Bing has finally introduced a time filter that enables search results by time period. This has been a regular Google search feature for quite some time, but late or not, you can finally get down to distilling the fresh from the stale on Bin search, especially if you are searching for news. Show More Summary
This March Madness-themed infographic uncovers key information on search privacy concerns, social influence, efficacy of images in search results, social sharing behavior, social preferences by social network and demographic, and more. What you learn may surprise you.
The world is going mobile…we all know that because we talk about it all the time. Make sure your website is designed for mobile access so you don’t lose customers, make sure you’ve engaged mobile security practices so you don’t get hacked, use the correct apps so you remain productive while mobile and out of... Show More Summary
Microsoft on Wednesday updated Bing with a new option for users to sort results by time period. After you perform a search, you can choose to reorder the results by... Keep reading ?
Erase this information and write a summary of your post here or copy and paste the highlights of your review. This is what will be shown in some search results! This should be 2-3 sentences long, and should sum up the review.
Prepare to welcome back the content farms to your search results. All of them.
Something has gone wrong here. The University of California-Davis is a "taco school" led by King Arthur, according to Google search results for "UC Davis"...
Google has a new feature that shows results for different versions of your query. Usually Google removes one or two keywords from your query or replaces them with similar keywords if there aren't many relevant search results for your original query. Show More Summary
The hits just keep getting killed off. Until recently Google allowed you to stop certain domains from showing up in Google search results, but now the company has discontinued its site blocking tool and suggests replacing it with a far less capable Chrome extension.
Rob Walker has created a video of his image abstraction Tumblr.
If you want to restrict Google+ search results to posts that include photos, you can now do that. After performing a search, click the "Everything" dropdown and select "Photos". "You can find any photo post (...) from items shared only with you, to public photos shared by some of the great photographers on Google+. Show More Summary
Google had a powerful feature that allowed you to block all search results from a domain. The feature was quickly removed from the interface, but Google still included it in the search preferences page. Last year, the feature disappeared...Show More Summary
Google Alerts isn't working. Updates from Google's service, which pledges to notify users every time new search results appear for any keyword they might like to track, have trickled to a halt in recent months, leaving many to speculate whether Alerts is about to follow Google Reader into retirement. Show More Summary
Bing has a lot of great features under its hood that do not get advertised openly by Microsoft or the Bing Team. Did you know that it offers RSS feeds for all searches that you conduct? This works similar to Google Alerts in that it provides you with the means to get notified when a [...]Show More Summary
Google+ users can now filter their search results on the platform to show only photo posts, according to software engineer David Cohen. The feature is available through a drop-down list of filters attached to the search bar on Google+. Show More Summary
In June of 2012 Microsoft added the "Snapshot" feature to its Bing search engine, which enables answers at a glance in the center column of the search results page. Richard Qian, of the Bing team describes the feature as being "designed to develop deep understanding of the world around us not only as a collection of [...]Show More Summary
That's Joystiq, as seen through a new Google Chrome "Experiment." The game World Wide Maze turns the website (or Google search result) of your choice into a three-dimensional maze, full of jumps, elevators, and desirable blue spheres to pick up.It's sort of a 3D Marble Madness - or, if you prefer, a Super Monkey Ball with somewhat less. Show More Summary
In case you hadn’t heard, Google most definitely considers how fast your site runs when it decides how well to rank you in the search results. But, ironically enough, it is often the search engines themselves which slow our sites to a crawl. Well, you can put some controls in on this. It is a bit [...]
Borrowing heavily from the look of Google+ authorship, Bing is experimenting with small pictures on its search results pages – but the pictures aren't only of authors. The pictures are of people mentioned on the web pages that appear in Bing's SERP.
It's not a great day for Digg. That's because Google accidentally blocked the entire site -- all of it -- from its search results today. The block was a mistake, says Google, and was the result of simple error. Thankfully, Digg is already back in the search results. So what happened exactly?