What is Bing?
Launched in early June, Bing is the latest search engine from Microsoft and represents the company’s latest attempt to gain market share on competitors Google and Yahoo. From a high level, Bing is essentially a combination of MSN Search and Live Search, re-formulated and rebranded as a stand-alone search engine (previous versions of [...]
Category Archives: Google
by Jason McGovern
Many of you have no doubt heard about Chrome, the new browser from Google. Chrome is billed as the first browser designed for how people use the web today. Since it launched early in September, Chrome has triggered a firestorm of questions from both bloggers and the traditional media. Is this the first [...]
Google sent ripples throughout the search and web communities in July by announcing it had been indexing Flash content and had launched a specific algorithm specifically for ranking Flash content. In this issue, Catalyst Organic Search Director Jason McGovern discusses how this change may affect your SEO campaign.Q: Why is it important that Google is [...]
Microsoft completed its acquisition of Aquantive yesterday, which among other things includes Atlas and its media management and tracking tools. It’ll be interesting to watch the reactions of Atlas customers.
Google Analytics receives a cold shoulder from a few large advertisers, on concerns that their tracking partner also happens to be their largest ad network. Some [...]
This is Part 3 in an 5-part series of posts on a SEMNE session that gave the audience access to a Google staffer who gave useful tidbits of â€œinsiderâ€ knowledge. Dan Crow, Program Manager of Crawl Systems was the guest speaker to an audience of about 100 who ranged from SEO novices to industry experts. [...]
Weekly search links.
Answer these 10 questions before you charge for SEO. (SEOmoz)
Single Point of Failure. (SEO-Blackhat)
What else can you do to get indexed? (SE Watch)
Two airlines moving ahead with in-flight internet. (Techdirt)
Ask.com August 2007 update? (SE Roundtable)
Harry Potter Font looks like Yahoo Font. Hermione dies. (Matt Cutts)
Local Search driving offline transactions. (SE Land)
Google started integrating 3D wireframes by default into Maps for a few major cities. There’s no better place than New York City to take a test drive - check out some screenshots of these landmark buildings…
When was the last time you needed more information on a nearby restaurant, yoga studio, mechanic, or other service near your neighborhood? How did you find that information? Did you search for it?
If so, youâ€™re not alone; the Internet is fast becoming the first place consumers look for local business and service information. According to [...]
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Comrade Jane explains the downside of democratic link baiting. (SEO moz)
Titleist fails to make social media campaign fly. Power to the people. (SMO)
Yahoo Assist helps aid [...]