“Pogosticking” behavior occurs when a Google visitor enters the search engine, clicks on a result, and subsequently goes back to the results page and selects another listing or performs a new search. Now Google is fighting back with the launch of a new feature — Google is launching “Get More” links that appear when a searcher comes back to the results page.
Microsoft hired Mark Penn – political strategist and CEO of PR firm Burson-Marsteller – in a new role which has him working directly with CEO Steve Ballmer as the VP of Strategic and Special Projects. The goal is simple: ramp up searches on Bing, Microsoft’s search engine.
With the devastation in Haiti from the recent earthquake, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are trying to do their part to help support the disaster relief.
Posted Wednesday, 11/18/2009 by Admin
Custom Search by Google allows for anyone to create their own custom search engine. This application if often used to add Google search bars on a website to search only that website. If the website for your practice contains a lot of information about cosmetic surgery, adding a Google Custom Search to your website will help visitors navigate your site.
Google rumors have run rampant in past months about a great new service headed out onto the net. Finally the day has arrived with the launch of the Google Flipper site launching as the Fast Flip. Google Labs announced the Flipper launch a few days ago. The Flipper site lets you move rapidly through news items from magazines and newspapers reading content that is feature rich and visually appealing. You can skim the content with lightning speed because the Fast Flip lets you browse them more rapidly than virtually any other technology around.
MS Shells Out $80 Million On New Bing Search Engine Advertising
MS Shells Out $100 Million On New Bing Search Engine Advertising
Software giant Microsoft will reportedly be spending up to $100 million dollars on a traditional large-scale branding and marketing campaign designed to promote its new search engine, known as "Bing." This will be the first major attempt to unseat Google as the king of search engine and online advertising. Money talks, they say, and this attempt to put Google in its place is costing four times as much as Google spent on all its advertising in 2008. Time will certainly tell whether or not Google, which is so pervasive in the global language field that it has a place in the Oxford English Dictionary, can withstand such a concentrated advertising assault from the most powerful computer empire in the world.
About two years about, Microsoft acquired Tellme, an internet each engine, for approximately $800. Tellme has been involved in voice search and automated directory assistance for the past decade. Since the Acquisition by Microsoft, the two companies have started working on the development and integration of next-generation speech services, in which the computer will understand voice patterns and complete a search using voice data without the user entering any information through the keypad. Microsoft uses Tellme to power its LiveSearch 411 and other voice related search features.
Twitter’s search engine feature has become very popular among users of the microblogging service.
The search engine is found on the sidebar of the Twitter home page just above the fold on a full screen browser. Users can now search tweets for keywords based on the queries entered into the search input text box.
Through an impressive search engine, an impressive software suite and a constant drive to innovate, Google has become the predominant company on the internet when it comes to search. As such, it has also become the biggest player when it comes to advertisements, since it is those very ads which generate page views, draw in visitors, and enable persons searching the web to be delivered by Google to specific products and services. Google’s AdWords, it’s least expensive and most widely used service, has thus become a must-have for all businesses wishing to have a web presence.
For almost ten years now, major on-line search engine, Google, has helped people find information on any subject, by simply entering in the desired keyword and hitting search. The quality of the search results is helpful, although the quantity of results can be quite overwhelming at times. With over 8 billion websites indexed, and well over 1 billion images indexed as well, there are a lot of results to sift through after each search.
Google is the #1 search engine on the internet, and as such the policies they have regarding their ads is a big deal for those who seek to put their business on the web. From bakeries to cosmetic surgeons, everyone who wants to put their business on the web has to work with Google on some level. Thus, when Google’s AdWords service changed their policy on URLs, the entire web listened.