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Hitwise reports that downstream traffic to Google Checkout is up 30% in the past four weeks, with the number one store, by far, being Buy.com. Buy delivered 18.3% of Checkout’s traffic, with number 2 Dick’s Sporting Goods way behind at 4.8%. Of course, Google’s major “Free Money” promotion is the biggest thing driving people to use the service, and with it running until the end of December, we’ll have to wait for January numbers to see if there is a big drop-off.
The brick and mortar storefronts crowded with bargain-seeking shoppers on Black Friday had plenty of traffic at their online counterparts the day before, as shoppers sought refuge from relatives and chores by spending some quality time with their Internet connections and online retailers.
Hitwise will announce in an upcoming press release that for the week ending October 14, over 66% of users who accessed the Join RED website continued on to visit the campaign’s merchandising partners. The Product RED campaign raises money to support the Global Fund to fight AIDS.
Pondering where surfers go after Wikipedia is interesting enough, but what was more interesting was the cyclical pattern of behavior among them that begins with Google and ends with Google or Google-related services (just to generalize – you could say search – Wikipedia – search – blog – social networking).
The queries people make at search engines demonstrate what is on the minds of the electorate, as the latest data from Hitwise indicated. Abortion, war, and illegal immigration were among the issues U.S. searchers looked for in queries for the twelve weeks leading up to September 16th.
Hitwise global research general manager Bill Tancer will present “Google, Yahoo!, and MSN: Brand Association” at Search Engine Strategies 2006 in San Jose on Monday; his blog post reveals an advance look at the information he will deliver during that session.
Want to know why your competitor’s website is so successful? Hitwise unveiled a service today that gives clients a glimpse into what your nemesis is doing right. Called Hitwise Conversions, the data reporting service outlines how online users navigate within specific sections of competitive websites.
Marketing research firm Hitwise just released numbers for July discussing search engine rankings. The information from a press release on Tekrati says Google is still the top dog for search, more than double the number of searches of their closest competitor, Yahoo.
If you’re in the real estate market, then chances are business has been good. For many, it’s been so good that they’ve decided to quit while they’re ahead. Last month, Hitwise released a report that reflects that concern. Searches for the terms “real estate bubble” and “housing bubble” lit up all of the major search engines, jumping by 311 percent.
The open source encyclopedia is now the second most-visited reference Web site, according to Hitwise.
Hitwise launches its new search term suggestion Report which brings a world first opportunity for search marketers targeting customers in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to access successful, locally relevant search term variation data across all search engines.
Competitive intelligence service Hitwise has released highlights of a report it conducted on the search engine industry. The report studied the amount of traffic search engines receive, the amount of visitor growth experienced, demographic information, and which categories garnered the most visitors.