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Nathania Johnson

Nathania Johnson

Articles by Nathania Johnson

  1. Facebook Enhances Query Suggestion Feature

    Fresh off the heels of beating Google in traffic for a week… Facebook has come out with an announcement about search. Yes, search. If you've ever used the search box that lies along the top blue bar in Facebook, you know that when you...

  2. Must Read: Matt Cutts Interviewed by Eric Enge

    Sit back, relax, and digest this thing. SEW Expert Eric Enge has published an extensive (and that's an understatement) interview with Google web spam king Matt Cutts. It covers a wide gammit of material from the basics to advanced. It's a...

  3. Embed Bing Maps Twitter App on Your Website

    Building on the location-sharing frenzy, a cool app for your site. Bing Maps has a Twitter application and now you can embed it on your website. Here's a visual tour of how to set it up. Go to Bing.com/maps Look for a menu at the bottom...

  4. AOL Updates Social Aggregation Service

    It's nicer, but not yet as comprehensive, as FriendFeed. Lifestream is the name of AOL's new social product launched a couple months ago. It allows you to update Facebook, Twitter and AIM simultaneously. You can also view a feed of your network...

  5. Yahoo! Adds TV Series Shortcut

    One click to comprehensive info on your favorite shows on the telly. When you search the name of a television show on Yahoo!, you'll now see a link to the show's page on tv.yahoo.com (one of my favorite sites for TV Listings, btw)....

  6. YouTube Mobile Site Now Serving Ads

    YouTube experienced 160% growth in traffic to their mobile site in 2009. So, they've decided to capitalize on all that traffic and serve ads on the site, which can be reached at m.youtube.com. The ads will be served on the American and...

  7. Twitter Expands Location Sharing Feature

    It's gonna be a great year for stalkers. In August, Twitter unveiled a location-sharing feature. It was limited to the API, so that developers could incorporate location data without having to require profiles in their own apps. Now,...

  8. Google Shows Inventory on Mobile Shopping Search

    Find out what's in stock nearby. Ever go to pick up something at a store and they're out. No problem, just go to another store or another location of the same chain. But they don't have it either. Annoying. Google wants to help you save time...

  9. MapQuest Adds Facebook Share Feature

    Easily enable stalking by anyone your network. Just kidding. (Sort of) Sharing your location is all the rage these days. MapQuest is getting in on the game by introducing a Facebook sharing feature. When you have a map of a location pulled...

  10. Yahoo!'s March 2010 Search Update Underway

    The announcement was as short as usual. But nevertheless, Yahoo!'s "Weather Report" is calling for shifts in rankings, updates to crawling and indexing, and page shuffling. Expect the storm to take place over the next few days. The last...

  11. Google Maps Adds Bike Trails

    Just in time for spring, Google is helping you enjoy the great outdoors by adding bike trails to Maps. Simply open up maps and search the location you're looking for. Then click the "More" tab and select "Bicycling." The bike paths are...

  12. Twitter's New URL Shortener to Fight Spam

    It's being rolled out to Direct Messages first, where much of the spamming occurs. All links sent through Direct Messages will be submitted to this service. They'll be checked for spam and then shortened using a twt.tl root link. Twitter...

  13. WHERE Launches Local/Mobile Ad Network

    A top mobile service harnesses its strengths to compete in the mobile ad space. WHERE is a mobile application (both downloadable and mobile web) that focuses on local search and recommendations. This week, WHERE is launching a local/mobile ad...