Archive for the ‘Search Engines’ Category

Mar 08

Bing’s “Narrow By Date” Search Tool

by | March 8th, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines, Tools & Software | Comments (21)

Today’s post is day 8 of the 31 day Bing Challenge, where I’ve completely cut myself off from Google, to focus on Bing, for the entire month of March, 2011. Since I’m examining Bing’s search tools, features and options this week, I decided to spend today taking a look at the “Narrow By Date” search […]

Mar 07

Bing’s More Info Box Search Listing Enhancements

by | March 7th, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines | Comments Off on Bing’s More Info Box Search Listing Enhancements

Today I completed the 7th day of the Bing Challenge. No Google searching for the entire month of March in order to focus on Bing. This week I’m looking into Bing’s search tools, features and options and today I’m examining their “More Info Box” feature that provides additional linking information. So far, 7 days down […]

Mar 06

The Bing Challenge Daily Journal Week 2: Search Tools, Features & Options

by | March 6th, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines, Tools & Software | Comments Off on The Bing Challenge Daily Journal Week 2: Search Tools, Features & Options

In case you missed it, I gave myself a challenge and completely cut myself off from Google to focus on Bing on March 1st, 2011. So as of now, I have been Bing Only and Google Free for over 5 straight days. A small, but significant achievement for a search engine marketer. My goal here […]

Mar 05

3 Valuable Bing Webmaster Tools Features & Reports

by | March 5th, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines, Tools & Software | Comments Off on 3 Valuable Bing Webmaster Tools Features & Reports

Today is the 5th day of the Bing Challenge where I’ve committed to using Bing only. No searching on Google searching for an entire month. This week I’m getting to know Bing a little better and today I’m taking a closer look at their Webmaster Tools features and reports. 5 days down, 26 more to […]

Mar 01

The Bing Challenge Daily Journal: Week 1 Search Results

by | March 1st, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines | Comments Off on The Bing Challenge Daily Journal: Week 1 Search Results

Day 1: Notable Spidering & Indexing Frequency Issues – Tuesday, March 1st Today being the first day of The Bing Challenge was a busy one with client meetings in Downtown Minneapolis, an hour long webinar on landing page conversion testing, and first of the month client SEM reporting and analysis. Being busy was good because […]

Mar 01

The Bing Challenge: 31 Days of Google Free Search. Can It Be Done?

by | March 1st, 2011 | Posted in Search Engines | Comments (6)

It’s been almost 2 years since Bing launched in June of 2009. Yea, I know. TWO YEARS. Like many other search engine marketers I waited… and waited… and waited… and continued to wait and wonder if Microsoft’s new engine was going to stick around, or if it was destined to fade away with the likes […]

Jul 23

Google Testing New “Related to” Sponsored PPC Ads Segmentation in SERPs?

by | July 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Pay Per Click, Search Engines | Comments (1)

Hummm. It is Friday afternoon so I guess this falls in line with the timing of most of Google’s tests and new feature roll outs, like when they tested their left side search tool on Friday, April 2nd that was Officially Launched on Thursday, May 6th or when they Tested Olympic Logos in Search Pages […]

May 21

Google Celebrates PAC-MAN’s 30th Anniversary with an Interactive Video Game Logo

by | May 21st, 2010 | Posted in Search Engines | Comments (1)

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 marks the 30 year anniversary of when the Pac-Man video game was released. To celebrate this phenominal interactive computing milestone, Google has changed their homepage logo to an interactive one that you can play the Pacman game live, online and right from Google.com. Pretty Cool!  Watch a video of me wasting […]

May 06

Google Officially Launches New Logo and Search Page Layout

by | May 6th, 2010 | Posted in Search Engines | Comments (10)

 It’s official! Google has officially launched their new search engine result pages (SERPs) format and also an updated and cleaner looking logo. We first noticed Google testing their new SERPs format back in April. Since then we have been left to wonder if and when the new search page layout would go live ad if […]

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