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Trolling scammers with Google Analytics

3 May 2016

In this post, Julien Coquet is going to show you how to identify online scammers - and have a little fun at their expense with the help of Google...

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Google to take first steps to integrate + into search soon: realtime is gone

4 July 2011

It has been the buzz of the internet world in the past week, and will most probably continue to be so in the upcoming weeks or even months: Google...

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Google adding other social sources to realtime, social efforts evolve

28 April 2011

When Google first launched realtime search everybody got excited. Finally they picked up on Twitter and showed us real time results. For a short period there was a real...

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All flights cancelled because of volcano: how can you help?

16 April 2010

Europe has been ‘hit’ with a natural disaster this week. In Iceland a volcano burst leaving not only about 700 people homeless, it also left people stranded all over...

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The Real Time Hype: take it or leave it?

11 March 2010

Search is changing rapidly. Search Engines are looking at user intent and what users want. And speed is one thing which users want badly. Get information as fast as...

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The real time danger: Google opens up for spam and scam

1 February 2010

This post was originally posted by Bas van den Beld on Searchcowboys. Real time search is there. And it looks great. And it works great. It’s really great and...

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Search is everywhere and the future is search

1 February 2010

You can easily say 'search is everywhere'. And search is much more than just Googling.

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