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Category archive: SEO

Google adds more emphasis on social media

Today we’re doing a little bit more to bring you all the goodness of Google, plus the opinions of the people you care about. As always, we want to help you find the most relevant answers among the billions of interconnected pages on the web. But relevance isn’t just about pages—it’s also about relationships. That’s…

Google adds the ability to set or change your location when doing a search

Google always focused on offering people the most relevant results. Location is one important factor Google used for many years to customize the information that you find. For example, if you’re searching for great restaurants, you probably want to find ones near you, so we use location information to show you places nearby. Today Google…

Bing And Facebook Personalize Search

Earlier this week, Microsoft and Facebook held a press event to announce a new module coming to Bing. In essence, Bing is now a true social search engine, using your own Facebook social graph to inform and expand your decision-making process. Looking for a new restaurant or a good movie? The new Bing experience will…

SEO Impact from Google Instant

ADOTAS – SEO tool maker Searchmetrics says Google Instant was a logical next step after the search giant began displaying keyword suggestions in a drop down menu as the user is typing. Introduced last week, the service simply begins streaming popular results, attempting the next leap in reading minds. It’s not search as you type,…

AOL Extends Google Search Deal: 5 More Years

AOL announced they have extended their search deal with Google for an additional five-years. This includes Google powering AOL’s organic and paid search results. The deal also added in that Google will power search on mobile search, in mobile apps and content. Also, all of AOL’s video content will also be on YouTube as part…

Yahoo! Organic Search Transition to Microsoft Now Complete

Interesting news about the Yahoo/Microsoft Organic merger…. First let me say, wow, what a week! As I hope everyone saw our post from last week, Yahoo! began transitioning certain back-end functions for Yahoo! Search over to Microsoft’s search platform. Well, I am proud to announce that the transition of organic search between Yahoo! and Microsoft…

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