This Week in Retail Search 7/30/2014

By Tinuiti Team

Retail Search Recap 7/30/2014

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Google News:

Below are the top stories in Google related news this week.

Search Engine Watch: Google Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Following last May’s Right to be Forgotten ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), Google has removed more than 100,000 pages from search results. The Right to be Forgotten ruling allows individuals to petition Google to remove a page with misleading or old information from the search index.

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Amazon News:

Below are the top stories in Amazon news this week.

E-commerce Times: Amazon Reports A Loss in Q2

During Amazon’s Q2 earnings call, Jeff Bezos reported a net loss of 27 cents per share which nearly doubled analysist predictions. Investors are concerned with Amazon’s spending on new technologies such as Amazon’s Fire Phone which have yet to show financial success.

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Microsoft News:

Below are the top stories in Microsoft news this week.

Search Engine Land: Bing Ads Is Getting A New Look

Next week, Microsoft will unveil a new interface for Bing Product Ads. The Bing Ads Team has set out to reduce the difficulty in managing both Google AdWords and Bing Ads campaigns. Bing Product Ad’s new design will simplify navigation and offers a similar experience to Google AdWords with a Top Mover report and Opportunities Tab.

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Mobile News

Below are the top stories in mobile news this week.

USA Today: Facebook’s Q2 Success in Mobile Ads

Facebook reported another successful quarter with $2.7 billion in advertising revenue during Q2. However, Facebook’s mobile advertisements grew 151% and were responsible for 62% of overall advertising revenue last quarter.

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

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