Tag Archives: Search Engines

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How Search Engines Use Machine Learning: 9 Things We Know for Sure by @_kevinrowe

Here are nine ways search engines use machine learning and how it relates to SEO and digital marketing.

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Test: Google Showing Competing Shopping Search Engines In Shopping Carousel

As you know, the EU fined Google over anti-competitive search results in the shopping space…

How on-site search can drive holiday revenue & help e-commerce sites compete against major retailers

According to SLI Systems, people who use on-site search are more likely to make a purchase than visitors who only browse a website.

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What SEOs need to know about Baidu in 2017

Interested in breaking into the Chinese search market? Columnist Hermes Ma shares some recent Baidu updates, along with SEO advice for those trying to rank in the Chinese search engine.

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AdWords mobile extensions get major upgrades with tappable sitelinks & more visible content

New changes to sitelink extensions will bring more usability to mobile, while also providing more real estate to the non-interactive extensions.

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Google Does Not Share An Index With Bing Or Other Search Engines

Just in case you thought Google and Bing share the same index of the web – you’d be wrong. John Mueller stated the obvious on Twitter this morning. John said “we don’t share indexing with other search engines…

DuckDuckGo surpasses 10 billion searches, with 4 billion happening in 2016 alone

The privacy search engine says it had its biggest day already this year, with 14M searches on January 10.

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The trouble with truth

Do search engines and other content distribution platforms have a responsibility to present information that is true? Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller discusses the issues surrounding this question.

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Common Search: The open source project bringing back PageRank

Columnist JR Oakes explains Common Search, a great open source tool for understanding how search engines work, which has a hidden gem for those of us who miss checking our PageRank score.

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