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Search Done Differently – Three Alternatives To Google Search

Whilst Google sees its share of the search engine market continually increase, a number of smaller search engines are taking an unorthodox approach to search. Here, copywriter Jack Adams takes a look at how young upstarts Blippex, Blekko and DuckDuckGo go about delivering results. Where do you go to find information on the Internet? Lycos?…

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Search engine Yahoo! axes more of its products

Having cut its product list at the start of last month (March), search engine Yahoo! is continuing its spring clean – by bringing down the axe on more of its offerings. It has revealed that Yahoo! SMS Alerts, Yahoo! Kids, and Yahoo! Deals will be amongst the products to go this time around. In addition […]

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Graph Search, user apathy and digital marketing

Last week, Facebook announced its new Graph Search feature. But is it offering anything ‘new’? ClickThrough Marketing online copywriter, Martin Boonham, considers how users could benefit from the new search engine, and how it will impact digital marketing strategies. A little over a week ago today, Facebook officially announced its new search engine, Graph Search,…

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SEO industry gets in a spin over online content marketing

Content marketing has become the latest trend to catch fire within the Internet marketing industry. In light of Google’s Panda and Penguin updates, designed to target content and link spam, in favour of rewarding fresh, unique content, quality content represents one of the few SEO strategies to produce consistently good results. Despite content being central […]

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