Microsoft Applies Another Update to Live Product Search- MSN on the Fastrack!

May 1, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Continuing from the last update that Microsoft had applied to Live Search Products last week, yet another critical update has been patched into its Live Search Products Service.

According to the Live Search Blog, the users would be able to perform research and find suitable deals on the products displayed within Live Search. Microsoft's new update also gives the flexibility of refining products depending upon various factors such as user opinions,.brand, prices and categories. The users will also be able to sort results by best user, expert ratings and prices.

Google Goes into Explanatory Mode for The AdWords Score Leak

May 1, 2008 113 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Yesterday, we had posted a blog about the sudden appearance of Google AdWords Score Variables such as Pscore, Thresh and mCPC in Google SERPs (Search Engine Result Page) in many German Top Level Domains (TLD). This display of Google's confidential information had sparked a panic attack among the advertisers.

Google Goes into Explanatory Mode for The AdWords Score Leak

Google Goes into Explanatory Mode for The AdWords Score Leak

Google Updating its Toolbar PageRank- Hold on to Your Seats! Might get a bit Bumpy!

May 1, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

PageRank is a value determination tool used by Google to represent the importance of a page on the web. Google calculates the rank of web page on the basis of votes cast for it. It is a common knowledge that websites link to each other. When a page is linked to another one, then it is automatically casting a vote for the other page. The more votes there are for a webpage, the more ranking will it attain.

Ad Scores making Whimsical Appearences 'Live' In Google AdWords, Especially In German TLD!

Apr 30, 2008 113 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Google SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) are turning up Google AdWord advertisements with what looks like parameters that are used to evaluate quality scores. According to Search Engine Land, the parameter figures of 'Pscore', 'mCPC' and 'Thresh' are clearly visible in both the sidebar and the shaded results. These changes developments are being seen especially (German Top Level Domains)

Ad Scores making Whimsical Appearences

Ad Scores making Whimsical Appearences

Google Maps Now Become Even Easier To Follow With 'Street View'

Apr 30, 2008 117 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Google Maps have been helping users find the quickest and the safest way to their destinations. Now with the addition of another new feature, users will not only be able to get the directions, but would also be able to view imagery of their destination and its routes as well. Google has announced 'Street View' as the latest addition to the already widely popular Google Maps. This feature will show a camera icon next to every step of a user's journey. The camera icon will initiate the 'Street View' image of the location, together with directional arrows, that would be suggesting the appropriate routes that need to be taken for the destination. The entire journey can be viewed through 'Street View' and at the end of the journey, a green marker will indicate that the user has arrived at his destination.

Google Working On Ranking Algorithm For Images!

Apr 30, 2008 116 reads by Navneet Kaushal

In a recent announcement at the World Wide Web Conference in Being, Google has come out with a splendid revelation. According to NYT, Google Research Team is currently testing a form of PageRank, which is designed specifically for images. It would be similar to what PageRank does for the web pages. This method will use a unique algorithm, that will take advantage of image-recognition softwares and fuse it with techniques for evaluating and ranking images. It is known as VisualRank

Google Working On Ranking Algorithm For Images

Feedburner To Serve Google AdSense Units On RSS Feeds

Apr 30, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Since the day, Google acquired Feedburner, there had been talks about assimilation of AdSense into Feedburner, so as to provide AdSense units on RSS Feeds. We had informed our readers last year about this program's initiation. However, according to the official Feedburner Blog Feedburner will now be serving Google AdSense units on RSS Feeds, as being one part of the complete integration of Feedburner into Google application and services. The details of the integration procedure as of now have not been disclosed, but it is for certain, such a merger would definitely impact both Feedburner and AdSense advertisers.

Microsoft LIVE Adds 'Mobile Product Search'. Talk About 'Mobility'!

Apr 30, 2008 117 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Microsoft has announced the launch of an update to its browser based mobile search. Simply called 'Mobile Product Search', it enables a user to search for products using the Live Search on their mobile devices. MSN Live Search displays results for product queries available in its affiliated Online Stores.

Google's AdWords URLs Doing Somersaults! Another 'Test' In Progress?

Apr 28, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

These days, it seems that Google has become more of a 'Chemistry' oriented company. Especially, due their frequent 'Trial & Error' methodology while performing tests its SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages). There is a change that has been reported in Google AdWord advertisements. According to Get Elastic, the display URLs in AdWord advertisements are showing above the advertisement, instead of being shown below, where they usually are. In some cases, the As Copy is being displayed alongside the URLs, meaning they are being displayed on the same line.

You Can Hide Your Content From Google! But Is It Worth It?

Apr 28, 2008 116 reads by Navneet Kaushal

In a thread at Google Groups, a new topic has surfaced and it is on, how Webmasters can hide their content from Google. It also has a take on how Google interprets these steps and what it has to say about them. According to Search Engine Roundtable there are four methods through which a Webmaster can easily hide his website's content from the search crawlers. There is also the response of Google that goes hand in hand with these steps.

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