• Laurie Sullivan, Jun 30, 2010, 1:12 PM
  • What Grad Students ThinkClickZ

    Erik Qualman sits down with a bunch of graduate students from around the world who all share one thing in common--they wrote or will write a thesis on social media. Giving a glimpse into what today's youth finds interesting, Qualman lists a few of his questions with condensed versions of the answers.Read the whole story...

  • Making Tweet Music With TwitterCreative Applications

    In one of the more creative and unusual applications for Twitter in search results, Hit-A-Tweet by Andreas Schlegel is a project that uses the data-flow overload in Twitter to allow people to create tweet narratives. The project was created using Processing and twitter4j, a Java library for the Twitter API.Read the whole story...

  • How Google WorksPPC Blog

    Through a tweet on Twitter, Amelia Dawson points us to a great graph explaining how Google works. It all starts with a blog post, tweet or adding other content to the Web, and organic results displaying in search engine queries. Between that process you'll find synonyms matching, filtering and more, all in milliseconds.Read the whole story...

  • Three SEM Trends To FollowTopRank

    Finding opportunities to connect with consumers when you have a mile-long list of to-dos isn't always easy, but identifying the trends in advance can lessen the burden. Lee Odden points to three important search marketing trends. Among them: online & offline marketing integration. "Small businesses must pay attention to customer search online influencing offline purchases as well as the influence of the in-store experience on searching and purchasing online," he writes.Read the whole story...