|Forum: SEM Research Topics|
|Displaying Topics 11 - 50 (20 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: forward|
|11:|| Search Engine Freshness Study|
Study on search engine listing age.
|Oct 22, 2002|
|12:|| Search Engine History - The Early Years.|
What Were The First Search Engines?
|Jan 4, 2003|
|13:|| Google IPO: Worst Case Scenario|
Based on the history of other search engines, webmasters and users are deeply concerned that a Google IPO will signal a major decrease in service quality from Google.
|Jan 21, 2003|
|14:|| Kleinberg Says "Word Burst" From WebLogs Define Hot Topics|
"...a new approach to sorting information that relies on scanning documents for abrupt "bursts" in the usage of particular words may help."
|Feb 19, 2003|
|15:|| Duplicates and the Challenges Search Engines Face|
"There have been loads of threads on how search engines, specifically Google, try to detect duplicates or near duplicates."
|May 24, 2003|
|16:|| EPG: Electronic Program Guides|
" ...Google, as well as MSN, as well as Yahoo are working on indexing media files. [Everyone knows] there are far more channels out there than will ever fit on one remote control. Someone, somewhere has got to organize all that information and provide a neat interface for consumers from which they can consume what they like when they like. "
|Dec 22, 2004|
|17:|| Faults With Googles Page Rank|
"...written by an Israeli mathematician named Hillel Tal-Ezer. It points out a fault in Google's PageRank algorithm that causes 'sink' pages that are not strongly connected to the main web graph to have an unrealistic importance."
|Dec 27, 2005|
|18:|| Google: Semantic Web Must Overcome Incompetence|
"Sir Tim Berners-Lee has a vision of a Web where machines as well as people can read content, but Google sees plenty of hurdles."
|July 19, 2006|
|19:|| Internet Advertisers Want Sales Not Branding|
As print advertising gets further eroded by online marketing, reports are showing that what advertisers want is not necessarily a direct replacement.
|Nov 30, 2006|
|20:|| Hitwise Puts Google U.S. Search Share at 70 pct|
"At 70 percent, Google is joining a club of tech giants that really know how to dominate a market, including Cisco Systems in routers, Intel in chips, and Microsoft in a whole bunch of stuff."
|Aug 12, 2008|