For the first time comScore said that there are more than 100 million “mobile media” users (apps, data, mobile Internet) in the U.S., 116 million to be precise. This is a powerful milestone that effectively means the mobile Internet (browser + apps) has grown to become more than half the size of the PC internet — in a little under five years. … [Read more...] about Android Has More Market Share, But Apple’s iOS Sends More Traffic
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Greg Sterling is a Contributing Editor at Search Engine Land. He writes a personal blog, Screenwerk, about connecting the dots between digital media and real-world consumer behavior. He is also VP of Strategy and Insights for the Local Search Association. Follow him on Twitter or find him at Google+.[/caption] … [Read more...] about RIM, Windows Continue To Lose Mobile Market Share, Android Near 53 Percent — comScore
The March smartphone market share numbers are out from comScore. What we see is Apple gaining 2.7 points to maintain its lead as the top US smartphone maker. Samsung also gained slightly and remains the number two smartphone manufacturer in the US. All other hardware makers, including Google’s troubled Motorola unit, lost ground. … [Read more...] about March Mobile Market Share: Apple Gains, Android Drops, Microsoft Sees Some Movement
However, now that you’ve actually got things working the right way, why not put that newly liberated money towards actually increasing your market share. … [Read more...] about How To Grow Online Market Share Without Increasing Your PPC Budget
What I discovered was only somewhat surprising. My results, placing Google at the top with 80 percent of the market, differed significantly from comScore’s 67 percent; but my findings were in line with most of the Google Analytics accounts I had seen, which show Google generating between 80 percent and 90 percent of all organic visits. Last year, I was at a loss to explain the discrepancy between my survey data and comScore’s data, but I chalked it up to how demographics might be weighted in comScore’s panel. … [Read more...] about Is Google’s Search Market Share Actually Dropping?