Who’s Most Famous? A recent research study was carried out by Young-Ho Eom of the University of Toulouse with the objective of determining the most influential person on Wikipedia. The inference was rather surprising, and at odds with the prevailing paradigm, in that it concluded that the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus was more influential than […]
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In recent years there has been a necessary shift in the way businesses advertise themselves to consumers, thanks to the increasingly common information overload experienced by the average person.
I am delighted to be able to confirm that you can now look at the topics of URLs and link going back for over five years! We have managed to calculate topicality scores against 800 topics and 2,754,580,870,168 (2.7 trillion) URLs. That’s 2 Quadrillion calculation according to another specialist search engine – although to be […]
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Editor's note: Happy 4th of July! We're off observing our Independence Day, so we decided to celebrate with a non-SEO Whiteboard Friday.
From the undeniable class of a full windsor to the (all too common) mistake of letting our underwear become accidental outerwear, today's modern marketers are prone to some very easily solveable fashion faux-pas. On this Independence Day, we take a quick break from discussing the online world and bring you a whiteboard video on the lighter side. Enjoy!
Following Europe's 'right to be forgotten' ruling in May, Google has begun taking down search results. Some publishers have already been affected, including the BBC and The Guardian.
Yahoo is shutting down a range of its not-so-popular products, in order to focus on its more popular ones. Included in the cull is people search, Xobni, toolbar on Chrome, and Shine.
In preparation for the Fourth of July, people are going online to search for information or products around the Fourth's main event: the fireworks. Bing dives into the data by state and county to reveal where people are expressing the most interest in the
There are always new ways to improve your business' search results using Google Knowledge Graph, if you take time to understand search query intent and implement structured markup across your website.