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  1. Goodbye, Keyword Data: Google Moves Entirely to Secure Search

    As time rolled on, the conversion to encrypted search expanded globally to all signed-in users then even further to include default searching in Firefox Nearly two years after making one of the biggest changes to secure search that resulted in a...

  2. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    Essentially, Apple engineers were trying to make Safari work as seamlessly as IE, Firefox, and Opera in this regard. As of January 2012, five browsers split the majority of the market: Mozilla’s Firefox 37.1 percent Google Chrome 35.3 percent...

  3. Blog SMO Guide: How to Apply Social Media Optimization to Your Blog in 33 Steps

    The W3C HTML Validation Markup Service and HTML Validator Firefox Add-on are handy tools to audit your code. Use distance, style/formatting, icons, specific button labels ("subscribe"), and default field text to provide clarity.

  4. Bing News: Firefox 4; CTR in Ranking Algorithm; Golden Sporks

    Bing will soon become the third general search engine option for all Firefox English language users, behind Google and Yahoo. In a post, here's what Firefox said of its search options: Google remains the most popular general search and it will...

  5. Semanti Firefox Add-on Aims to Reduce Keyword Refinement, Provide Better Results

    Today, Semanti is officially launching their brand new Firefox add-on. But if Bruce Johnson from Semanti has his way, you'll start getting the results you want from your first search. Johnson is the CEO of Semanti, a San Francisco-based semantic...

  6. Tools of the Trade

    SEO Tool for Firefox: This is a great plug-in to your browser to get you quick, easy-to-understand information about why a given Web site may be ranking for a particular search phrase. SEO Quake: Essentially the same type of information that you’d...

  7. Searching Via Internet Explorer 7 & The Battle To Be The Default Search Engine

    Choose a provider, and then your search will go to that provider for that particular search, similar to how the box in Firefox works. In my past article about this, I wrote about not being sympathetic to that idea, given that Google has had no...