All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Suggest’
If you’re a Firefox user that is also a fan of Microsoft’s Live Search, you will be happy to know that the Live Search add-on for Firefox has brought autosuggestions to the browser.
I’m sure you’re familiar with search suggestions. All the major search engines have them. You start typing and it gives you a list of possible queries.
Fair Isaac is dipping its toe in the click fraud tracking waters, with the release of its own study into fraudulent search engine clicks.
Belgian software company ServersCheck is suing Google in a Belgian court claiming that Google’s Suggest feature as utilized on the Google Toolbar in Internet Explorer and Firefox leads searchers to illegal or cracked versions of the company’s software.
Attention college students: are you tired of the never-ending hunt for potential careers and other classified-related searches? Do you need a tool that can make these tasks easier to accomplish? If so, Oodle may just be the site you are looking for.
Metasearch offerings from Yahoo and Lycos sift through a number of missing person sites that arose after Hurricane Katrina.
There have been a lot of changes on the search engine front in the past year; so many that it’s hard to keep track of who’s still a major player, and who isn’t. With so many services turning to “Pay for Submission” and “Pay per Click” models, there aren’t a lot left that still accept free submissions. And of those that do, it’s hard to tell exactly which ones are worth your time.