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Google Removes +1 Button from Search Results Page, Adds Share Button

on July 23, 2012 | Google | Comments (0)
Google Removes +1 Button from Search Results Page, Adds Share Button

In an interesting change I noticed over the weekend – it seems Google has removed the +1 button from Google Search Results and replaced it with a simple ‘Share’ text. (You have to be signed in with your Google account to see this) Eg: This is interesting for Google to specifically remove the +1 button […]

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What Google +1 Means For SEO

on August 1, 2011 | Google +1 SEO | Comments (3)
What Google +1 Means For SEO

Google, the internet giant based in California, has had a strangle hold on much of the online market for the past decade.  Most would struggle to find a single person in the Western World who is not yet familiar with the Google Search Engine.  In fact the search engine is so popular that the phrase […]

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Bing upgrades Webmaster Tools

Bing upgrades Webmaster Tools

Bing has upgraded their Webmaster Tools site with a number of enhancements for site owners to take advantage of. If you are not aware – Bing has their on Webmaster Tool site in which website owners can submit an XML sitemap and check our particular search engines stats for their site index in Bing, and […]

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Yahoo and Bing Australian Search Results merging this month

on January 12, 2011 | Bing Yahoo | Comments (0)
Yahoo and Bing Australian Search Results merging this month

Last year in the USA – Bing replaced the results in a Yahoo! search queries with their own Bing results. Now later this month Bing will merge their results with Yahoo on both Bing Australia and Yahoo Australia. Therefore if you run a search on either Yahoo or Bing it should give you the same […]

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10 Reasons Why Facebook wont Enter the Search Market

on July 14, 2010 | Facebook | Comments (0)
10 Reasons Why Facebook wont Enter the Search Market

Facebook is very close to hitting 500 million users worldwide – 500 million users who spent a lot of time on the site. Many people are questing if Facebook could become a viable search engine with the mass following they currently have. Getting people to come to Facebook and making it their default place for […]

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