Microsoft Says “Bing It On” – A Blind Comparison Study Of Bing Vs. Google Searches

Friday, September 7th, 2012
 
Almost everybody has grown accustomed to associating online search with Google. It has been inculcated deep in our minds that “Googling” or “Google” has eventually become an accepted verb in the English language. But it is not to say that we will only be using the master of all online searches today. There are other challengers to the throne such as Bing who may be taking things to the next
 

Google Bots Learn to Search Webpages Like Humans

Thursday, May 17th, 2012
 
Google remains constant in upgrading how it searches websites, recently launching its Knowledge Graph that intends analyze the way users search, thus delivering more accurate information. To provide better search results, Google (and even other search engines) need to improve its site-reading capabilities. However, stuffs like JavaScript and AJAX put a damper on Google bots as they crawl through a webpage. Google,
 

Google Clamping Down On Duplicate Content

Monday, January 31st, 2011
 
Although online search giant Google has recently been making noises on their other businesses, it still does put online search as a priority. It still is the company’s main focus and getting better search results is a matter of improving the service to cater to the needs and wants of online users. One issue that Google has worked on is on the case of duplicate content. According to a new entry on Google̵
 

Opening Up Google Search

Friday, July 16th, 2010
 
Google has become the giant that it is now primarily because of online search. Google was one of the online search pioneers that happen to get the right process to provide search results for the rapidly growing World Wide Web. The search results that Google provided were just what the people wanted and looked for in order to make their online visits more convenient. And from there, Google’s popularity surged