This Week in Retail Search – 10/26/2014

Retail Search Weekly Recap

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Every week CPC Strategy rounds up the leading Retail Search news on Google, Amazon, Mobile, and other leading verticals in one convenient article. Below are the news stories in Ecommerce, Retail Search, Google, Amazon, and Mobile that you should be aware of.

Digital Marketing News

Search Engine Land: Google Penguin 3.0: Worldwide Rollout Still in Process, Impacting 1% of English Queries

Google has made another update to its notorious Penguin, which targets blog networks, web spam, and other practices that go against Google’s search policies.

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TechCrunch: Amazon Fire Phone Flops

Amazon’s answer to the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone was an expensive endeavor for Amazon, who follows a mantra of looking for 10 year results over immediate. That didn’t appease investors when the Fire phone lost over $1 billion for the company.

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Search Engine Watch: Disney Dominates Halloween Keyword Ad Spend

Entertainment empire Disney has turned to the Internet as a major revenue and advertising source. This year, the media conglomerate has taken the lead on advertising spend related to Halloween shopping.

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CNBC: Massive Switch to New Credit Cards Ahead

Keep your eyes on your mailbox, new credit cards on the way. The United States banking system is upgrading to EMV credit cards, cards with small digital chips inside, as a measure to combat retail purchase fraud.

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Stay tuned for next week’s report on retail search!

About the AuthorStephen is an account manager at CPC strategy, he recently moved from Santa Barbara, where he owned and operated an event planning company. He graduated from CSU Channel Islands in Business. Stephen has a passion for everything food, from growing and cooking it, to eating it. He enjoys cooking for friends, being active and loves being outside. See all posts by this author here.