News That Google’s Search Volume Dropped 2 Percent: Site Traffic

Ostensibly this news was based on new data from Hitwise showing that Microsoft Bing searches through Bing.

Funny thing. Notice, the sites where these stories were running Mashable and the Huffington Post both run the majority of advertising from Bing. You see, was accompanied by a prominent Bing ad right next to it since Bing would overtake Google search as early as next year. News that Google's search volume dropped 2 percent, from 66 to 64 percent, was supposed to signify that the tech giant is on the ropes, about to be overtaken by Bing. Known march, and Yahoo, which is now powered by Bing, received just over 15 percent.

Runs a contentintegrated ad platform for Bing at each bottom page that prompts readers to search Bing for related pics while Bing is better than Google. The idea is to bring the advertisers into the conversation occurring on the site and e the line with mixing editorial and advertising. According to DigiDaily supposedly HuffPo labels all advertiser blogs as such. A well-known fact that is. DigiDaily explains how Huffington Post earns revenue from sponsored editorial content, which is of course becoming a prevalent online practice.

Not that this site is above working with our advertising partners on sponsored editorial we're happy to bring the advertisers into the conversation occurring on the site.

Not that this site is above working with our advertising partners on sponsored editorial we're happy to bring the advertisers into the conversation occurring on the site. The notion that Bing has Google on the ropes doesn't seem to be a conversation occurring anywhere. The notion that Bing has Google on the ropes doesn't seem to be a conversation occurring anywhere.