SEO News


  1. Rumors of the Press Release's Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

    Ninety-five percent use Google/search engines, 93 percent use the company web site, 47 percent use Wikipedia, 36 percent use the web site of a commercial newswire, 34 percent use the company blog, 33 percent use social networks, 32 percent use...

  2. Meltwater Barred From Sun Online Content As News International Steps Up Anti-Crawling Policy

    Apparently, NewsCorp is also set to remove itself from the aggregation and archive service Nexis (part of LexisNexis) and plans to "still keep contracts with other news aggregators, among them Factiva, the competitor of LexisNexis that was...

  3. LexisNexis Integrates Semantic Search Technology into Patent Research

    LexisNexis is introducing semantic search technology into its intellectual property research products. With semantic search technology we have changed the very nature of online patent research by providing users with an additional means of...

  4. Dana Todd and Sarah Holoubek on SEMPO at SES NY 2008

    Her vertical expertise covers over 10 sectors and includes names such as Levi Strauss & Co, Bloomingdales, LexisNexis, Texas Instruments, Colgate-Palmolive, Century 21 Real Estate, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, Symantec and Genworth Financial.

  5. Show Me the Content: Web Search, Verticals, and Metasearch

    In many respects, what I'm talking (in concept not content) has been around for years with services like Dialog and LexisNexis. So, in a sense it's not only putting it to Google but to Yahoo, Ask and other general purpose web engines.

  6. Yahoo Search Subscriptions Brings Premium Content Into Web Search

    Yahoo has released a new Yahoo Search Subscriptions (beta) service that unites regular web search results found from crawling the open web with listings from free and fee-based database services and publishers such as Factiva, LexisNexis, and...