Search results on Google often give preference to Twitter and tweets. Mashable has come out with strong criticism of these Twitter results, explaining that it leads to the proliferation of “fake news” and “false information”. Jason Abbruzzese, the writer, shows …
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Companies rank differently on Google, Bing and Yahoo searches. This is because the algorithms are different for each. The question arises; is there something you can do with your website that will help your SEO with all search engines? According …
Let’s say there is an e-book you’d like to read. If you do a Google search for the e-book you can find out where to purchase the download, or you can also fine out if it is available at your …
America, we have a problem spelling. In honor of the Scripts National Spelling Bee, Google has supplied a list of the most misspelled search words by state. This story comes to us from Mother Natural Network. Some words are …
Pew Research Center has studied local search trends related to the Flint, Michigan water crisis starting in 2014. The results “reveal that residents of Flint were searching for information about their water before the government recognized the contamination and before …
According to Wired, Google is seeking to remove fake-facts from its search results and has released a feedback form that allows consumers to curate results. Wired praises Google for this effort at transparency and in addressing the issue of …
In the past year, about 60% of smartphone users have started using voice to do search rather than typing in the information in their smartphone, according to an article in Search Engine Land. Voice search is quite different from …