The company appears to be taking a “Google Places” by aggregating additional information — Rotten Tomatoes reviews, clips, special features, etc. — related to the movies, effectively creating a one-stop shop. The additional pieces of content are dubbed YouTube Movie Extras. … [Read more...] about YouTube Declares Intention To Compete In On-Demand Movie Rentals
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These leaderboards will be updated quarterly and reports for each sector will be available to download. As more leaderboards are created, you will be able to look retrospectively at previous quarters and in the future we have the view to develop leaderboards for more sectors internationally as well in the UK. … [Read more...] about New release: Pi Datametrics Market Leaders
Infinite scroll of images. Do an image search, and just keep scrolling and scrolling through the results. More keep coming up without you having to hit Next. I’ve long loved this feature at Microsoft. Shopping search offers a variety of reviews and other refinements and was recently combined with cashback offers. Check out the opinion ranking feature that looks for reviews across the web and categorizes them into positive and negative. Local search has a rich amount of data and maps, as well as opinion ranking Travel search integrates the Farecast service that predicts future flight costs Health search has dedicated medical information available licensed from placed like the Mayo Clinic. … [Read more...] about Meet Bing, Microsoft’s New Search Engine
Bookins has RSS feeds, but I've never been able to get them to work, at least not the one's I want. I have a number of "saved searches" that I'll go back through on a daily basis to see if anything becomes available, but I have to make the regular effort to do that. They have an RSS feed for this but it's never worked for me. It would also be handy to have an RSS feed for new additions allowing members to see new books and movies that are added each day. This type of feed would likely create many more trades. … [Read more...] about Don’t Let Your “New” Go To Waste. RSS It!
An image that represents the movie (required)The name of the movie (required)An annotation for the average review score assigned to the movie (recommended/optional)The date the movie was released (recommended/optional)The director of the movie (recommended/optional)A nested review of the movie (recommended/optional)Google provides examples of the exact markup required in its new developer document. … [Read more...] about Google Introduces New Structured Data for Movie Carousels