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

    While autocomplete suggestions were available in 82 percent of e-commerce websites, the research stated that "36 percent of implementations do more harm than good. Consistent with Baymard Institute research, most (about 63 percent) cited they...

  2. SES San Francisco Keynote: Google's Matt Cutts & Patrick Thomas on Search Engine Censorship

    Most recently, Google found itself internally debating censoring autocomplete suggestions when the Boston bombing happened earlier this year. Another controversial topic Google deals with involves autocomplete search suggestions.

  3. Bing Autosuggest Expands to Take on Instant Search, Knowledge Graph In One Fell Swoop

    Bing has taken search suggestions, autocomplete, and semantic search to a whole new level. Combining autocomplete with Bing Snapshot Search – an element that resembles Google's Knowledge Graph – the new and improved Bing Autosuggest shows near...

  4. Local Keyword Research: 3 Ways to Use Google

    Changing your location to New York City yields different results in Google's Autocomplete suggestions when compared to Chicago. Google Autocomplete Google Autocomplete can often be a good resource when conducting any keyword research, and that goes...

  5. Google Sued by Germany’s Former First Lady for Prostitution-Related Search Suggestions

    Google refuses to remove defamatory autocomplete suggestions that peg her as a prostitute, yet they have the capacity to block certain terms and remove results, as evidenced by their fight against piracy.

  6. Twitter Upgrades Search With Autocomplete, ‘People You Follow’ Results

    Twitter has introduced two new search functions that should help improve the user experience: AutoComplete and the ability to filter results out to include only those from people you follow. In the announcement, engineer Frost Li said search...

  7. Nomenclature: The Industry Case For and Against SEO

    We don’t have an awesome reputation, as an industry.check out this set of Autocomplete suggestions Simon Heseltine pointed out last April. In the past four years or so, we’ve seen varying levels of hysteria over Google Suggest (later renamed...