Tablet owners exhibited significant use of their devices throughout the entire online shopping process — from doing the initial planning, conducting product and store research, making price comparisons, to finally transacting. In the past month, more than half of tablet owners looked up product or price information for a specific store (56 percent) and read customer ratings and reviews while on a tablet (54 percent). … [Read more...] about Android Has More Market Share, But Apple’s iOS Sends More Traffic
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Android has firmly established itself north of the 50 percent threshold in the US among smartphone owners. The operating system now stands at 52.6 percent of all US smartphones. However the iPhone’s share jumped a meaningful 2.4 points — prior to the launch of the iPhone 5. … [Read more...] about RIM, Windows Continue To Lose Mobile Market Share, Android Near 53 Percent — comScore
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 March Mobile Market Share: Apple Gains, Android Drops, Microsoft Sees Some Movement
Extra impressions and clicks are nice, but market share comes from “sales volume,” not “impression volume,” “click volume” or even “conversion volume.” … [Read more...] about How To Grow Online Market Share Without Increasing Your PPC Budget
I asked all respondents in my survey to rate the major search engines and calculated Net Promoter Scores for each. Google scored quite high with a score of 39, while Yahoo and Bing scored an abysmal -66. Unfortunately, I did not ask this question last year, so it is impossible to tell how things are changing, but I can include this question in future surveys. … [Read more...] about Is Google’s Search Market Share Actually Dropping?