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55pc of teens use voice search daily: Google
Published: October 15, 2014
A Google study of voice-search habits among United States smartphone users across different age ranges contains lessons for marketers who fail to give the personal nature of mobile its due, leading to misinformed definitions of success.
Door closing on opportunity for mobile paid search bargains
Published: March 21, 2014
With the era of bargain pricing in mobile paid search nearing an end, marketers can expect a tougher time breaking through on smartphone screens unless they have big budgets or can enhance their strategies through contextual relevance, social and voice.

Bad mobile ads damage brand perception and performance
Published: March 3, 2014
While many marketers grasp the significant potential in mobile to reach consumers in new and exciting ways, mobile ads that lack creative vision or the proper execution still abound, hurting campaign performance and damaging brand perception as mobile increasingly becomes the primary media consumption channel.

Can Google fix its mobile problem by pushing voice search?
Published: September 30, 2013
Google is hoping it can turn around its mobile search problem with a new algorithm intended to deliver better results for mobile users asking a question out loud.
FTC directives could make mobile search more confusing
Published: June 27, 2013
Updated paid search guidance from the Federal Trade Commission requiring better labeling could have a big impact on mobile, where space is already at a premium.
Is the era of bargain-priced mobile paid search nearing the end?
Published: May 31, 2013
With the deadline for marketers to switch over to Google Enhanced Campaigns coming up on July 22, marketers could see the cost-per-click rates for tablet paid search reaching parity with desktop. Smartphone CPC rates could also increase, but probably not by as much.

Will Google’s new AdWords strategy do more harm than good on mobile?
Published: February 8, 2013
Google’s most sweeping overhaul to AdWords in several years is geared toward driving more revenue from mobile, which it could accomplish in the short term. However, these changes could also make it more difficult to optimize for the medium, something that could hurt mobile advertising more broadly.

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