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  1. Bing Predicts Weighs in on Scottish Independence Vote

    Beyond prediction, when Bing looks at search queries from Scotland in the past 6 months, it says it sees "interesting patterns" in what people have been searching for. In a blog post, Bing says it is beta testing its Bing Predicts model, a service...

  2. 3 Campaigns Your E-Commerce Account Should Have for Christmas

    If your search queries are very brand-heavy, there is also now the potential to create a brand term campaign as well as a generic term campaign so you can optimize on these searches separately. These campaigns offer a really relevant journey for...

  3. Google Tests Knowledge Graph with “In the News”

    Open champs Serena Williams and Marin Cilic -- yielded standard Knowledge Graph features and it remained unclear what types of additional queries would yield this news feature. According to Search Engine Land, searching for reality star Jill Duggar...

  4. Social Customer Service Secrets to Avoid Negative Search Results

    Go beyond the @ mentions and page tags when responding to customer service queries. Search results beware and be aware, customer service is part two of the social media revolution. Now buyers are in charge of relationships with the companies they...

  5. How Google Pigeon Impacted Local Queries, and What You Can Do

    As previously mentioned, directories seemed to get a boost, and, so did certain queries. English queries. The latest analysis using BrightEdge’s massive data set from June to August shows an uptick in the results for queries related to the following:

  6. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    By selecting Mobile, you can check your trending over the past 90 days for mobile search queries. I still find many webmasters don’t know that you can segment mobile search traffic directly in the Search Queries reporting in Google Webmaster Tools.

  7. Lost and Found: How Top E-Commerce Brands Stack Up With Site Search

    Queries with symbols or abbreviations - like a quotation mark in place of the word "inch" - were not supported by 60 percent of the websites studied. Suggestions based on other users’ past queries should be carried out with special care or avoided...