Search Engines

Short Take on Google’s Ad Bias

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Google’s penchant for giving advertisers even more help in increasing their paid link’s click-through-rates may be irritating some (actually a lot) of people, but the truth is that Google’s days of being a “sales engine” as Aaron Wall …

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Google’s Infinite Scroll: SEO Good News?

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Search Engine Land has reported that Google has indeed been testing a form of “infinite scroll” for its web search results. While the infinite scroll in the video they show is not really infinite in that you have to click …

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UK Yahoo! Advertisers: No Worries About Recent Search Alliance Transitions

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When Yahoo! and Microsoft announced their Search Alliance last year, it was obvious from the get go that what they really wanted to improve was their advertising revenues, instead of the users’ search experience. Not that they were hiding the …

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Google Social Search

Google launched its Google Social Search this week. The new product is still in its experimental phase so you will need to log in to your Google account to sign up for the experiment as well as see the social …

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Ranking in Google News

If you are aiming to rank in Google News but doing exactly the same thing you do in your ordinary websites then you are likely wasting your effort in link building. The reason for this is that for Google News …

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Observations on Google Caffeine

Last month Google unveiled their secret project: Google Caffeine. According to Google, Caffeine is “the next-generation architecture for Google’s web search. It’s the first step in a process that will let us push the envelope on size, indexing speed, …

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