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New App-Based Search Engine Startup Relcy Tries to Reset SEO

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The idea behind Relcy is to index and rank the content stored within apps on your phone, giving you the ability to search content across all your apps, which the major search engines, like Google, can't access. What could it mean for SEO? The idea behind Relcy is to index and rank the content stored within apps on your phone, giving you the ability to search content across all your apps. 0 Comments

Google Encrypted Search Hits China

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While Google users in the U.S. and many other countries have been getting encrypted searches by default, Google has now expanded and begun encrypting web searches conducted by users in China, the Washington Post reported. While Google users in the U.S. and many other countries have been getting encrypted searches by default, Google has now expanded and begun encrypting web searches conducted by users in China, the Washington Post reported. 0 Comments

Bing It On Challenge Hits London: Bing Still Finds Bing Superior to Google

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Just days after the validity of the Bing It On Challenge faced serious questions, Microsoft has apparently decided that people need more marketing pokes aimed at Google and kicked off another Bing It On advertising campaigns, this time in the UK. Just days after the validity of the Bing It On Challenge faced serious questions, Microsoft has apparently decided that people need more marketing pokes aimed at Google and kicked off another Bing It On advertising campaigns, this time in the UK. 0 Comments

The United States of Google: Mapping Google Usage by State

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A new study by online advertising company Chitika maps Google search engine usage by state and its correlation to variables like median age, job growth and income and education level. California, New York, and Massachusetts are top Google users. A new study by online advertising company Chitika maps Google search engine usage by state and its correlation to variables like median age, job growth and income and education level. California, New York, and Massachusetts are top Google users. 0 Comments

Yahoo Search Results Redesign Add Tabs, Filtering

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Yahoo introduced redesigned search result pages yesterday. The new, simpler look adds tabs beneath the search box, allowing you to view images, video, or news or other results. Yahoo also lets you filter searches by time and trending searches. Yahoo introduced redesigned search result pages yesterday. The new, simpler look adds tabs beneath the search box, allowing you to view images, video, or news or other results. Yahoo also lets you filter searches by time and trending searches. 0 Comments

Bing Branding Blitz on Xbox

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Microsoft is bringing Bing search to the Xbox 360. The new search feature will use Microsoft voice recognition technology and the Xbox 360 Kinect sensor to allow a search experience that makes the user's body into the controller. Microsoft is bringing Bing search to the Xbox 360. The new search feature will use Microsoft voice recognition technology and the Xbox 360 Kinect sensor to allow a search experience that makes the user's body into the controller. 0 Comments

Generating Revenue From Outsourced Local Search

A new niche market is emerging, where forward-thinking affinity and utilitarian websites are well-positioned to aggressively stake a claim in local search and generate significant revenue from local businesses. A new niche market is emerging, where forward-thinking affinity and utilitarian websites are well-positioned to aggressively stake a claim in local search and generate significant revenue from local businesses. 0 Comments

Google My Search History Personalizes the Web

Say goodbye to bookmarks: Google has rolled out a seriously cool search history feature that automatically keeps track of all of your web searches and every page that you view from search results. Say goodbye to bookmarks: Google has rolled out a seriously cool search history feature that automatically keeps track of all of your web searches and every page that you view from search results. 0 Comments

Going Shopping? Ask Jeeves for Advice

As the online shopping search space continues to heat up, Ask Jeeves has entered the fray with powerful enhancements to its smart search capabilities that help in all phases of the shopping process. As the online shopping search space continues to heat up, Ask Jeeves has entered the fray with powerful enhancements to its smart search capabilities that help in all phases of the shopping process. 0 Comments

The Top Searches of 2002

Google, Lycos and other major search engines have posted details of the most popular search queries for 2002. Google, Lycos and other major search engines have posted details of the most popular search queries for 2002. 0 Comments

The Mixed Message Of Paid Inclusion

Pages pitching webmasters on the advantages of paid inclusion end up hurting search engines that run these programs, because they imply that the search engines have out-of-date, incomplete listings of the web. A look at the mixed messages that are being sent out by the web's major crawlers. Pages pitching webmasters on the advantages of paid inclusion end up hurting search engines that run these programs, because they imply that the search engines have out-of-date, incomplete listings of the web. A look at the mixed messages that are being sent out by the web's major crawlers. 0 Comments

Can Portals Resist The Dark Side?

The battle now raging over profits in the search space may not be as dramatic as the Star Wars epic, but there's definitely an element of the Dark Side as two more search engines -- iWon and Canada.com -- have shifted over to using paid placement listings. Will other search engines follow this trend, which was begun by Go.com earlier this year? The battle now raging over profits in the search space may not be as dramatic as the Star Wars epic, but there's definitely an element of the Dark Side as two more search engines -- iWon and Canada.com -- have shifted over to using paid placement listings. Will other search engines follow this trend, which was begun by Go.com earlier this year? 0 Comments