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
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Definition: The word or words that a search engine user types into the search box in order to find web page results. Also known as a query. … [Read more...] about Search Engine Marketing Glossary
When people think of search engines, the first name that comes to mind is often Google. It’s one of the most enduring brand names, and it has even worked its way into mainstream vernacular, and today many people substitute the phrase “searched online” for “Googled”. According to comScore, Inc., Google and its affiliated websites comprise 67.6% of the search engine market share in the United States, and, according to Netmarketshare 66.44% worldwide. … [Read more...] about A Comprehensive List of Search Engines
Archiving Blog Content So let’s go back to my original situation. During the wave of enthusiasm for launching a blog for increased freshness, spidering, and (hopefully) increased search engine visibility, an archiving plan is never discussed. … [Read more...] about What is Your SEO Archiving Plan? Search Engine Optimization and Archives.
On to the fun stuff: what might Facebook do, beyond making more people rich, with all the money? More headcount and more acquisitions are obvious moves. In addition the company is reportedly going to move to a new, larger home in Menlo Park that was a former Sun Microsystems campus — sometimes referred to as “Sun Quentin” after the California prison in nearby Marin County. … [Read more...] about With So Much Money Is A Facebook Search Engine Inevitable?