54% of respondents found websites through natural search results in 2012, up from 50% in 2011.
Tablets and smart phones combined accounted for roughly 24% of organic search visits in Q1.
Google Maps was the No. 1 app used for local searches on phones and tablets, at 35% and 25%, respectively.
Google’s share of net US search ad revenues is expected to reach 73.7% this year, up from 72.8% in 2012.
More than 60% of small businesses lacked an address on their homepage, and nearly 50% did not provide a contact number.
On desktops, Google captured more than four-fifths of search spending in the last quarter measured.
Mobile activity on Google far outpaced Yahoo and Bing.
In addition to being the No. 4 US website overall, Google’s YouTube was unquestionably the top destination for online video, averaging over 132 million monthly unique viewers and a staggering 15 billion video streams per month.
According to Nielsen, Americans on the web were most inclined to search, socialize, shop, browse or, of course, look things up on Wikipedia.
The data showed that 61% of Google searchers are logged into a Google service when using the search engine, compared to 22% of Bing users.