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I’ve just come from an interesting post on FuelMyBlog’s blog entitled: SEO wins gold, silver and bronze. It’s an interesting post that compares SEO to the Olympics and The Guinness Book of Records. Here’s a snippet from the post: A lot of SEO technology is… Read more »
The interesting news today was the launch of Cuil (pronounced cool), a search engine that boasts having a larger number of pages that Google in it’s index. While this may sound like a good thing, in theory Google does a great job of filtering out… Read more »
I posted a couple of weeks ago how you can earn cash from searching the web and it seems like Microsoft wants to head down in this direction too. They’re rolling out a new feature called Live Search Cashback which allows you to earn cashback… Read more »
My friend Peter pointed me in the direction of a meta search engine called Clusty which has an interesting strength. It clusters results around a common theme to help you zoom down to help you narrow down exactly what you’re searching for. This clustering process… Read more »
Seems like there’s great news today down at Ask.com. They are unveiling so many new features that they really look like a brand new search engine. The main feature is going to be the move towards personalisation for users. There’s a host of changes and… Read more »
Sometimes you come across a pointer on someone’s site that’s just so good you have to spread it. And recently, quite a few posts I’ve been reading on Marketing Pilgrim have fallen in to this category. Today I came across a post that points visitors… Read more »