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Searchers on Google can no longer use the age-old implied Boolean + operator to search multiple phrases together. Just months
As the Internet grows bigger, searching is getting smaller — or at least more local. We’ve been harnessing the power
Google Inc. has finalized its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission on claims of allegedly using deceptive practices and violating
The good folks at SEOmoz have just released some interesting results from an eye-tracking study examining how people visually interact
With Google’s latest earnings report announcing $10 Billion (Yes, Billion with a “B”) in revenue and net income of almost
The latest September 2011 data from ComScore indicates that Google share of the search marketplace has risen to 65.3%, up
Google is changing the way that AdWords Quality Score is determined, and is increasing the weight given to Landing Page
A warning from Bing explaining why paying for a link building service is very risky. We get several emails every
You’ve no doubt heard the old proverb “The cobbler’s children go unshod.” That certainly applies to us and our website!
The Wall Street Journal noted today that both Yahoo! and Bing recently posted to the effect that Yahoo! search results