I don’t use infographics often at my site but this was a nice one from dpfoc. Any comments?
Helpful articles, news, questions and answers about Search Trends.
Google and Bing revealed their integration to real-time search and social media by announcing their agreements with Twitter during the Web 2.0 Summit on October 21.
Last week, I read Michael Arrington’s interesting interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt on TechCrunch regarding the future of search. The questions were simple and cool.
Google sites had 58 percent increase compared to last year and ranked as the leaders within search engines in global search market with 76.7 billion searches conducted and 67.5 percent market share.
Last week, on 25th of June I went to Facebook and saw one of my friends flash post about Michael Jackson’s cardiac arrest. What a shock! As a fan of M.J. since I was a teenager, I felt so sad and hoped he was happy in his last minutes.
If you use Twitter as a tool in catching up with what’s going on in the world, probably you all experienced “have no clue” moments and it becomes a pain if you are planning to create content related with trending topics to drive high traffic to your website, you need to spend some time on finding out what they are all about.
I love Tweeter and tweeting in Tweeter. Some good things about Twitter are: you don’t need to be a celebrity or anything special to contact with people that you always wanted to, you just say your words to everyone all over the world and people pick you up if they think that you are like-minded or they have an interest in your topics, products etc.
If you have a website or blog, I know that you want to drive big traffic and bring leads, generate some ad revenue or just increase your Page Rank and websites’ value.
One way to drive traffic to your website is following trends and generating posts related with search phrases. There are several ways
Google has created experimental flu trends for Mexico after the Swine Flu outbreak. The data in Mexico flu trends represents aggregated search data but has not been validated against confirmed cases of flu unlike Google Flu Trends for U.S.
Search Engine Strategies 2009 New York is taking place between 23-27 March 2009. Each year Chief Marketing Officers, Search Engine Marketers (SEMs), Search Engine Optimizers (SEO), Pay Per Click Managers (PPC), Webmasters, Internet and Digital Marketing Specialists, Media Planners, Buyers and Corporate Decision Makers attend SES New York to learn new trends, topics and strategies …