Knowledge is Power: Wikipedia Fact Sheet

The 5th most visited website in the world has changed the way we seek out information, and the way we think about knowledge as a collaborative effort. If you are a CEO with a Wikipedia page, that page will  likely be the second result on a Google search for your name. Here’s a 2019 look […]

CEO Salary: Highly Visible in Search

Some of our clients wondered: How prominently does a CEO’s salary appear in searches for his or her name? Turns out, fairly prominently. Here’s what we found:  

The Politics of Search

Are political leaders in the US on both sides of the aisle receiving fair treatment from Google? This concern is a central element driving Congressional inquiry into the search engine giant along with other search industry leaders. We looked at Google page 1 search results for 51 key politicians (25 each Democrats and Republicans, 1 […]

Google is boosting video with new video carousels

Over the past few days, we have begun to see a new and powerful feature in Google search results. Instead of showing video results as before, they are now presented in a video carousel. This means that  searchers see three videos in a box, with the ability to scroll and see additional videos. (Note that […]

It Pays to Be Wordy…And It’s Free!

Twitter jumped into the 2017 holiday season with something new for its 330 million users: the gift of more gab. As of early November, it officially doubled the character limit for a tweet, jumping from 140 to 280 characters. Reactions so far are split on whether this is a good thing, with some already mourning […]

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