Posts Tagged ‘Search Engine’

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Facebook ‘Graph Search’ – Significance to SEO

17 January 2013 | Siobhan Swainston

As discussed in yesterday’s post, Facebook revealed ‘Graph Search’ – an intuitive internal search engine. In its simplistic form, ‘Graph Search’ allows users to search through Facebook, returning results on anything from friend’s recommendations on [...]

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Are Tom Daley and Jess Ennis Team GB’s ‘hottest’ athletes?

26 June 2012 | Tanya Goodin

Published today, exactly one month to go before the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics, Tamar’s Sports Index Vol 4 looks at the popularity of Google searches for the currently selected Team GB athletes [...]

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Primal – a new kind of search engine? We sock it to them…

30 July 2010 | Alex Christie

On being asked to contribute to the blog I chose a topic to cover. I had a selection of topics to choose from and I thought I’d go for the ‘thing’ I’d not heard of, [...]

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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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Twitter real time search now in Google SERPs and implications for brand management

10 December 2009 | Alex Christie

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 12 months, you will be aware of the phenomenon that is Twitter. You may also be aware that Google and Bing have been casting jealous [...]

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Breadcrumbs – in the SERPs? SEO Cordon Bleu?

18 November 2009 | Alex Christie

The latest change in testing at Google is the removal of the classic green URL in the Search Engine Results Page. The new intended display will be almost like the breadcrumb trail on a website. [...]

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Bing comes out of Beta! Why now and what can you expect?

13 November 2009 | Alex Christie

Yesterday (November 12th) Microsoft announced that Bing had finally come out of Beta stage in the UK. So what has prompted Microsoft to remove the Beta tag and effectively announce their satisfaction with Bing in [...]

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SEO Pro Training – Day Two Summary

20 October 2009 | Alex Christie

The day was kicked up by a head to head presentation-off between Will Critchlow and Rand Fishkin on the subject of keywords. Both took very different approaches to tackling the subject of keyword research; Rand [...]

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The evolution of YouTube as a search engine

21 August 2009 | Alex Christie

In May, to continue the trend of major names giving themselves subtle summer makeovers(see Twitter’s login facelift), YouTube expanded their search bar and removed their ‘home’, ‘videos’, ‘channels’, ‘community’ tab-style layout in favour or a [...]

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Understanding content and context

24 July 2009 | Tanya Goodin

The challenge for Search Engines This morning I was searching online and came  across a site ranking OK for a niche term but what got me was the fact that that the company was actually [...]