How do users interact with the list of ranked results of WWW search engines? Do they read the abstracts sequentially from top to bottom, or do they skip links? How many of the results do users evaluate before clicking on a link or reformulating the search? The answer to all these questions was found by a team of Cornell University’s Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Science Groups on an Eye-Tracking research paper.
From my and my company’s background experience, a 101 list of web marketing tips, ideas and best practices. I tried to cite as many websites and other respectable reading sources as possible:
Yes I’m on the frontpage of Alexa. How cool is that ?
So watching my blog refferers, yesterday + today I got more than 500 referrers from this Alexa Movers & Shakers (English language section) section. There’s also the global section, the Korean section etc.
How not cool is that ? I really don’t think that these guys spammed Digg. And if Text-link-ads’s users spammed Digg with their USEFUL tools, why should they be blamed ?
It seems that some foreign Yahoo! DC’s (not the main www) return some weird data for domains. Some sort of “secret”, “bo-hoo-hoo” information.
From the owner of Oy-Oy, a search engine interaction and tools website:
Although these University of California, Berkeley – Educational Technology Services search & search technology videos last for more than 281 minutes, I would recommend them to any search professionals, from beggining to the end.
I just want to emphase the fact that people SHOULD take Overture’s Keyword Selector Tool, search estimates, as purely hypothetical, and just that.
So I wanted to see what are the most viewed (according to Alexa) search industry website and/or blogs.
And anyway, I wanted to compare those with my blog too. Here’s what I came up with:
Continue reading The most trendy search industry websites
Google Analytics has just increased the maximum number of websites for each account, to 50:
As part of our effort to expand system capacity, your account now has the ability to utilize additional profiles. The total number of profiles enabled is: 50
Yes, that’s right .. And it’s treating my URLs like that without an input from me.. I just found out today, about this feature.
All results are the same for the www and non-www search.
I came up with the crazy ideea of asking people a dozen questions about search marketing (and related fields) in DigitalPoint. Why did I do this ? Because I often make posts, after I receive a questions/e-mail from my visitors, asking me this and that..
Today is the most stable day I have seen in months, as far as indexing patters and results on all of Google’s DCs.