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  1. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    If Bing continues to do search right and uses actual social media data to influence search results, the search results will continue to become more personalized. For laptop and desktop users, it will take some time before the majority of them have...

  2. Mobile Search iPhone Dance-Off: Google vs. Bing vs. Yahoo vs. Wolfram|Alpha

    The history option saves searches and personalized preferences to narrow down search results along with the ability to download the data. However, if you tap the pin icon to the right of that, you get a large list of local search options, such as...

  3. Critical Thinking for the Discerning SEO [eBook Review]

    With personalized search, mobile and other location aware searching, as well as social sharing, reviews, etc.the ability for a search engine to develop a better, holistic picture about the content of a site overall (vs.just a given single page...

  4. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts stressed that his was not the official company line, but he felt that personalization and localization would be key, but also that the effort to build Google Search and related services leads to a new ability: massive data storage and a kind...

  5. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts stressed that his was not the official company line, but he felt that personalization and localization would be key, but also that the effort to build Google Search and related services leads to a new ability: massive data storage and a kind...

  6. Daily SearchCast, May 11, 2006: Google Trends For Researching What's Hot & What's Not; Google Co-op, Google's Big Time Tagging Experiment; Complaints Over Commission Cuts & More!

    Co-op is an ambitious project, not unlike Base, to create verticals, add structured and user-generated content and make the search experience more personalized. Press Day, including the hot research tool Google Trends, the "freaky weird" mass...