An update to Google’s Search app for iOS will help users find content without having to go back to the search bar. While viewing a web page within the app you will see suggestions for related content when you reach the bottom of the page. Now you can continue to view content without having to go b...
Wait, you say that Amazon is an eCommerce retailer, not a search engine. So what gives with the headline to this story? A recent study commissioned by marketing technology company Kenshoo found some interesting results. And Google may need to pay attention as this survey was conducted in f...
How do you generate leads for your business? Do you buy them? Let them come to you? Kidnap them? (Free tip: no!) Or do you approach lead generation with a thoughtful and proven strategy? If you have been struggling to generate leads for your business, don’t worry. I have been there. I kn...
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Facebook is the largest and most popular social networking site on the Web today. Millions of people check into Facebook daily, which makes it a fantastically powerful tool for finding people you might have lost contact with: friends, family, high school chums, military buddies, etc. ...
Don't get caught off guard by limitations you weren't aware of! Columnist Patrick Stox shares 20 Google limitations that may impact SEO efforts. Google has a lot of different tools, and while they handle massive amounts of data, even Google has its limits. Here are some of the limits you may eventua...
Site owners looking to capitalize on “how to” searches now have an all new source of data at their fingertips. In addition to highlighting the most popular “how to” searches in a recent blog post, Google has also launched a new site that visualizes this data. Searches that beg...
DuckDuckGo has almost doubled its popularity in the past year, giving it the title of 400th most popular website worldwide Let’s face it, Google probably knows everything about you. Whether it’s through the search engine, internet browser, phone or emails, the service is learning new things...
New web crawler from TSignal doesn't care who you are Developers are working on a privacy-focused search engine that goes beyond the likes of DuckDuckGo. DeepSearch from TSignal is an AI-based search engine that does not collect any user information, according to the team behind the project. Th...
Chocolate Factory unwraps developer style guide, squibs the thorny ISO date debate If you want to write developer documentation like a Google hotshot, you'd better kill “kill”, junk “jank” and unlearn “learnings”. Those are just a few rules from the company's newly open-sourced (oops, tw...
  • Thursday, 14 September 2017 11:49
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Search tips to help you search your PC faster and smarter with and without Cortana. Do you feel you spend too much time searching for things on your PC and not enough time actually doing things? If so, this handful of tips can help you do more and search less. Know your filters When you use the sear...
The price of houses is dictated by much more than the number of bedrooms. What are seen as the best neighbourhoods in Sheffield changes over the decades as trends, jobs and schools alter within them.  At at time when online firms are battling hard to convince customers that they offer the same ...
1.What is a decentralized search engine? A decentralized search engine makes use of distributed ledger technology. Using Blockchain gives you more privacy when it comes to searching online for the products and services that you love. Instead of major search platforms deciding what is, what is not re...
  • Monday, 11 September 2017 11:32
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Summary: Google offers a plain and simple interface, but hides many powerful tricks and tools under the hood. These tips and tricks will allow you to make better searches, do better research and search for useful content easily and conveniently than ever before. In the today’s Internet world, ...
Were you invited to try out the new Google Search Console beta? Google just sent out new invites yesterday. Yesterday, Google has sent out a new batch of invites to webmasters to try out some of the new features within the new beta Google Search Console. If you were invited, you should see in y...
Google has revealed the top 10 most-searched questions across the world Nowadays Googling something – whether to resolve a bet with a friend or on the sly under the table at a pub quiz – has become a daily occurrence. From getting the latest football scores to checking what’s on at the cinema,...
  • Thursday, 07 September 2017 13:02
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Google’s sponsored search auction introduced in 2002 required that instead of paying its own bid, a winning bidder pays the amount bid by the bidder just below it. Photo: Bloomberg The internet is driven by an auction for online ads whose revenue, amounting to over $50 billion per year, fund a sig...
There’s no shortage of web browsers tempting those who want a new browsing experience. Google’s Chrome browser leads the pack, followed by Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and many, many more. Chances are you’ve heard of these, and maybe tried them...
Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers in the world, and yet, because we use it so often, we often forget what it can do. Chrome will let you browse pages, obviously, but it's also loaded with hidden hacks that can essentially streamline your internet-browsing experience and digital life....
  • Wednesday, 06 September 2017 12:19
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For various PC problems, we recommend to use this tool. This tool will repair common computer errors, protect you from file loss, malware, hardware failure and optimize your PC for maximum performance. Quickly fix PC issues and prevent others from happening with this software: Download ReimageP...
We take a look at the performance and features of the big four internet browsers to see which one will serve you best in 2017. The web browser is by far the most important piece of software on your PC—at least for most users. Unless you’re at a workstation crunching numbers or editing the next&n...
  • Wednesday, 06 September 2017 11:04
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It's easy to forget how difficult DIY repairs were just a couple of decades ago, considering how easy the internet makes it to fix very specific product problems. (My biggest personal victory was fixing a 50-inch LG plasma display that borked a week after the warranty expired, fo...
GOOGLE CHROME users will soon be getting a new update to download that could change the way they browser the internet forever. Google Chrome fans will be able to download a new ad blocker update that lets them mute entire websites. Within a few clicks, Google Chrome users will be able to mute advert...
Using data from human "quality raters," Google hopes to teach its algorithms how to better spot offensive and often factually incorrect information Google is undertaking a new effort to better identify content that is potentially upsetting or offensive to searchers. It hopes this will prevent s...
A search bar and multiple product listings are part of the update. Last May, Google introduced the ability to find out if a local retailer had specific products in stock right from the knowledge panel listing for the retailer. Now, it’s dedicating a whole lot more real estate to the feat...
APPLE AND GOOGLE are cracking down on obnoxious online ads. And they just might change the way the web works in the process. Last week Google confirmed that Chrome—the most widely used web browser in the world—will block all ads on sites that include particularly egregious ad...
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