Posts Tagged ‘google’
Friday, February 27th, 2009
I’ve been thinking more about the future of the web, and I’m convinced what’s coming is not just another phase or version, but finally the real deal. Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 are going to be looked back on as alpha and beta versions of the real Web which is finally upon us. Techies refer to it as the semantic web, which is going to be a big part of it, but ultimately it’s going to come down to making money for businesses. Every enterprise out there is finally understanding the importance of engaging the online medium and utilizing the communities and tools built over the past decade that have captured the attention and time of the consumer. There’s a really cool site I’ve found that’s seeming to capitalize on this opportunity… fittingly enough it’s called Local.com
Monday, February 2nd, 2009
add &hl=all at the end of your google query url.
For those of you out there who are Search Engine marketers, you may have been having some frustrations lately with the google search engine wiki. Typically, I keep several browsers running at once so I can be logged in to multiple google accounts (personal, business, client, adwords, analytics, etc..etc..).. so having to log out to see natural results has been quite frustrating.
What I have found really frustrating is that every once in a while, a stray mouse click has a detrimental effect on the virgin google results that I am looking at by clicking on one of the google search wiki buttons, and “BAM” a result disappears to the bottom of the page. This gets especially frustrating when I’m looking through the SERPS and I am not sure if the results I am looking at reflect those of the general population… or our clients. While I’m excited to see google search wiki, and I expect that at some point it will effect google search rankings, the inability to disable it seems appalling for usability. (more…)
Wednesday, September 10th, 2008
Tags: advice, article, competitiveness, discovery, google, links, major search engines, meta, onsite, optimization seo, performance analysis, perspective, phrases, problem areas, proper search engine, return on investment, search engine optimization, search visibility, seo, Services, target audience, Technology, traffic, yahoo, yahoo msn
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Tuesday, May 6th, 2008
So I decided to do a quick search on google to find out how the results are panning out for todays primaries in North Carolina and Indiana.
My search returned the following result.
I was behind a proxy for Canada.. but.. does this mean Canadians aren’t allow to look at the news?