UI and UX are important for SEO. Build an Intuitive, Responsive Website with Rich UI and UX If, on the other hand, your domain name is uniquely branded, Google can attribute those searches to an interest in your brand, and it will likely give you a...
Volunia Power User Feedback Driving New UI and Features One of the chief complaints of early users is the UI. While Google focuses on incorporating a social layer into search with their Google+ network and GoogleSearch Plus Your World personalized...
Blekko have announced a major upgrade which increases their automatic slashtags ("auto-slashing") to cover 500 content categories and rolling out their new UI. The new UI is partially the result of increased automatic slashtags.
Additional qualitative measures include a nice design, easy navigation and a good UI. Recent changes to Google’s search ranking algorithms and highly publicized search penalization of well-known brands, have caused much angst in the SEO community.
IE9 Bugs With Microsoft adCenter Forums - Search Engine Roundtable
adCenter UI Experiencing Latency and Intermittent Errors - adCenter Blog Google Teams with British Retail Consortium on E-Commerce Web Traffic Report by Danny Goodwin
Google Simplifying Chrome UI, Hiding URL Bar by Thom Craver The Google stereo system: A neat idea but really ugly - The Next Web How a Search Engine Might Identify the Functions of Blocks in Web Pages to Improve SearchResults - SEO by the Sea
The Google AdWords team, who are celebrating 10 years of AdWords, sent this hilarious video out to advertisers yesterday in 43 different languages - the same number that the AdWords UI works in. According to Claire Cain Miller and Brian Stelter of...
Quintura - Are UI Innovations Enough? WebFetch, new meta search engine, launches in UKIn addition to websearchresults from Google, Yahoo Search, MSN Search, and Ask.com, WebFetch also offers image search, audio search, video search, news search...
We have various methods for driving traffic to search and UI experiments
that we run but we don't share details regarding the methodology to help keep
the results as objective as possible. Webresults are presented in the main left-hand column...
the feature is part of the regular GoogleUI in one of our SEW Forums threads,
after yet again, someone was asking about them. I was
told these were made part of the official UI a few weeks after initially being
The UI Madness Continues - Item 3 on my 25 Things I Hate About Google list was "Stop confusing people. Search Engine Forums Spotlight - Links to the week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Google Considers European Retail Push...
Now Google's got people all over the web possibly
screwing up their cookies to see this experiment. Here's the
guide to Google's searchresults page. Next time, it
could be some adware/spyware thing changing Google's searchresults (as they
This constant UI testing over the past year has had
people wondering if they've been hit by adware/spyware and recently, whether you are
their sexual orientation! It pops up as part of the UI tests.
Google Engineering Director Says GoogleUI Is as Much Science as it is Art - Mickey Alam Khan's story on DMNews.com: Google Expects to Keep Home Page Simple, reports on a keynote address by Jen Fitzpatrick, an engineering director at Google that...
Danny recently posted about a UItest that offers refinement keywords on webresults pages. Philipp asks if a feature from Google that provides links to "related phrases" when you search for web-based definitions using "define:[foo]" is new.
It appears that I might have spotted yet another GoogleUItest or I'm very late to the party on this one. Have you noticed other search tips appering on webresults pages? None of my results pages included the "tip" but instead showed nothing...
We see to be talking about UI tests at Google all of the time but how about a test from Answers.com? Featured posts from the Search Engine Watch blog, as well as our customary search headlines from around the web.
We see to be talking about UI tests at Google all of the time but how about a test from Answers.com? It's another example of a searcher identifying potential results even before they have to begin browsing a websearchresults page.
UITest: Vertical Search Links In New Left Column Today's search podcast covers Google and AOL looking to renew their
partnership vows leaving Microsoft in the cold; AOL's wedding gift to Google
being new graphics ads for Googlesearchresults...
Over on Threadwatch, Aaron has news about what appears to be yet another UItest from Google. Note the various Google verticals (Froogle, News, Local, etc.listed in a column (or rail) on the far left side of a webresults page.