Curious about the most popular people, places and things in 2013? Bing, Yahoo and Ask reveal the most memorable through search queries that dominated the engines in the past year. Top celebrities, top news and events, and top destinations all covered within.
Yes, the most asked question of 2013, according to Ask.com, was "What is the Royal Baby’s Name?" Ask.com also revealed the top news, celebrity, and political search terms and questions of 2013. Here's a look back at the year that was on Ask.com.
While Google is celebrating July 4th with a Doodle, rival search engines Bing and Yahoo have revealed some top U.S. searches leading up to this year's celebration. Yahoo's users want to party, while Bing uncovered some depressing search trends.
Bing’s Top Searches list is out and reads like a compendium of everything that is wrong with America. The iPhone 5 beat out the 2012 election in news, while Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus were the most searched people of the year.
Keeping a steady flow of relevant images, blog posts and videos coming to promote your local business is challenging. Use this list of 88 creative content ideas to keep your company’s editorial calendar full and increase your visibility.
Bing may have seen a bit of a boost in the fresh results department as a result of their slightly faster crawl rate on SOPA Blackout day, while GoogleBot slowed down substantially. Plus, a new infographic shows just how many users were affected.