• fjpoblam

    Hey! This *is* SearchEngine land, after all! I saw on Cnet that one SE had Santa over Australia and the other over Japan. I’d like to see, after all is said and done, a comparison of Santa-tracking corelated to SE clicks. Does Google have a stronger market share in Japan and Bing in Australia? Or vice versa? Is the difference substantial?

  • http://twitter.com/KringleClaus Kringle Claus

    There are 2 other trackers as well:

    emailsanta.com (a hybrid of the NORAD and Google and it’s own)

    planefinder.net (FLIGHT S4NTA1)

    NASA no longer does a tracker

  • FogFimFoo

    Oh wow, I wonder if Santa has to file a plight plan?


  • Ivy Thai

    What you have used for tracking Santa?

  • http://twitter.com/EricLayland Eric Layland

    Certainly Santa’s route is important for sure. But we also need to consider relevance of gifts distributed to recipient’s expectation or in essence, Santa’s conversion rate. Right gift to the right household is what’s important.

  • http://ftc.gov/ MonopolizedSearch

    To be perfectly honest, Google’s attempt to compete in the Santa tracking industry underscores just how selfish their company has become. Seeking to funnel/monetize all internet traffic, Google could not fathom allowing NORAD to partner with Bing. Oh no, instead Google had to compete with them. Christmas is a holy day and about giving. Google knows not how to give or share.

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