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After '(Not Provided)' & Hummingbird, Where is Google Taking Us Next?

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Google unleashed a one-two punch of moving entirely to secure search and rolling out a brand new algorithm known as Hummingbird. Here's why heading forward you need to start building your content with concept and context in mind. Google unleashed a one-two punch of moving entirely to secure search and rolling out a brand new algorithm known as Hummingbird. Here's why heading forward you need to start building your content with concept and context in mind. 0 Comments

Paid Search Growth Slows, Mobile Spikes in Q2 2012

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Paid search spend continues to grow, though not as rapidly as in recent quarters. Paid search spend on mobile increased dramatically, while Google, Bing and Yahoo held steady for search engine market share. Get more Q2 2012 insights. Paid search spend continues to grow, though not as rapidly as in recent quarters. Paid search spend on mobile increased dramatically, while Google, Bing and Yahoo held steady for search engine market share. Get more Q2 2012 insights. 0 Comments

International Social Media Strategy: One Size Does Not Fit All

While the social media space is becoming more defined every day, it's still the Wild West; especially when you look to take your strategy international. It may seem overwhelming, but if you embrace the opportunity, you could get large payoffs. While the social media space is becoming more defined every day, it's still the Wild West; especially when you look to take your strategy international. It may seem overwhelming, but if you embrace the opportunity, you could get large payoffs. 0 Comments

Search Wikia Asks Users to Share the Load

Wikia, the commercial site led by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, is taking the next step toward launching its open source, human-assisted Web search tool, Search Wikia, by buying distributed search crawler Grub from LookSmart. Wikia, the commercial site led by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, is taking the next step toward launching its open source, human-assisted Web search tool, Search Wikia, by buying distributed search crawler Grub from LookSmart. 0 Comments

Search Engine Results Chart

Chart shows how major search engines get their results from crawlers, human directories or via payments. Chart shows how major search engines get their results from crawlers, human directories or via payments. 0 Comments

How Search Engines Work

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How search engines work, including the difference between crawler-based search engines and human-powered directories. Explanation of what a spider is and how it crawls web pages. How search engines work, including the difference between crawler-based search engines and human-powered directories. Explanation of what a spider is and how it crawls web pages. 0 Comments

Diigo Offers "Social Annotation" Tool

Combining bookmarks with sharing, tagging, annotation and very powerful search tools, Diigo is an appealing, evolutionary step forward in how we find, consume and share information on the web. Combining bookmarks with sharing, tagging, annotation and very powerful search tools, Diigo is an appealing, evolutionary step forward in how we find, consume and share information on the web. 0 Comments