Tag Archives: Search Engine

Search Engine Crawling

Search Engines are the organizing kings of the Internet. In the chaos of information, the search engine (whichever you choose) helps you find web sites according to the terms you suggest. Of course, your end is quite simple. The job of the search engine is, in comparison, rather complex. In fact, here are some Google

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Google Adds New Type of Instant Previews to Search Results

Google has added a new type of instant previews to Google search results. These previews are designed specifically for video results. The video instant previews show you several frames from a video and may even play the video preview when you mouse over the thumbnail image. How does it work? Search Google or Google Video

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Google Announces Algorithm Change

Late last week, Google announced it had made a major change to its algorithm so as to improve the rankings of high-quality web sites in its search results. This change was made in an effort to also reduce the visibility of low-quality sites. Although Google did not say so directly, the change might appear to

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Is Bing Better Search Engine Than Google?

According to Hitwise, Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, now has close to 30 percent of the search engine market and is gaining on Google. In January alone, Bing’s share increased by 6 percent. To what can this increase be attributed? Is Bing the better search engine? According to Hitwise Google’s “success rate” ? the percentage of

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Bing’s Yusuf Mehdi Sounds Off About Google’s Accusations

In recent days, Google accused Bing of copying its search results, which has set off yet another Microsoft versus Google debate. Bing executive Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft’s Online Services Division, blogged about the accusation, remarking that, “We do not copy results from any of our competitors. Period. Full stop.” In the same

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Google War on Spam

Google has, and continues, to take a proactive approach toward spam. According to a post on Google’s official blog on Friday by Matt Cutts, Google’s search quality is presently “better than it has ever been in terms of relevance, freshness and comprehensiveness.” Cutts also reminded users of the following principles which apply to Google search

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Blekko, a new search engine

Blekko is a new search engine founded by Rich Skrenta. The service rank and organize websites by using splashtags which can be created by anybody who uses Blekko. You can click here to learn more about a functionality of Blekko. Even that the website is still very young and their search results are not always

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Google Instant

Google added a new function to its search engine – Google Instant. The new search enhancement shows results as you type. According to Google, the new feature, because it shows results before we finish typing, can save 2-5 seconds per search.

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Yahoo Powered by Bing

Yahoo and Microsoft start the public phase of their huge search deal from last year. Starting this week, Yahoo searches will be “Powered by Bing.” Under that deal between those two companies, Microsoft provides the back-end crawling, listing, and ranking technologies that generate search results, while Yahoo is responsible for presenting those results on search

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Search Engine Market Share July 2010

Last month Yahoo lost, Google and Bing gained visitors. To learn more visit Search Engine Market Share page.

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