Tag Archives: search engine
Twitter has made the social media revolution even more significant than by its forerunners; MySpace and Facebook. Celebrities, corporations, the computer savvy, and even the not-so-computer-savvy have taken interest in this word-of-mouth micro-blogging site; indeed, very powerful source for information. Both Google and Bing have taken notice of Twitters influence in the search market. They now display Twitter search results and information for other social media sites; but which search engine is doing it better?
The release of Google Chrome for the Mac signifies that the browser is in demand and making some strides. While most have been skeptical, I have been happily using Chrome on my PC for some time now. The browser is easy to use, efficient, and well-designed. In prior posts, I have mentioned that the only [...]
This blog post is an outcry of some sorts to Google. It’s about my mixed feelings regarding Google Chrome. I think Google Chrome is a great browser once you really start using it. At first glance, it seemed a bit bizarre compared to other browsers as far as appearance but the more I used it, [...]
Google has definitely taken notice of Twitter’s user-friendly and real-time search. With the idea of a merger that can change the entire game for search engines, Google just may need to reevaluate how much it could gain from a deal with Twitter. If Google merges with Twitter it would be the second major search agreement Google has made with a social networking site after striking a deal with MySpace in 2006.
Have you seen the commercials for Bing’s new Farecast Technology feature? I liked the new look of the new MSN search when Bing was released by Microsoft. However, even though the search results are more organized , half of my search queries are images. Bing has not been able to match up to the abundance [...]
Twitter is the realization of the term “a little birdie told me”. If you’re not an @somebody, then you’ve probably at least heard about Twitter and tweeting. Some tweet insignificant details of their life. Others are trying to see what they can benefit from twitter as far as marketing their businesses and causes. Can they [...]