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Google Clicks with College Students

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College students overwhelmingly use Google for research for coursework, not only in the US, but worldwide. However, their use of the search engine does not stop there.

Google is students' first choice for any online information. Recent studies also found that heavy use of search engines includes younger and better educated US internet users.

The Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that over 90% of adults 18 – 64 use search engines. And those with more education and bigger salaries are more prone to search engine use.

Search this e-Marketer article for the facts http://bit.ly/GD03sm

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Stumbling for Good

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Stumble Upon, a discovery engine with 15 million users launched a program to help non-profits gain awareness and site traffic: Stumbling for Good.

Stumble Upon, the parent company, recommends web and mobile content for its users. For example, if you are interested in fly fishing, Stumble Upon can lead you to websites where fly fishing trips are offered, or fly fishing lures, or fly fishing techniques. Stumble Upon's new platform, Stumbling for Good, introduces people to non-profit organizations and causes that are like minded, giving the non-profit organizations a little boost.

Find out if your non-profit could use a little help from Stumbling for Good in this AdAge article http://bit.ly/nI2uin

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