Tag Archives: search

Well, the year is almost finished. That means it’s time for everyone and their mother to start releasing their “best of the year” lists. One of my favourites of these lists is the Zeitgeist that Google releases, which documents what the world searched for the most over the past year. This list got released yesterday…

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 Do you know how to search using boolean searches? Do you even know why you would want to? Well, the reason you’d want to is because it will help you get much better results when you search. If you don’t know how to do a boolean search though, don’t worry, you’re not alone. In order…

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Facebook and Google, the two digital behemoths, just can’t seem to get along. Don’t be fooled, this is not a David vs. Goliath situation, but more along the lines of two giants battling it out for digital supremacy. Back in January, I posted a post article about Google potentially opening the door to search engine rivals. Lo…

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As Google scrambles to establish a strong social foothold, it has unveiled a new version of its ubiquitous search engine called Search Plus Your World. While it may make sense for Google’s social strategy, it’s a controversial move because it arguably biases search results by putting Google+ front and centre. In particular, Danny Sullivan, one of…

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The much-anticipated makeover of Twitter’s home page was unveiled yesterday, offering a streamlined and user-friendly design that puts search front and centre. In a move that Twitter co-founder Biz Stone described as “repositioning the product to focus more on discovery is an important first step in presenting Twitter to a wider audience of folks around…

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