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These Are The Top 50 Web Properties In The United States

comScore has released its Media Metrix rankings for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. in July. And here they are: Google sites were up from last month, at over 190 million unique visitors in the U.S. compared to 168 million for Microsoft sites, 162 million for Yahoo sites, and 160 million for Facebook.com. Yahoo actually lost traction, as …

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Bing Now Powers 25.6% Of U.S. Searches

comScore released its monthly U.S. search engine rankings report for July, which sees Google leading the market at 66.8%, flat from June’s report. Microsoft sites were slightly up (0.1%) at 15.7%, followed by Yahoo sites (flat) at 13%. The Ask Network managed to climb 0.1% reaching 3% market share, and AOL remained flat at 1.5%. Still, in July, 25.6% of …

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It Looks Like Google+ Growth Is Doing Pretty Well Globally Too

Earlier this week, we reported on Compete’s numbers for Google+’s unique audience growth in the U.S., as pointed out by Kontxt communication consultant Morten Myrstad in a post on Google+ itself. For a ghost town, as many seem to consider it, Google+ seems to have grown pretty significantly from month to month. Today, Myrstad posted on Google+ growth again, this …

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Here Are The Top 50 Web Properties In The U.S.

comScore has released its Media Metrix rankings for the top 50 web properties in the U.S. in June. And here they are: Google sites saw 189 million visitors, compared to Yahoo’s 167 million, Microsoft’s 166 million, and Facebook’s 160 million. Here are the ad ecosystem rankings: The list of top gainers from month to month is pretty interesting. For one, …

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Google Search Market Share Better Than Ever In The U.S.

comScore has put out its monthly analysis of the United States search market. Google led the charge significantly, which should come as no surprise, but it just so happens that Google achieved its highest number yet at 66.8%. Luckily for Microsoft, Bing also saw its highest yet. Naturally, Yahoo lost market share, falling to its lowest point ever – this …

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ComScore May 2012 Report on Mobile Market Share

ComScore just released the results of their May 2012 research from their MobiLens service, which reports on trends in the mobile phone industry. In this case case, they were looking at three month period from February 2012 to May 2012. The study takes into account responses from over 30,000 U.S. mobile phone subscribers. It also listed what the trends were …

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comScore Search Rankings: Yahoo Stops the Downward Spiral in May

comScore released its search engine rankings for the United States for May 2012 today and, as far as month-to-month changes go, very little has in fact changed among the market shares claimed by the top search sites. For once, that’s good news for Yahoo. Google continues to leave a very deep imprint on the cushions of the search engine couch, …

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Facebook Ads: Company Claims Its System is Effective

Facebook ads do work, the company claims, and it has a brand new report to illustrate their point. According to Bloomberg, the company issued a report with ComScore which indicates advertisements on the social media site have helped a number of different companies, including Starbucks and Target. On average, companies that spent $1 on ads received $3 in return. Facebook …

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ComScore & Facebook Quantify Social Marketing ROI: Facebook Ads Work

ComScore and Facebook have just published a new report on the paid and earned effects of social marketing efforts. Titled, The Power of Like 2: How Social Marketing Works, it is second report in a series aimed at educating and instructing advertisers on how to best take advantage of and generate ROI with social marketing. You might remember, ComScore revealed …

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Multi-Screen Consumers Most Engaged, Loyal Consumers

A new study released today by comScore demonstrates that a television is no longer the only place that consumers are getting their watchable jollies thanks to computers, tablets, and smartphones all capable of delivering your favorite sitcoms and dramas. This incorporation of multiple screens into the consumer experience is reshaping how people develop loyalty to certain brands and how they …

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Facebook Stock Rises after ComScore Finds Ads Work

Yesterday, ComScore released details of their latest study on Facebook advertising and the news is pretty good. Despite many claims and self-report surveys declaring the ads simply don’t work, research suggests repeated exposure to branded messages, does in fact, impact subsequent purchasing decisions. In what could be a strange coincidence, Facebook shares are on the rise again today. Currently stocks …

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ComScore: Tablet Owners Watch a Lot of Video

ComScore’s recent study of tablet computer owners revealed that one in four smartphone owners also use a tablet computer and that, those using tablets are three times more likely to use them for watching streaming video. Ten percent of those watched videos on a daily basis. Who’s using tablet computers is also pretty interesting. The demographic information from ComScore reveals …

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