Wednesday, January 26, 2011
  • Laurie Sullivan, January 26, 2011, 12:41 PM
  • YouTube Provides Avenue To Ask President Obama QuestionsYouTube

    YouTube will broadcast the State of the Union address, and on Thursday will give viewers a chance to ask the president questions. Olivia Ma tells us how it works. She writes: "grab a video camera, cellphone, or webcam and record a question as the ideas strike you." A playlist of submitted questions is on the site for those who need a little inspiration.Read the whole story...

  • Bing Debuts New Images Landing PageBing Community

    Microsoft introduced Monday a landing page with images representing 20 recent top searches, as "a fresh way to enter the image search experience." It provides a quick snapshot of some popular searches on Bing related to a specific topic. One click narrows the image search to find specific content or discover more.Read the whole story...

  • Link Building 'Down The Rabbit Hole'Search Engine Watch

    Links can determine a Web site's credibility and ranking in search engine results listings. Finding potential link partners, however, isn't always easy for SEO experts. Jennifer Van Iderstyne shares a few ideas on finding and approaching sources to "ask, beg, or barter for links." She explains one of her favorite ways to search for link targets: by "following other links, or as I like to call it, searching down the Rabbit Hole. You never know where you're going to land next or what you're going to find when you get there."Read the whole story...

  • A Look At Google's Wonder Wheel And Image SwirlSearch Engine Journal

    People and machines cluster keywords differently. Ann Smarty provides an example using the word "apple," and gives us tips on how to cluster generic search terms using two Google tools: Wonder Wheel and Image Swirl.Read the whole story...