By Krishna Rao | 09 July 2013 |
The latest online search data released by Greenlight reveals 21% of the 2.5 million UK consumer online searches for hotels in May, were made using mobile devices. The majority, 59%, were for hotels in the UK, with London and York attracting the most queries.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 04 July 2013 |
With the deadline to migrate to Google Enhanced Campaigns just a little over two weeks away (22 July), let’s all embrace mobile advertising once & for all. Given the trend so far, it can only get better.
By Krishna Rao | 20 June 2013 |
Consumers made a total of 3.2 million online searches for flights in May, over 17% of which were made on mobile devices, reveals Greenlight's lastest “Flights Sector Report – Issue 9”.
Greenlight adds new Industry verticals to research portfolio and incorporates Mobile search insights
By Krishna Rao | 11 June 2013 |
Greenlight is expanding its current research portfolio, adding eight new industries to the five it currently covers. This sees the number of sectors covered by Greenlight’s free quarterly reports grow from fifteen to twenty-three. Additionally, new to all the reports is the inclusion of mobile search data.
By Krishna Rao | 28 March 2013 |
Consumer online searches for hotels in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, York and Cardiff proved to be the most popular in February, hauling in over 307,000 queries, reveals the latest quarterly search data from Greenlight.
By Krishna Rao | 27 March 2013 |
UK web search volumes for cooking appliances in February surged 5% on the previous quarter and at the expense of refrigeration, dishwasher and laundry products, reveals the latest quarterly White Goods research from Greenlight. Whilst Argos held its lead as the most visible site for cooking appliances-related searches, Amazon UK, which the previous quarter ranked second, slipped to fourth place as Appliances Online and Tesco nudged ahead of it
By Krishna Rao | 07 March 2013 |
Facebook today formally unveiled the redesign of its News Feed. Whilst Facebook has taken the success of advertising in peoples’ newsfeeds on mobile and based its News Feed redesign on mirroring that format (or close to it) on all devises, which should boost revenues, the conflict between user experience and driving more ad dollars looms large.