Archive for the ‘Bing SEO’ Category
<< by Janet Driscoll Miller on February 29th, 2012
The first session of my day was a session after my own heart: Schema.org, Rel=Author & Meta Tagging Best Practices. Here’s where I get my geek on! This panel was moderated by Vanessa Fox and included Nanveet Virk of Roundarch, Dennis Goedegebuure, VP Internet Marketing at Geeknet Inc., and AJ Kohn, Owner of Blind Five Year Old.
<< by Janet Driscoll Miller on February 28th, 2012
After getting a late start this morning, I’m up and running with the live blogging at SMX West! This morning’s session features Rangan Majumder, Principal Group Program Manager, of Bing and Jack Menzel, Product Management Director, Search at Google, who focused on how search history and geography affect personalized search results in their respective search engines.
<< by Amanda Sides on February 23rd, 2012
To further improve search results, the search engines are consistently releasing new updates and features to help searchers get the most out of their searches. Staying on trend, Bing has just announced the beta release of Linked Pages.
In a nutshell, Linked Pages was created in order to improve the relevancy of people search results served up by the Bing algorithm. Bing describes this new feature as a way for you to “make a good impression in search results.”
For some people with unique names, for instance, Sarah Lokitis, it may be pretty easy to see which results mean my friend Sarah Lokitis. If someone were to do a search on a more popular name such as, Amanda Chaney, there are a quite a few other people out there with the same name, including a surgeon, actress, and a felon. If Sarah were to do a search on my name, this new feature would be helpful to her since she only has one friend on Facebook with the name Amanda Chaney.
<< by Lindsay Keller on November 29th, 2011
Search engine optimization for images is commonly overlooked by many businesses and organizations
trying to optimize their websites. For SEO in general, it is always important to keep in mind that you should not only be optimizing for the search engines, but you should also be optimizing for the user’s experience. Read more to discover 10 ways that you can optimize images for users and search engines.