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A big topic of conversation in recent weeks has concerned the ongoing debate between search engine giants Google and the British music industry’s trade association. The issue lies in illegal downloading sites and how easy it is to access these within Google’s search engine results pages. The knock-on effect of this means that thousands of people have the ability to download pirated music within just a few clicks on their computer.
The way in which we access the Internet has shifted over the last five years as mobile Internet browsing has increased in popularity. Today more companies are making the transition to mobile compatible websites having witnessed significant changes in user habits (see Mobile Internet Usage on the Up).
Microsoft search engine Bing has revealed phase two of its major revamp as they look to increase market share by integrating social tools on their search pages.The update features new social tools which will be added to the right hand side of results pages to display user mentions and ratings from your social connections.
Search engine giants Google have introduced two new tools for people to determine the success of their display adverts in campaigns, while it has also been announced that the UK Internet adspend has increased 14.4% to £4.8 billion.
Most of us access the Internet on a daily basis. Whether it’s during our own free time or for business related purposes, we can access the web and obtain a substantial amount of information in just a few clicks.