amazon and Etsy rank among the biggest ecommerce winners in Google search in the US, while established US brands face competition in organic search from Alibaba-owned AliExpress which creeps in at No.10, according to a new study.
Google’s love video content meant YouTube, Fox, BBC and DailyMotion were among the big winners in US organic search in 2018, according to new analysis of winners and losers in search.
Google has been served with a €50m (£44.1m) fine by the French data regulator for breaching the EU’s rules on consumer data protection, representing the largest fine yet under GDPR.
Love Island generated more interest online than Brexit, the Royal Wedding and the World Cup during 2018, according to new data.
Internet users are getting more savvy to SEM tactics, with most confident they can recognise paid search ads, and 75% say the ads make it easier to find the information they are looking for, according to new research.
With 2018 now at an end, Shutterstock looks back on the year’s most searched for names and events around the globe.
2018 was another big year for digital marketing, with the rise of voice search, AI going mainstream and Walmart buying FlipKart. This was the year that Spotify went public, Huawei overtook iPhone and a video game sparked a dance craze. In this special report, we’ve identified 17 of the biggest trends of the year.
There was a wave of pre-Black Friday night-time surfers, with most search queries (60%) for Black Friday sales actually occurring between 10pm-12am on Thursday 22nd November, according to new research.
Google has teamed up with retail tech start-up NearSt to let shoppers to get information about specific product availability at shops nearby.
Digital advertising grew by 10% to €25.7bn in the first half of this year, with mobile set to take a 50% share of the total, according to new research.
Over two thirds (70%) of consumer have yet to act on voice search results, with many concerned about the accuracy of online business information, according to new research.
Big retailers are using top Christmas product lists to help supercharge their festive SEO strategies, according to new research.
A major study of consumers’ subconscious reactions to digitised voices has revealed a significant bias towards female voices amongst people under the age of 35.
Spikes in searches for business-related Brexit issues coincide with key political landmarks such as the triggering of article 50 and the Prime Minister’s calls for a post-Brexit transition period, according to new research.
UK shopper traffic is expected to rise by 4% on the daily average on Halloween, according tone research, as UK consumers embrace the festival and it becomes an established retail event.
Brands’ spend on Instagram ads increased 94% year-on-year (YoY), faster than spend on core Facebook ads (37% YoY) in the third quarter of 2018 according to new research.