Webpresence takes a look at semantic search following the release of Google Voice Search for Chrome and offers advice on how to use it for your content.
If anyone doubted the willingness and capability of Google to flex its muscles, the news this week that Raven Tools is being forced to drop its rank checking service should act as a stark warning. But what is really going on here? What is it that Google has been doing, why, and what does it… Read more »
With Google dominating search no one rival can steal their crown, but these 13 search engines could succeed with ‘Death by a Thousand Cuts’, each eroding a different part of Google’s search dominance. Could these sites steal Google’s crown, and split it between them? What do you think? Can these Google rivals succeed… Read more »
A couple of days ago Google released a list summarising 52 changes which they implemented during April which are now affecting search results. This has nothing whatsoever to do with penguins, pandas, or indeed any other monochromatic animal. These are just simply run-of-the-mill algorithmic changes which have been implemented without any formal announcement. I have… Read more »
With Google announcing on Friday the launch of the latest Panda update, dubbed Panda 3.4, it is clear to everyone that sitting still is the best way to move very quickly. Down. Google’s latest algorithmic changes will affect 1.6% of queries, which may not sound an awful lot until you realise that with Google…
Here’s a new way to think about Google. Imagine it not as an almost endless bank of high powered servers blasting endlessly through tens of thousands of horribly complex algorithms, but instead, sitting back in a pair of chinos and a polo shirt, a warm mug of coffee and a plate of chocolate digestives by… Read more »
Personalised search results have been around for a while now, long enough for most people to have forgotten the fact that what they see displayed when they carry out a search on Google is very possibly different to that which other people will be seeing. Indeed the results any one person sees may be entirely… Read more »