Archive for the ‘Bing’ Category

Is Bing Getting It Right? Social Search Evolves in Style

Bing recently rolled out a revamped, cleaned up version of its search engine, and it looks really rather good. Yesterday, they made it better. On the10th of May, 2012, Bing introduced the ‘New Bing,’ a search engine that subtly involves social signals to help you “spend less time searching and more time doing”. We talk […]

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Editors’ Picks Available On Bing

The news of Bing launching an ‘Editors’ Picks‘ comes via searchengineland.com today. With Google withdrawing their Google directory from public use it seemed as though directories were going to slowly become something of the past. Afterall, if the search engine giant Google was deleting their directory surely everyone else would follow form? NOT the case. […]

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Bing and Mobile Search

Sometimes it can feel like we don’t pay attention to any other Search Engine but Google. As we have said in a previous blog, Google is the main market share holder in the Search game, but that does not mean we should totally exclude other Search Engines from notice. Bing for instance, is still in […]

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Google Monopolises Search – Is This Bad?

Over the past couple of years there have been serious debates going on in the SEO world concerning the market share which Google so clearly enjoys. It is no secret that over the past years Google has sprinted ahead of it’s Search competitors, Bing and Yahoo, and taken the lead in the Search game. Isn’t […]

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Why Is Content Relevant to SEO?

This is a valid question and needs a good answer. As the web continues to grow there are more and more sites and therefore more and more content available to users. Unfortunately, along with the good, there is the bad. It is quite common, now, to come across sites with hardly any content. What’s there […]

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Recent Changes in Search and the Effect on Your Site

February saw several important changes to the major search engines that will have a long term impact on search and to the search engine ranking of your Web site. One of the changes is a greater emphasis on how search engines treat links from social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Both Google and […]

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The Effect of Facebook and Twitter on Search Engine Rankings

As  companies increase their use of social media like Twitter and Facebook we have been looking at whether this has an effect on their organic search engine rankings and if so how much?  The same question has been raised recently by a number of search engine bloggers and Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Land. Danny had […]

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Where is Search Going

I enjoyed the article in Search Engine Land by Gord Hotchkiss in his interview with Stefan Weitz, a Director at Bing http://selnd.com/dp4AlL. It highlighted one of the biggest challenges in Search today –  language. How can search engines determine if you put in the search term ‘jaguar’ whether you mean an animal, a car or […]

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Search and Business – Right Here, Right Now and Very Personal

During the past six months we have seen the major search engines Google, Bing and Yahoo refining their search engines to return results that take into account the users location and previous search history. What this means is that the results search engines returned to individual users will vary depending on where the users are […]

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Google Social and Bing Twitter Search

I have been trying out Google Social Search and Bing Twitter search. Both were announced at the Web 2.0 Summit on October 21. Choosing such a pretigious event to announcing it I was quite excited about it. No need; Google Social Search is will probably join the other Google products that are fun to use […]

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