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  1. Is Google’s Knowledge Vault Smarter Than Siri and Cortana?

    In order to see just how effective this technology is, SEO consulting agency Stone Temple conducted a test in which it analyzed 3,086 different queries that may trigger a knowledge panel (meaning content in the search results that directly answers...

  2. Influential Twitter Accounts Indexed More in Google [Research]

    Between two queries, the company found a total of 6.2 billion Twitter pages indexed in Google, "which is a pretty small number when you consider that there are 500 million tweets per day," Eric Enge, CEO of Stone Temple Consulting said in his post...

  3. Google Reveals What New & Expectant Parents Search For

    Not surprisingly, clothing queries were among the top commercial searches. The types of queries change depending on the stage of parenthood, though. According to a survey conducted through Google Consumer Surveys in April, new and expecting parents...

  4. The Hidden Skill Every PPC Manager Should Possess: Sleuthing

    We thought perhaps search queries had shifted to themes that were less relevant and/or action-orientated. For this particular situation, there were no new, outlandish search queries coming in and generating traffic that wasn't ultimately converting.

  5. Why Google's Hummingbird Algorithm Isn't for the Birds

    Both these examples illustrate Hummingbird's better understanding of query meaning by recognizing and then connecting entities and attributes contained within search queries to existing knowledge data, then applying context to each query – the who...

  6. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    The very same function holds true for queries in search engines. Just as searches are conducted on platforms other than Google, Bing, and Yahoo, search also happens on social platforms. By now everyone has seen or heard hashtags used.

  7. Note to FTC: Google Satisfies Information Needs Way More Than Shopping Needs

    And to place something else into perspective, of the 100 billion searches conducted on Google every month, just how many of those are “informational queries” compared to commercially related, or actual “shopping” queries?