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  1. Dissecting Moz's 2013 Search Engine Ranking Factors

    You don't get a PhD in applied math just by showing up for a lot of lectures. Imagine playing a team sport, where your team could be penalized at any time, but you and your teammates have only a rudimentary idea of what may or may not trigger a...

  2. How Search Engines Use Machine Learning for Pattern Detection

    If you are however a mathematician, the next step is following the free Stanford video lectures on the topic. While it’s impossible to explain in one short article how machine learning influences our lives, understanding the basics of machine...

  3. Nellie Melba Gets Google's Stamp of Approval With 150th Birthday Logo

    Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust has compiled a list of additional celebrations planned for the 150th anniversary, including music, lectures, and exhibitions. Google is celebrating the 150th birthday of Australian opera singer Dame Nellie Melba with a...

  4. Zvents blends local search with current events

    Meanwhile, TV and newspaper ads contain information about upcoming sales, product deliveries, lectures and in-store events, etc.but this useful information is generally not searchable on the Internet.

  5. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 17, 2005: Hot Site Stats From Google Sitemaps, Matt Cutts Talks At PubCon, AdWords Tested At Bottom Of Page, Google Print Becomes Google Book Search & More!

    Lectures, and More Added to BlinkxTV Database Today's search podcast covers Google giving new stats to webmasters on queries driving them traffic and indexing alerts, Google webmaster relations guru Matt Cutts answering questions in a conference...

  6. Speeches, Lectures, and More Added to BlinkxTV Database

    I'm specifially talking about lectures, presentions, interviews, etc.emanating from univerisities, museums, think tanks, and other groups. For several months I've suggested to all of the video and audio search players to make an attempt to crawl...

  7. Google Makes Digitized Archive of Interviews with TV Legends Available Online

    I hope other services begin digitizing and making more accessible the thousands of hours of archived interviews, lectures, and more. I'm not so sure. Today's news from Mountain Viewis that more fully viewable content is now available on Google.