Google’s in-depth articles appear to be removed from the search results. These articles, which frequently appeared as part of Google’s search results for known entities (brands, companies, etc.) as a group of three results, were a thorn in the side of reputation managers. They tended to be unfavorable to their subject and not necessarily recent. […]
I’m not from the South and have never been to a Waffle House. So, without ever having given it too much thought, I could only imagine that eating there is probably fairly similar to any other fast food experience. Today, though, I had occasion to search for Waffle House on Google. Based on their search […]
A good way to gauge the popularity of a topic is to look at traffic to that topic’s Wikipedia page. Traffic to the page is a quantifiable measure that is easily understood and easily compared across topics. This is particularly interesting for a company or famous person. When a CEO says or does something notable […]
How might Google use data from Twitter, and what impact would that have on the search results? Miriam Hirschman discusses this on Search Engine Land.
In preparation for the 2014 Global PR Summit in Miami, we decided to take a look at how the PR industry itself looks online. Starting with search results data from Sept. 28 for the Holmes Report’s Top 250 PR agencies worldwide, we used our proprietary technology to delve into the results’ identification and analysis. We looked […]