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# Mathematical Function

1. ## How to Forecast the Future Value of SEO in 7 Steps

This measurable relationship between your variables and business results is your forecasting model from a mathematical point of view. Hence, if you want people to think of SEO as the critical business function that it is, then it's only logical to...

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Finally, and this is my personal favorite thanks to the combination of my mathematical education and twisted mentality: Facebook ad creation. Facebook ads function in terms of branding and overall recognition, but direct sales do not typically result.

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3. ## Valentine's Day 2012 Google Doodle Animates Tony Bennett's ‘Cold, Cold Heart’

Since December, typing a mathematical function into Google’s search box has returned solutions in the form of an interactive graph. The blue function creates the heart; the red function creates the top half of the circle; and the orange function...

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When you type in a mathematical function on Google, the search results will now contain an interactive graph of the function you just entered. Both standard language (cos of x squared, for example) and the actual mathematical symbols are accepted.

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The results the search engine returned, were at best, a guess based on mathematical relationships in contrast to a set of identified keywords. Form To Function What emerges from their objections is that there is a fundamental disconnect between the...

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6. ## HotBot's Swiss Army Knife Deskbar

You can convert between currencies: "100 usd>gbp", or calculate mathematical expressions: "4*(pi-3)", "pow(1.06,30)". And unlike most search toolbars, which are browser plug-ins, HotBot's Deskbar installs into the Windows task bar, which gives you...

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7. ## The Search Engine Report - August 5, 1997 Number 9

LinguistX uses a mathematical model of the Japanese language to identify word breaks. About 3 to 5% of AltaVista users are now taking advantage of the refine function, thanks to the redesign. Number 9

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8. ## The Search Engine Report, Aug. 5, 1997, Number 9

LinguistX uses a mathematical model of the Japanese language to identify word breaks. About 3 to 5% of AltaVista users are now taking advantage of the refine function, thanks to the redesign. Number 9

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9. ## The Search Engine Update, Aug. 5, 1997, Number 10

LinguistX uses a mathematical model of the Japanese language to identify word breaks. About 3 to 5% of AltaVista users are now taking advantage of the refine function, thanks to the redesign. Number 10

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