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Bing: More Than 50% Of Searchers Click The First Result; 75% Click On Deep Links Result

Bing: More Than 50% Of Searchers Click The First Result; 75% Click On Deep Links Result | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
The value of ranking first on a search results page is no secret, but today Bing is putting some hard numbers on it: More than 50 percent of Bing users click the first result, and more than 75 percent click there if the first result includes Bing’s...
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Your search strategy should ensure you are placing at least on the first page of results for your keywords.

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Google+ outranks Twitter as no. 2 social network after Facebook

Google+ outranks Twitter as no. 2 social network after Facebook | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
Nobody can hold a candle to Facebook when it comes to the title of ginormous social network. So the battle shifts to the number two spot.
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This is big news. Remember what happened to MySpace. Yes, the same could happen to Facebook -- so don't put all your eggs in one basket! We've been bullish on Google+ for a while. You are on Google+ aren't you?

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A snapshot of what users from five social networks looked like in 2012 | Digital Trends

A snapshot of what users from five social networks looked like in 2012 | Digital Trends | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
Pew studied Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram to get a better look at what types of users were on these social networks in 2012.
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Enjoy this  tasty snack of statistics tidbits from Pew. It would have been nice to have LinkedIn and Google+ for the main course.

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Photos reveal why the iPad Mini matters: People will hold it with one hand—like a Kindle

Photos reveal why the iPad Mini matters: People will hold it with one hand—like a Kindle | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
Apple and Amazon are finally in direct competition over hardware. The iPad Mini, unveiled today by Apple, is close enough in size, weight, and price to Amazon's Kindle Fire for consumers to consider the devices head-to-head.
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