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What You Should Wear For Labor Day, According To Stock Photos

It's a special treat to type an event or holiday into a stock photo search engine and see what it comes up with, so I thought today we'd let Shutterstock decide what we should wear for Labor Day weekend. Here are your 7 options! More...Show More Summary

How to see what Google thinks you like

Google Ad Settings and how to tailor them to you Google brings us wonderful services and the Android ecosystem, but let us remember that its primary function is as a search engine. And secondarily it's to sell ads — and targeted ads, at that. Show More Summary

6 Traffic-Boosting Tips For The Penny-Pinching Startup

Search engine optimization seems complicated, but it's all about content and quality. I'll fill you in on a little secret... you don't need to spend a lot of money to drive quality, organic traffic to your website. Read Full Story

Is Google Authorship Really Gone?

First Google dropped author photos from appearing in snippets on Google search engine results, back in June.  Now Google says it is dropping “authorship” from Google search results altogether. But is Google authorship really gone? Better...Show More Summary

The Big Picture: a heat map of the 'entire' internet

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, though, let's say it's worth millions and millions of internet connections. Thanks to John Matherly, founder of Shodan, a search engine which focuses on helping companies locate...

Darknet Visible

by Sue Halpern It turns out the the NSA’s ICREACH search engine, the one that may be sharing the intimate details of your life among a thousand analysts, isn’t the only secret, Google-inspired search engine out there. Say you’re interested in buying some of those credit card numbers that Russian hackers are so good at […]

Sharing is Caring: 10 Social Media Plugins for WordPress

Advertise here with BSA Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and more bring tons of traffic to the sites right after search engines. Moreover, these two sources of traffic are connected: the more people like and share your content, the more chances you have to get to the Google’s top by specific keywords. While people would always find...

3 Proven Strategies to Succeed in SEO

yesterdayInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is used to maximize user traffic to the website. It can be best described as several methods and practices used to improve the way that a website is seen and interpreted by a search engine. On paper, this sounds easy enough, however the concept can actually be quite complicated if not [...]Show More Summary

Funding Daily: Waste bin sensors are a thing?

Today, a bunch of athletes gave money to a ticket search engine, and some other folks invested in "waste bin sensors," whatever that is...

ShopStyle’s Debut Clothing Collection With Marchesa Voyage Arrives September 9

2 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

There probably isn't a woman out there who doesn't use ShopStyle to shop other retailers, so it makes perfect sense that the fashion search engine is finally launching their own capsule collection. The lucky brand they've teamed up with?...Show More Summary

LinkPatrol Update: Top-Requested Feature Added, First Reviews are In by @itsduhnise

Last month, Search Engine Journal introduced LinkPatrol, a WordPress plugin we’ve developed that empowers site owners to find, review, and clean up outgoing links. Since then, we’ve been collecting feedback. (Thank you responders!) We...Show More Summary

SeatGeek Raises $35 Million for Sports, Entertainment ‘Ticket Search Engine

SeatGeek Inc. has raised $35 million in new venture funding from some big names in sports and entertainment to help people find and buy tickets to sporting events, concerts and shows.

Carmelo Anthony, Eli Manning invest in SeatGeek

Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks and football's Manning brothers are among the new investors in SeatGeek, a search engine for sports and entertainment tickets. Joining Mr. Anthony's Melo7 Tech... To view the full story, click the title link.

SeatGeek Raises $35 Million From Big Name Investors: Nas, Peyton Manning & More

Ticket search engine SeatGeek today announced it has raised a $35 million Series B round led by Accel Partners. Causeway Media Partners, a sports-focused investment fund led by Boston Celtics CEO Wyc Grousbeck. Also participating in the round were rapper NAS, Super Bowl MVPs Peyton and Eli Manning, and Melo7 Tech Partners. Show More Summary

Sitemaps Best Practices Including Large Web Sites

One of the key Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategies for web sites is to have high quality sitemaps helping search engines to discover and access all relevant content posted on that web site. Sitemaps offer this really simple way...Show More Summary

SeatGeek Raises $35M for Sports, Entertainment ‘Ticket Search Engine

Investor and Boston Celtics CEO Wyc Grousbeck said his investment firm will try to help the company make further inroads with pro teams.

SeatGeek nabs $35M from athletes and musicians whose tickets it helps sell

SeatGeek has served all kinds of fans in need of tickets for a long time, and now the people those fans pay money to see are turning their attention to the company. Today, the event ticket search engine is attracting investor attention from musicians, athletes, and (of course) venture capitalists, who all chipped into SeatGeek’s new […]

Ticket Search Engine SeatGeek Raises $35M Round From Accel And Some Big-Name Athletes

SeatGeek, a company that describes itself as “the web’s largest ticket search engine”, is announcing that it has raised $35 million in Series B funding. The round brought was led by Accel Capital, with Accel’s John Locke’s joining the board of directors. Accel is a big name in the tech world, but the round also included people who were famous-famous, including… Read More

The Real Reason Google Didn’t Buy Twitch

2 days agoTechnology : Walyou

After Amazon snaps up video site Twitch despite rumours of a Google purchase, we look at why the search engine

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