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  1. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    According to their original patent (US 8015162 B2), detecting duplicate and near-duplicate files detecting duplicate content started by utilizing two algorithms (Broder and Charikar) that worked by identifying document fingerprints, a method...

  2. The Future of Google's Search Personalization

    Google has just been awarded a patent for language personalization of search results. When possible, Google will customize your search results based on location and/or recent search activity. They say specifically that based on your location and/or...

  3. Location-Based Social Networking to Generate $3.3 Billion by 2013

    Local.com Gets Location-based Search Patent This has generated a slew of location-based social networks (as well as search apps). Location-based social networking is projected to generate worldwide revenues of $3.3 billion by 2013, according to ABI...

  4. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 24-28, 2008

    Yahoo Gets REAL About Job SearchesIn an effort to improve access to job seekers and assist recruiters, Yahoo announced today the launch of "R.E.A.L.a patent pending search ranking system that is based on Relevance, Engagement, Availability and...

  5. Search Headlines & Links: March 25, 2008

    Yahoo Gets REAL About Job SearchesIn an effort to improve access to job seekers and assist recruiters, Yahoo announced today the launch of "R.E.A.L.a patent pending search ranking system that is based on Relevance, Engagement, Availability and...

  6. Yahoo Gets REAL About Job Searches

    In an effort to improve access to job seekers and assist recruiters, Yahoo announced today the launch of "R.E.A.L.a patent pending search ranking system that is based on Relevance, Engagement, Availability and Location," a company press release...

  7. Trademark Law - What Search Marketers Should Know, Part 1

    Essentially a brand name, it identifies and distinguishes a product or service from others for use in commerce, and enjoys protection by the Trademark Office of the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office).