The Nielsen//NetRatings study revealed we are most likely to search for travel deals, social networks and information references like Wiki.
This Nielsen//NetRatings study shows web users may actually use two or three search engines. But Google is still top with 79% retention rate.
Google News tests allowing comments on news items. Another step forward in user generated content (UGC) but one that may be restricted by the vetting process.
Google deletes its own blog after mistaking it for spam.
More evidence to show how quickly Google updates its search results these days. Even Matt Cutts is surprised.
A new search engine is launched which will help perform searches on people. Spock aims to fill a need for the 30% of searches that are related to individuals.
Wikipedia founder acquires Grub, a distributed crawling service, and readies for launch of an open source, human assisted, search engine.
Google and Yahoo disappoint investors with latest set of results.
How long does it take to rank in the organic search engine results pages? Evidence showing that it can happen in minutes.
ask.com makes inroads in the competitive world of search engine usage – the combination of a new service and agressive marketing campaign increases market share.
New report shows that Google makes more money from its users than rivals MSN and Yahoo
UK growth in online advertising spend is outstripping US and many other nations. Half of total advertising spend to be online in Western Europe by 2010.