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How Chatbots are Already Changing the SEO Game

August 25, 2017
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You’ve probably heard about chatbots, if you don’t use them already. In the past few years they’ve become popular features of messaging tools like Facebook Messenger, Slack, and Skype. Sometimes you even see them pop up on websites you visit. Bots are slowly but surely integrating themselves into our digital lives. What are chatbots? In […]

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Yahoo-Facebook Collab? Don’t Hold Your Breath

November 27, 2012
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These days, when you say ‘search engine’, you’re most likely referring to Google – and possibly to Bing, albeit marginally so. However, for several years now, many have been surmising that a powerful contender to Google’s supremacy is waiting in the sidelines, just stalking out the perfect opportunity to knock the search engine giant off […]

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Google Image Search – First Major Design Update Since 2001

July 26, 2010
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Since Google Image search was launched in 2001, only minor updates has found its way to that part of Google’s search engine. Now, Google decided to “Bing up” their Image Search and make it more like Bing’s image search. The change is not available in all countries yet but should be over the next few […]

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Steve Ballmer Compliments Apple On The iPhone !!!

March 9, 2010
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This is almost breaking news, because when Apple announced the iPhone, Steve Ballmer laughed at it. Now, a different choice of words are coming out of Steve Ballmer’s mouth, about the iPhone, when he said at a speech at the University of Washington: “Apple’s done a very nice job that allows people to monetize and […]

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66% Of Google Users Would Use Bing – Survey Paid For By Microsoft

December 7, 2009
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A survey, paid for by Microsoft, shows that if you’re a Google user and tries out Bing, there’s a 66% chance you will stick with Bing for your future Internet searching needs. How was the study conducted? Well, 15 Google users were told not to use any other search engine than Bing, for a whole […]

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Friday Flick Find: Microsoft App Lab & Apple On Windows 7’s Broken Promises

October 23, 2009
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I think it’s safe to say that we’re in a “Microsoft week” this week, with the release of Windows 7 and the Windows 7 Whopper, Bing getting Twitter and Facebook search indexing access and probably a whole lot more that I didn’t pay attention to since I’m more to the other side of the force […]

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Google Removes The Pirate Bay From Search Results (Never Mind, They’re Back!)

October 2, 2009
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Google does the China move and removes The Pirate Bay’s homepage and seven other pages related to the Bay’s BitTorrent tracker, because of a DMCA complaint, writes The Register. At this time Google has not responded to The Register’s query for more information about the removal. Peter Sunde, former spokesperson for The Pirate Bay, asks […]

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Bing Rings In At 10% Market Share – Google At 64%

September 16, 2009
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Microsoft has bet big on their new search engine, Bing, and it seems to be the right move, according to a study into the U.S. search market. Bing had 1.1 billion searches in August, an increase of 22.1% compared to July. This gives Microsoft a market share of 10.7% of all searches. There is still […]

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The Bing- Yahoo Partnership: Good News or Bad?

August 6, 2009

Microsoft and Yahoo finally signed an agreement to join forces. There was not a buyout or a merger, as some analysts thought there would be: that may come later. But, the current contract between the two corporate giants, if not blocked by the Justice Department, has big implications for search engine optimization companies and everyone with a website. Here are a few of them.

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