All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘greenlight’

Survey Suggests Facebook Search Engine Could Instantly Grab 22% Market Share

This week at TechCrunch Disrupt, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that search is something that Facebook will do, and that the company already has a team working on it. We talked about what this could mean to the search landscape, in terms of competition with Google here. There’s an interesting report (pdf) out from Greenlight Digital (via AllFacebook) about a …

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Most Internet Users Search Web in Multiple Languages

The latest factoid to be pulled out of Greenlight’s “Search & Social Survey (2011-2012),” a global survey of 500 people that sought out information about user experiences and behaviors, reveals that many people around the world conduct online searches in more than one language. 76% of the study’s participants claimed that they search for information on the internet in two …

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More Arguments That Facebook Ads Are Shoddy (or Not)

Look at what you did, General Motors. You pulled a measly amount of money (relatively speaking) from Facebook’s pocketbook and said it was because you don’t think Facebook’s ads do what they’re supposed to do. Now it’s a great big, steamy pile-on for everybody’s favorite website. Actually, that’s not exactly true. The reports coming out this week pointing out why …

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