often see on Digg, where it seems like people are only reacting to a story as summarized, rather than properly reading it. Digg visitors were fourth for spending the least amount of time on the site. In contrast, visitors from Eric Ward led by spending over 4 1/2 minutes here, on average. Visitors from my … [Read more...] about Search Engine Land Stats: 2007, In Review
Igoogle search engine
It’s the opposite — we didn’t want it lost in the middle, when it’s one of … [Read more...] about Search Engine Land’s Blogroll, Sliced, Diced, & Categorized
you more easily subscribe to them (or just use that box at the top left of … [Read more...] about Search Engine Land: Now With More Lands!
me think I wish Google had stayed out of it. Here’s how to use the site, what’s … [Read more...] about Search Engine Land’s Most Popular Stories Of 2007
New Orleans Residents: Dear Google, It’s Time To Update Our Street View Images A pair of New Orleanians are trying to get Google to update the Street View imagery of their city — some of which is five years old and still shows the ruins from 2005′s Hurricane Katrina. “We basically just want to let Google know that there’s a real need for updated images this many years […] … [Read more...] about The Day In Search, July 3, 2012