Category Archives: search

3 Ways to Optimize Search on Your Ecommerce Site




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Where Do Google Doodles Come From?




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How Schema.org Will Change Your Search Results & What it Means for Marketers





Algorithms aren’t going away anytime soon now that websites have a better way to directly describe their content to major search engines. Ear… Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day: We Celebrate With Google Doodles [PICS]

The second Sunday in May is when the United States, Canada and a great many other countries around the world honor their mothers, celebrate motherhood… Continue reading

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5 Website Features You Can Easily Offload to Reduce Costs

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Google’s Valentine’s Day Doodle Through the Years [PICS]

Happy Valentine’s Day to all you romantics out there! Google has set the mood on its infamously sparse homepage today with a brand new Google Do… Continue reading

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Google Changes Algorithm To Penalize Site Scrapers

Google updated its search algorithm this week to help reduce webspam in its search results. These changes were made in response to increased criticism of Google and its search engine results. The criticism has been partly inspired by the emergence of newer forms of webspam alongside traditional webspam (pages that consist of lots of keywords […] Continue reading

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Qwiki Launches Public Alpha To Change the Way You Consume Information

Fresh off raising $8 million in funding, “information experience” startup Qwiki is opening up its alpha to the public Monday. Qwiki, as a refresher, weaves together multiple data sources in near real-time to create more than 3 million interactive video presentations on reference topics. The startup aims to create an information consumption experience as culturally […] Continue reading

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Startup Collecta Shuts Down Its Product, Starts Working on a New One

Collecta, a real-time search engine that launched in June 2009, has quietly shuttered its main product; the team is returning “back into the woodshed,” in the words of CEO Gerry Campbell, to work on new ideas and new directions. Currently, Collecta.com is just a placeholder and mailing-list signup form field. The site shows a constantly […] Continue reading

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Google Instant Search: Is it an Improvement?

406-google-instantInstant Search is a new feature which attempts to make Google’s search engine faster and more usable. Is it better? Let us know what you think. Continue reading

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