Posts by Henry Elliss

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Big changes for Google real-time search results

27 August 2010 | Henry Elliss

Big changes for Google’s dynamic and constantly refreshing stream of real time search results or “updates” vertical.  Google real time search results are now incorporating geographic targeting, so sentiment, attitudes, and buzz can be measured […]

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Dear bloggers – if you want interaction, make it easy…

11 August 2010 | Henry Elliss

As somebody who spends a fair bit of time reading and research industry news for my job – as well as commenting on blogs in my spare time too – I get very frustrated about […]

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Facebook questions – revolution, or doomed to fail?

30 July 2010 | Henry Elliss

Facebook have recently rolled out a new feature to a small set of lucky (?) beta testers – namely, Facebook questions. If you think this sounds like a familiar idea (or if you have used […]

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Twitter now second only to Google in terms of search volumes

9 July 2010 | Henry Elliss

According to Twitter co-founded Biz Stone, while speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival this week, Twitter is now handling over 800 million search queries every single day, or 24 billion search queries per month. This […]

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The trouble with Facebook community pages…

2 July 2010 | Henry Elliss

I’ve been thinking about Facebook’s (relatively) new ‘Community Pages’ lately, especially after a back-n-forth I was having with ITV’s Ben Ayers on Twitter yesterday. General consensus from within the online marketing community is that the […]

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Google, Bing and social media bling – taking bets on the content currency exchange

16 June 2010 | Henry Elliss

As you will know from Neil’s blog, the world of search has changed massively in the past 15 years. Heck, it’s changed massively in the past 15 weeks – so looking forward 15 years in […]

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Twitter sorting out search, Google loving Twitter…

26 May 2010 | Henry Elliss

There have been a couple of developments in the world of Twitter recently which I thought would be worth documenting here on the blog – both have links to search too, making them doubly relevant […]

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Twitter – too much talking, not enough listening?

11 May 2010 | Henry Elliss

Last night saw a strange ‘glitch’ happen on Twitter, which in turn served as a bit of a revelation to me in how the attitudes of people using Twitter seems to have matured. I should […]

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Spotify moves to become a social music platform

27 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

In a move that will inevitably be seen as a response to the recent hype around mFlow and their ‘Social Music Store’, Spotify have announced a raft of new features today. The most significant of […]

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Twitter adds ads, but not as we had expected…

14 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

The savvy-thinkers over at Twitter finally made a much-anticipated announcement this week – that they’re finally ready to allow advertising on their website. Industry pundits have been speculating for over a year now on how […]

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