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Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz says it like it is during CEO Forum
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Carol Bartz faces the task of showing that the tech giant can fend off powerful rivals such as Facebook. She spoke at the USA TODAY CEO Forum. Read more

Posted by NB on Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 14:00:32 UTC (2078 reads)
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Google personal suggest bug exposed user web history
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Google has restored its "personalized" search suggestions after purging the tool of a critical vulnerability that allowed attackers to steal a user's web history.

Personalized search suggestions were disabled on March 1, and they didn't return until April 20. Ordinarily, Google adds these personalized keyword suggestions to its generic suggestion list if you've turned on Google Web History, a service that stores your searches and page visits. The personalized suggestions are based on data from Web History

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Posted by NB on Friday, April 30, 2010 @ 08:53:29 UTC (1648 reads)
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Is Microsoft Bing losing steam?
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It was more of a flattening out than a significant decline, Google actually fell even more, and one month does not make a trend. That said it's worth noting that Microsoft's Bing search engine experienced a decrease in market share in the U.S. for the first time in four months in March, according to new data from Experian Hitwise.

Bing fell to 9.62 percent of the U.S. market in March, from 9.7 percent the month before, the research firm said in a news release today. The report followed three straight months of increases for the Microsoft search engine, as measured by Experian Hitwise.

Given the momentum Bing has been showing, it should be particularly interesting to see if the upcoming data from comScore Networks shows a similar trend.

Google fell from 70.95 percent in February to 69.97 percent in March, while Yahoo rose slightly, from 14.57 percent in February to 15.04 percent in March. And Ask.com appeared to be mounting a bit of a comeback, rising rising from 2.84 percent to 3.44 percent -- its fourth straight monthly increase.

As noted by eWeek's Microsoft Watch blog, the Experian Hitwise data showed Bing continuing to post gains in "vertical" search areas, such as online travel and shopping, although it's growing from a small base.

Posted by NB on Thursday, April 08, 2010 @ 17:34:47 UTC (2451 reads)
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Ping multiple blog directories and search engines with BlogBuzzer
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Pinging a blog is one way to get your blog picked up by search engines and aggregators whenever you post a new entry. Although services like Ping-O-Matic has been around for years and can also be integrated with popular blog engines like Wordpress, the range of servers they ping is too narrow. This where services like BlogBuzzer comes in handy.

BlogBuzzer is a web tool that allows blog owners to automatically submit their blogs to the top search sites and blog directories, or in plain words, ping blogs to multiple search engines and directories at once. Like any pinging service, there is not much to look around – just two text boxes to enter the URL and name of your blog and a Ping button to click on.

The main difference between BlogBuzzer and Ping-O-Matic is that BlogBuzzer pings a large number of directories, about 3 times the number Ping-O-Matic pings to.

There is also a premium membership facility which you can buy for $9 a year. A premium account holder can submit up to 5 blogs for automatic monitoring and pinging. Along with the standard blog directory sites that are pinged by BlogBuzzer premium membership also allows your blogs to be submitted to other major directories including Delicious, StumbleUpon , Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Bing, and Ask.com.

Posted by NB on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 @ 00:59:23 UTC (1705 reads)
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Facebook Soaring in Search, Popularity, Researchers Say
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Facebook saw search queries grow 10 percent in February 2010 and surpassed Google in the U.S. to become the most visited Website for the week ending March 13. Facebook.com reached the No. 1 ranking on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day as well as the weekend of March 6th and 7th, said HitWise. Meanwhile, comScore said search queries on Facebook grew from 395 million in January 2010 to 436 million in February 2010, a growth of 10 percent. Facebook is becoming a fine referrer to other Web services, which could end up helping Microsoft Bing.

Facebook saw search queries grow 10 percent in February 2010 and surpassed Google in the United States to become the most visited Website for the week ending March 13, according to studies from leading market researchers.

Facebook.com recently reached the No. 1 ranking on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day, as well as the weekend of March 6th and 7th, according to Hitwise analyst Heather Dougherty.

Visits to Facebook.com increased 185 percent last week as compared with the same week in 2009. See the chart, which shows Facebook at 7.07 percent of traffic to Google's 7.03 percent, here.

Meanwhile, comScore said search queries on Facebook grew from 395 million in January 2010 to 436 million in February 2010, a grow of 10 percent. This pales in comparison to Google's 13.4 billion queries for the same period, but search on the leading social network site is spiking.
Via Eweek.com

Posted by NB on Wednesday, March 17, 2010 @ 11:05:52 UTC (2087 reads)
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