Tag : search

Great tool – Alltop

I stumbled across this site and thought it had a great point of difference. Instead of just answering a question like “How many Twitter accounts are there?” they drill deeper and answer the question, “What are the profile of Twitter users?” They do this by collecting the headlines of the

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Oh Google, you’ve done it again!

When it comes to online money making opportunities, Google tends to be the first with its hand in the cookie jar. Leading the way as a search engine icon, Google has just announced its newest endeavourer—tapping in to the music industry and launching an online music search service.

As in-store

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i spy with my little search engine

or big search engines…

Monitoring the online conversation just got easier as both Bing and Google have penned deals with Twitter allowing the search giants to mine Tweets for their search results.

What does this mean for you?  Real time twitter results for Google and Bing search queries are on the horizon.

Vanity

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Bored? Goby Search….

Scoops Here.
Bored today? Inspired to learn about something new? Your prayers have been answered with Goby. Not just known for having the cutest dag gone fish out there, it is highlighted in Mashable’s Spark of Genius series, which highlights unique startups.
So here is the skinny on Goby…it is a search engine

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Facebook’s Search Toolbar Gets More Muscle

As Facebook balloons to over 250 million users, many voice their appreciation for Facebook’s small social network feel.  Unlike its so-last-year counterpart, MySpace, Facebook has successfully maintained a very personal feel, finding hundreds of ways to link the most relevant people, in the most relevant ways.
Even so, because Facebook has so

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Rant.

It’s aggravating to me the overload of books being written about how-to social media. Just like when search marketing became the next big thing, there were a ton of books and articles popping up, telling everyone how important search.  Of course, I’m not talking about all books and articles on

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