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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Slow Internet vs No Internet

Slow Internet or no Internet. What is worse or rather what is better. Do you agree with the cartoon?

Slow Internet or No Internet

Slow or No Internet

Social Media Predictions

Social Media predictions for New Year, 2013 based on 2012 Social Media use. What do you think, accurate?

Social Media Predictions

Social Media in 2013

The inforgraphic source

30 Day Challenge

30 Day Challenge is inspired by Matt Cutts talk for TED. Beginning of the new month is close why not take up a challenge, do something you always wanted or drop a bad habit. Check Matt’s video for inspiration. We are definitely in on this 30 day challenge and invite you to challenge yourself too.
Time for change is now and it starts with you! Just like Matt says, 30 days will pass anyway, why not do something memorable!

Try it and share your stories.


Challenge Yourself

30 Day Challenge

Google+ Hangouts Use

This is yet the best and the coolest use of Google+. Virtual Scanvanger Hunt in the Palace of Versalles. New feature, head detection, use your head movements to direct the actual screen moves. So COOL!

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Google Plus Hangout

Google Moving Search Options Above Results

Google Moving Search Options

Google has tried changing the look of the search pages in the past few days and it is now confirmed that is no longer a test and this is how the Google search page will be looking now.

Google Search has now updated Options/Tools above Google Search results, it will no longer be on the left hand side.

At the moment this is true for all US Google Searches and will be implemented across all languages as soon as Google can.

Google Moving Search Options

Google Search Tools

Search Engine Result Page (SERP)

SERPs of major search engines like Google, Yahoo!, and Bing., may include different types of listings: contextual, algorithmic or organic search listings, as well as sponsored listings, images, maps, definitions, videos or suggested search refinements.

The major search engines visually differentiate specific content types such as images, news, and blogs. Many content types have specialized SERP templates and visual enhancements on the main search result page.

There are basically three main components of SERP: the actual search query, organic SERP listings, and paid SERP listings.

Actual Search Query

Also known as ‘User Search String’, this is the word or set of words that are typed by the user in the search bar of the search engine. The search box is located on all major search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Users will look for the topic based on the keywords they enter into the search box in the search engine

Organic listings
Main article: Web Search Query

Organic SERP listings are the natural listings generated by search engines based on a series of metrics that determines their relevance to the searched term. Webpages that score well on a search engine’s algorithmic test show in this list. These algorithms are generally based upon factors such as the content of a webpage, the trustworthiness of the website, and external factors such as backlinks, social media, news, advertising, etc.

Each page of search engine results usually contains 10 organic listings (However some results pages may have fewer organic listings). The listings, which are on the first page are the most important ones, because those get 91% of the click through rates (CTR) from a particular search.

Source Wikipedia

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