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Microsoft and Yahoo reach deal

  • On July 29, 2009
Bing (microsoft’s search engine) will power the search side of Yahoo and Yahoo will handle the advertising. The combination of the two business will give a better competition against Google. Ashley Highfield commented that the Bing search engine is a fresh and different approach to Google and via Yahoo will reach a wider audience sooner.
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Search Engine Optimisation for the future

  • On July 29, 2009
When we want to find something out, these days the chances are that you go online to a search box on a webpage such as Google and wait for the results. The results that come up are based on a mixture of different factors, one of the most important being ‘keywords’. Mike Elgan, a columnist
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“Instant on” web search by Splashtop

  • On July 26, 2009
Splashtop allows users to access email, chat with friends share photos and surf the net seconds after turining on their computer. “Search is the tip of the iceberg in being able to offer a lot of different web services, but when you think about where people spend their time online, it’s in search,” Mr Bottoms, senior
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Modern Medicine recommend SEO

  • On July 23, 2009
We saw a recent article on modern medicine where Keith Borglum, who is a certified healthcare business consultant (CHBC) explains web has become the new Yellow Pages for people looking for healthcare providers, and doctors need to consider search engine optimisation (SEO) to get their sites ranking high in a search engine results page. Its great to
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Michael Jackson slows down Google

  • On June 29, 2009
When the news started to break out about the death of Michael Jackson, Google feared that it was under attack as the number of people around the world searching for the latest news on the singer put immense strain on their systems. Users received an error message when searching for the latest news. The same too
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Twitter Study Shows less use then expected

  • On June 14, 2009
Only 10% of Twitter users generate more than 90% of the content, a Harvard study of 300,000 users found. The Harvard study found that from 10 million users half of all users updated their page less than once every 74 days. On a typical online social network, they said, the top 10% of users accounted
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Facebook Vanity URL’s and SEO

  • On June 12, 2009
Starting at 05:00 am GMT this Sunday, Facebook will be allowing users to lay claim to “vanity” URLs. This means you can have a personalised URL for your Facebook Page (facebook.com/yourname). So instead of finding studio8 Search at the following search engine unfriendly URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Studio8-Search/90135163173?created#/pages/Studio8-Search/90135163173?v=photos&viewas=687466742 You will now find us here: http://www.facebook.com/Studio8  Search This will
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Forbes reports on the next frontier of search

  • On May 29, 2009
With more and more apps being created for phones such as the iphone and blackberry a question has arisen about how these apps might overtake mobile search. A company that sells pizza for example, could create an app that an iphone user downloads and everytime they want to order a pizza they go straight to
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Microsoft Search will be Bing.com

  • On May 28, 2009
Microsoft is to relaunch its search engine calling it Bing.com. Microsoft says it promises to make search more simpler aiming to overtake Yahoo! in search engine popularity. Google currently has more than 64% of the search market in the US, followed by Yahoo at 20% and Microsoft at 8.2%. Bing wil group searches, for example
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Online Advertising Sells Offline Products

  • On May 22, 2009
Google is evolving and more focus is being paid to ‘local search’ Where once we may had used the ‘Yellow Pages’, ‘BT Directory’ or other business listings company, signs show that more and more people are turning to Google or Yahoo to find local business. It is here where focus should be made to increase
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