Tag Archives: Bing

Hannush #1 in Greenville Web Design Says Yahoo and Bing

by Drew Hannush

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Aug
24

For a couple of years now, we have been perplexed as to handle three search engines when it comes to search results.  Google likes things that Bing and Yahoo! don’t like so its hard to win in all three (so … Continue reading

Bing’s One Year Anniversary…really?

by Drew Hannush

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Jun
28

Where does the time go?  It was a year ago that we saw the transformation of often ignored Windows Live search to Bing…the over-advertised, largely advertisement boisterous search engine.  So far, unimpressive.  Bing sits at just under 10 percent of … Continue reading

Getting Your News Posted On Google, Bing, Yahoo!

by Drew Hannush

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Dec
2

A client today had an interesting question.  With the rise of blogs, social media, and rss / atom feeds, it is much easier to present your website updates as news.  And the search engines are obliging by now indexing this … Continue reading

Title Tags for Search Engine Success

by Drew Hannush

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Aug
17

So you’re looking to search optimize your site and you’ve spent some money on getting a keyword analysis.  What now? Its time to start looking at some of the elements of your website that are critical to search engine success.

Goodbye Yahoo! Bing becomes #2 Search Engine

by Drew Hannush

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Jul
30

Well, if you haven’t heard already, once again Yahoo! has given up on search again. Quite a few years ago, Yahoo! gave away their search power to Google, using them as a major part of their search results.  Then management … Continue reading

Bada boom Bada “Bing”

by Drew Hannush

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Jun
1

Okay, if at first you don’t succeed…rebrand!  At least that seems to be Microsoft’s plan on how to conquer the search engine market.  Consistently number 3 behind Google and Yahoo!, Microsoft has decided to dump its short lived “Live” branding … Continue reading