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Fake News, Facebook and the Devastating Effect on User Experience

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Fake News, Facebook and the Devastating Effect on User Experience Over the last twelve months, hundreds of fake news sites have sprouted, and they all have a few things in common. They all target the US political arena, and many of them have been traced back to teenage owners in Macedonia. A few months ago […]

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SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO appeared first on Search Engine Land.

The role of the independent developer in edtech

The role of the independent developer in edtech

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Pat, who develops bespoke digital solutions for educators and researchers through his company Pgogy Webstuff, shares his thoughts on how social media has affected edtech development and explains the contributions independent developers are making across the sector.

Co-design 2016: the intelligent campus

Co-design 2016: the intelligent campus

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

In this podcast James Clay and Andy McGregor discuss the concept of the intelligent campus. There has been plenty of hype over artificial intelligence and the internet of things - we believe it may be time to put aside the cynicism that this kind of hype generates and look seriously at how we can take advantage of these emerging technologies to improve the student experience, research and the management of our campuses.

 

Find out more at https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/get-involved/what-does-the-imminent-arrival-of-the-intelligent-campus-mean-for-universities-and-colleges

Top Search Engines To Get Your Website Indexed

Top Search Engines To Get Your Website Indexed


Tech Arrival

Here is another good question among beginners that while starting a new blog or a website which are the top search engines to get your website indexed.

Why you should not submit your site to 1000 search engines

by admin @ The Search Engine List

I admit; I fell for it once – almost twice. You have seen the ads, "Submit your site to 200+ Search Engines… 1000+ Search Engines… " The second time, submitting my site to all those great search engines was for free and attached to a website that I was visiting. Since it was absolutely free, […]

Open science: many hands make light work

Open science: many hands make light work

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Open science has been highlighted as one of the priorities of the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. Matthew Dovey, head of research technology at Jisc, discusses the motivations behind the open science movement and why initiatives to support it are more important than ever. Read his original blog here.

The Knowledge Graph: What you need to know

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

The Knowledge Graph: What you need to know Many online marketers today are making one fundamentally mistaken assumption. They want to use their content as a way to fool Google into believing a website has a certain keyword combination users might find relevant in their searches. This is not only taken as a strategy among […]

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What duplicate content is and how it ruins your rankings

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Duplicate Content Affect Rankings! Duplicate content is the same or partly the same content on a few URLs. Such pages can lead to wasting crawl budget, and significant rankings drop as a result. You might think that it’s definitely not about your site but don’t jump to conclusions. It this article, I’ll tell you where […]

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17 Top Job Search Engines in 2017 — NerdWallet

17 Top Job Search Engines in 2017 — NerdWallet


NerdWallet

The internet may seem saturated with job search engines, but there’s likely one out there that can help you land a new gig you’re psyched about. Here are seven sites…

13 Basic Benefits of Joining a Professional Organization

by Jesal Shethna @ eduCBA

Benefits of Joining a Professional Organization – Given the number of responsibilities we have to juggle daily, joining a professional association is unlikely to be among your top priorities. Which businessperson, after all, has the time for more meetings and activities after spending a whole day on them? But thinking this way may cause you […]

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Aberystwyth University share their digital storytelling experiences

Aberystwyth University share their digital storytelling experiences

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

One of the ways that Jisc supports its members is by offering training and consultancy that empowers them to embed best practice across their organisation. Aberystwyth University is an example of an organisation that has recieved our advice and guidance, and been able to disseminate their learnings further, to excellent effect. 

Following a 'train the trainer' session on digital storytelling with subject specialist, Chris Thomson, the university's e-learning group has delivered its own session for teaching staff. This has inspired attendees to develop innovative teaching activities using digital storytelling, with the help of CADARN Learning Portal, which provided the WeVideo platform for video editing. We hear from Mary Jacobs, e-learning advisor, and Stephen Chapman, teaching fellow and researcher about how they've embraced digital storytelling whole-heartedly.

For more information you can visit the university's guide on digital storytelling.

Like this podcast? You can subscribe via iTunes or add the RSS feed to your favourite podcast app. Visit the Jisc website for more stories.

The Conversion Rate Conundrum: Common Mistakes and What to Do Instead

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

In real estate, the axiom is location, location, location. It’s first and foremost. The number one consideration. For your digital efforts – email, web pages, eCommerce platforms – an argument could be made for a few different ones: search engine optimization (SEO), the user experience (UX), conversion rate optimization (CRO), or perhaps something else entirely. […]

4 Mistakes I Learned About Marketing and Data While Working at a Fortune 50 Company

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

For the past nearly 3 years, I’ve been in charge of Audience Development for one of the largest media companies in the US. I learned a LOT during that time. Even more important, I learned a lot about what NOT to do. Not all of these things were personal ‘mistakes’ per se. Some were top […]

Are You Using One of the Most Popular Search Engines?

Are You Using One of the Most Popular Search Engines?


Lifewire

To search the Web quickly and effectively, use one of these top search engines that will make the process simple no matter what you're looking for.

It’s 2017. Is Your Website Voice Search Compatible?

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Is 2017 the year of Voice Search? One of the most exciting and interesting things about the internet, and SEO in particular, is the ever changing landscape. The internet is in a constant state of flux, which is why we must always be flexible and prepare ourselves to change strategy at the drop of a […]

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A closer look at open access

A closer look at open access

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

As part of open access (OA) week 2015, Sarah Fahmy, Jisc’s scholarly communications service manager, shares her insights into OA and gives her top tips on implementation.

Visit the Jisc open access webpages to find out more.

TOP 10 Deep Web Search Engines alternative to Google or Bing

TOP 10 Deep Web Search Engines alternative to Google or Bing


GBHackers On Security

when we need to search something, then Google or Bing will the first thing hit in mind suddenly. But Google and Bing will not give all the Hidden.

SEO Security – Cybersecurity From An SEO Perspective

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

SEO Security What is SEO security? SEO security is the use of SEO metrics to identify flaws in a site’s security, to act to solve those issues, and to monitor site activity with security in mind. Good SEO practitioners follow security news closely and should increase their clients’ site security by a significant factor. They’re […]

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2015 Search Engine Market Share By Country - Return On Now

2015 Search Engine Market Share By Country - Return On Now


Return On Now

Looking for search engine market share by country for 2015? Look no further - Return On Now has pulled together the top search engines for 30 key countries.

Hear about the new AWS agreement removing data egress uncertainty for researchers

Hear about the new AWS agreement removing data egress uncertainty for researchers

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

In a landmark move for research, AWS is waiving data egress charges for qualified researchers and academics in moving data out of the cloud - making it easier for the sector to use cloud services by offering more predictability in costs. The agreement has been reached through ongoing discussions with Jisc in the UK, GÉANT in Europe, and DLT in the United States. 

At Digifest16, we spoke with Brendan Bouffler, scientific computing manager at AWS, about how the agreement will benefit researchers.

For more podcasts like this, visit the Jisc website or sign up via iTunes.

Mortgage Rates Friday, Sept. 15: Settling Down, Just Like Millennials

by Holden Lewis @ NerdWallet

After climbing rapidly on Monday and Tuesday, the average rate on 30-year and 15-year fixed mortgages inched up one basis point, and the 5/1 ARM remained unchanged, according to a NerdWallet survey of…

Competitor Analysis: How To Crib Off The Competition

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Competitor Analysis: How to Crib Off Your Competitors Competitor analysis has long been an integral part of SEO. In such a dynamic field that is prone to rapid change, it is an invaluable method of ensuring that your practices and processes have not fallen behind. Once you start ranking all your sites well, it’s all […]

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Hear from Jisc's customers

Hear from Jisc's customers

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

On 26 Jan 2016 Jisc welcomed customers to their annual stakeholder forum. Hear what their customers thought of their recent work with education and research providers and what their current concerns are for the coming year.

Search Engine Statistics 2017 - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

Search Engine Statistics 2017 - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice


Smart Insights

Statistics on Search Engine Marketing usage and adoption to inform your search engine marketing strategies and tactics Statistics help us turn data into in. Marketing topic(s):Search engine marketing. Advice by Robert Allen.

How to Minimize Risk Of a Negative SEO Attack on Your Website

by Brenda Berg @ Return On Now

The following post is copyrighted by Return On Now - Austin Internet Marketing Consulting Services

No matter whether your website represents a business, a startup, a blog, an informative page, or anything else, SEO is the air that keeps your website stay afloat. The search engine giants are constantly updated and redefining their guidelines to state what’s important when it comes to reaching the top of the results pages. There…

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Here are the 13 best deep web search engines

Here are the 13 best deep web search engines


The Daily Dot

Be careful where you click.

SearchCap: Bing fact checking, Google mobile tips & Bing agency awards

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Best Hair Dryer of 2017

by peter @ Reviews.com

Asset 2 All Reviews Blog Latest Deals About     Be the first to know everything. ……………………………………………… Plus, instant access to our exclusive guide: “Make the Right Choice: A 10-Minute Guide to Not Messing Up Your Next Purchase”. Subscribe   ©2017 Reviews.com LLC All Rights Reserved Asset 2 Search Results for Showing 0 of 0 reviews […]

Search Engine Books

by admin @ The Search Engine List

From one of the United Kingdom’s leading search engine optimization (S.E.O) experts who has worked with major companies like Amazon.com, this book is touted as one of the most comprehensive, accessible and up-to-date guides to S.E.O available. Written in a readable style for the beginner, but at the same time comprehensive enough for the skilled […]

How can we create user-led solutions for better research?

How can we create user-led solutions for better research?

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Researchers continuously have to make decisions around preserving their data, the best way to describe it, and who will have the long-term oversight. Daniela Duca looks into ways that we can create user-led solutions for better research.

 

Like this podcast? Subscribe via iTunes or add the RSS feed to your favourite podcast app. You can also visit the Jisc website for more content

Google Maps Marketing: How to Optimize Your Website

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

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Online's top 25 search engines

Online's top 25 search engines


the Guardian

Google, founded in 1998 by two Stanford University graduate students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, quickly became the web's leading search engine because it was easy to use and delivered high-quality results.

The future of data-driven decision-making

The future of data-driven decision-making

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

How do we move to a data-led culture in UK research and education? In this podcast, hear about the second in a series of reports due to emerge from our horizon scanning project.

Top 15 Apple Firewall Apps for MacOS X

by guestauthor @ Quertime

One of the main facts regarding the computer security about the Apple Mac is the computer will never be infected with any of the malware. Because of this fact, the most of the Apple Mac OS X users does not have any of the antivirus installed, let alone any of the firewall, it will becomes […]

The world’s leading cloud providers on working together at Jisc Horizon Scan think tank

The world’s leading cloud providers on working together at Jisc Horizon Scan think tank

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

The Future of Cloud Computing think tank, part of Jisc’s Horizon Scan project, was held at London’s Digital Catapult Centre. The event saw CIOs and IT directors from UK education and research institutions sit down for wide-ranging discussions with the biggest names in cloud computing including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Atos. In this podcast, discover how Jisc is playing an important role in finding solutions to contractual and technological challenges and opening the door wider to this transformational technology. 

Why we should all be interested in international research programmes

Why we should all be interested in international research programmes

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Richard French tells us how Jisc is supporting UK researchers and universities in their international research and collaboration. Read his original blog here.

Looking to the horizon: a bright new dawn of data-driven decision-making?

Looking to the horizon: a bright new dawn of data-driven decision-making?

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Learning analytics is big news at the moment, so, along with our M5 colleagues QAA, HESA and Universities UK, we recently held a successful ‘think tank’ exploring the hot topic of data-driven decision-making and the recommendations in our recent horizon scanning report.

In this podcast, our resident futurist Martin Hamilton talks with delegates from Brunel University, Blackboard, Civitas Learning and from the University of Greenwich. What did they go along for? How do they think learning analytics could make a difference in the future of education? What’s inspired them? And what ‘quick wins’ will they be taking back to their institutions? Listen to get the lowdown on the latest thinking, and join in the conversation at #jiscfutures. We’ll be writing up the event in a short report, too, as part of our ongoing horizon scanning project – so watch this space!

Visit https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/projects/effective-learning-analytics to learn more about our current work.

Beating Brexit: why we must build more bridges towards borderless education

Beating Brexit: why we must build more bridges towards borderless education

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Overseas’ students are a key part of the UK economy, but Brexit is already having an effect on the numbers from the EU who want to study here. To ensure the UK remains a world leader in delivering education and research internationally we must now capitalise on developing opportunities for “borderless” study

In this podcast we take a look at why we must build more bridges towards borderless education.

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Jisc at altc2015 - view from day one

Jisc at altc2015 - view from day one

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

8 - 10 September marks the return of the annual Association of Learning Technology (ALT) conference, which brings together practitioners, researchers and policymakers from across the sector to share their research and experiences.

Paul Bailey, senior co-design manager, speaks to us about the first day, reflecting on Jisc sessions about the Summer of Student Innovation and learning analytics, as well as what he's looking forward to seeing.

Visit the Jisc website for more information.

Top 20 Best Encrypted Messaging Apps

by guestauthor @ Quertime

The fact that someone can spy on you, track your location, control your finances and bank accounts, get into your messaging apps and read your texts makes more and more people opt for applications that prevent illegal penetration into your device and encrypt your messages. Moreover, this idea got so popular that developers have recently […]

Study: Top 5 Search Engines See Search Traffic Drop By As Much As 31% Since December 2013

Study: Top 5 Search Engines See Search Traffic Drop By As Much As 31% Since December 2013


Search Engine Land

A newly released report from Shareaholic claims the top five search engines -- Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask.com and AOL -- have all experienced a decline in se

Top Rankings! How To Get To Number 1 On Google Using SEO

Top Rankings! How To Get To Number 1 On Google Using SEO


Hobo

Replacing something that’s genuine, aged and valuable with something similar but ultimately a poor copy of what is already available is not without its perils. SEO (search engine optimisation) was, and still can be, a bit like this and if you try to force Google’s hand where it is ranking sites organically, based on ‘merit’, …

4 Essential SEO Strategies You Should Be Focusing On In 2017

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

4 Essential SEO Strategies for 2017 It is widely acknowledged that an efficient, well-executed SEO strategy is one of the most important aspects of any business in the modern world. Investing in SEO is no longer viewed as a luxury. It has become essential if you want to flourish in today’s competitive marketplace. There are […]

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Top 40 Best Web Hosting Services for Blogs & Websites

by guestauthor @ Quertime

The current global hosting market size is estimated at around $12.3 billion and will grow at an expected rate of 26% over the next 4 years. Regardless of the kind of website you have, a quality web hosting service is always required to make your website efficiently visible on the Internet. Without high quality web […]

Underperforming Mobile Pages are Sabotaging Your Revenue. Here’s How to Fix Them.

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

Your site gets more traffic from mobile devices than desktops. So… why are your mobile conversions so low? That’s what matters most after all. Right? Right. The typical reason? Your site sucks. Plain and simple. It’s hard to use. The organization is a mess. And it’s slow as a snail. But there’s good news and […]

How to Add Your Site to Google Search Console

by Keith Lock @ Tips and Tricks HQ

Adding your web site to the Google Search Console, formerly called Google Webmaster Tools, will allow you to monitor your site’s performance in Google Search results. You can also see how Google sees your site, including your site’s relevance for Rich Cards and Accelerated Mobile Pages. In this tutorial, you will see: How to setup […]

10 Cool Search Engine Tricks

by admin @ The Search Engine List

Search Engines Action ReverseTelephoneNumbers.org 411.com Whitepages.com Reverse Telephone Number Lookup Google will automatically do a reverse telephone number lookup. All you need to do is enter the telephone number (landline) that you would like to identify and it will return the name of the owner. There are a number of other sites which also do […]

Top 5 Chinese Search Engines You Need to Care About | Dragon Social

Top 5 Chinese Search Engines You Need to Care About | Dragon Social


Dragon Social

Want to learn about Chinese search engines? Check out our blog post to learn all the key details to optimise your understanding, now!

How technology can help dyslexic learners help themselves

How technology can help dyslexic learners help themselves

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

In this podcast Julia Taylor, Jisc subject specialist - accessibility and inclusion, discusses how dyslexia can affect learning, and offers her top tips for using technology to support independent study.

Visit the Jisc website for more information.

University of Stirling upgrades its network connection

University of Stirling upgrades its network connection

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

The University of Stirling has recently upgraded its internet connectivity, taking an additional connection to the Janet network and becoming a Janet Point of Presence. This has increased the university’s capabilities and resilience, supporting its business strategy and improving teaching, learning and research.

Kathy McCabe, university librarian and director of information services, tells us about what they’ve done and how they’re benefitting.

Find out more about the Janet network on Jisc's website. For more podcasts from Jisc subscribe via iTunes or sign up for the RSS feed.

Influential HE professionals on social media: what are the judges looking for?

Influential HE professionals on social media: what are the judges looking for?

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

We are currently inviting nominations for influential HE professionals on social media. Nominations are open until Friday 18 September, so we spoke to our social media manager Tom Mitchell and senior co-design manager Sarah Knight about how the judges will choose the top 50.

See Tom's blog at https://jisc.ac.uk/blog/tell-us-who-the-most-influential-he-professionals-on-social-media-are-10-aug-2015 and make a nomination at https://jisc.ac.uk/forms/jisc50social

Augmented reality enhances learning at Manchester Medical School

Augmented reality enhances learning at Manchester Medical School

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

The University of Manchester is taking a unique approach to prescription training for its medical students, using a bespoke augmented reality app to support the learning process. Lead for prescribing, senior clinical lecturer at Manchester Medical School, and GP, Dr Kurt Wilson - who also sits of the national assessment board for the Prescribing Safety Assessment - and senior innovation developer at Jisc, Matt Ramirez, talk about the solution they’ve developed, and how it’s enhancing learning and teaching.

Research Data Spring: project update -  giving researchers credit for their data

Research Data Spring: project update - giving researchers credit for their data

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

In this series of podcasts hear from our Research Data Spring teams who are developing technical tools, software and service solutions to support research data management. This podcast is from Fiona Murphy who tells us about a project looking at to give researcher credit for their data.

List of Top 10 Best Search Engines on the Internet - iftiSEO

List of Top 10 Best Search Engines on the Internet - iftiSEO


IFTISEO - Your Benefit Our Happiness

Check out the list of the top, best and the most popular search engines on the internet. Find out the best alternative to Google search in 2016. 

Top Video Search Engines and Video Search Sites 2015

Top Video Search Engines and Video Search Sites 2015


Tubular Insights

YouTube and Google are the main video search engines users can use to find content on a particular topic, but there are also some others to check out.

Top 10 Most Popular Search Engines in The World (fast)

Top 10 Most Popular Search Engines in The World (fast)


eduCBA

We are more dependent on search engines for all our queries. For every query we get a lot of information in a click of button.

3 Ways to Hack Local SEO Rankings

by Dennis @ Xtendly

Getting information on the internet is common these days. With smartphones and tablets becoming very affordable, more and more people can now perform web searches on the go as well. According to marketingdive.com, research from Google has shown that 70% of all smartphone users who bought something from a brick-and-mortar store used their mobile device […]

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Top Search Engine(s) Registration - Planet Cyber of Los Angeles Computer Center | PC & Mac Repairs | Web Design | Internet Cafe & Video Game Center

Top Search Engine(s) Registration - Planet Cyber of Los Angeles Computer Center | PC & Mac Repairs | Web Design | Internet Cafe & Video Game Center


Planet Cyber of Los Angeles Computer Center | PC & Mac Repairs | Web Design | Internet Cafe & Video Game Center

One-Time Top Search Engine(s) Registration There are many ways to register your website to search engines. Using automated submission tools, or using non-experience parties to register your website is not recommended.  The best way to register your website on the top search engines, is manual hand submissions.   Each submission needs to be customized to reap …

SearchCap: Amp links at large, Google AdWords demographic targeting & more

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Amp links at large, Google AdWords demographic targeting & more appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Top 5 Travel & Tourism Search Engines in Korea | Xtendly

Top 5 Travel & Tourism Search Engines in Korea | Xtendly


Xtendly

Read here on how you can target your Korean Travelers to your website with these informative guide on the top search engines in Korea. Click

Top 10 Best Video Calling Apps For Android

by Rahul Biswal @ eCloudBuzz

Best Video Calling Apps For Android: As the speed of internet has increased, Video calling has become a great way of communication. All you need a smartphone, high-speed internet and a video calling app to make video call. Now we can easily make face-to-face communication with our loved ones. Video calling is of great use […]

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100 Search Engines For Academic Research

100 Search Engines For Academic Research


TeachThought

100 Search Engines For Academic Research

Google Updates: How They Affect SEO Campaigns in 2017

by Charlie Brown @ Return On Now

The following post is copyrighted by Return On Now - Austin Internet Marketing Consulting Services

Google changes its search algorithm frequently. But it is easy to overlook when changes happen, because Google does not announce it in most cases. The onus is on online marketers to detect the change, typically by witnessing noticeable changes in SEO performance after the fact. If you find some erratic SEO performance shifts and can’t…

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The Short History of Top Search Engines

The Short History of Top Search Engines


SEMrush Blog

With the prevalence of internet usage for finding information, one can take search engines for granted. ‘Google it’ has become a modern catchphrase for entering a search query in the world’s leading search engine. The history of search engines is sho...

SearchCap: Google local business edits, AMP powered featured snippets & Bing Ads bid adjustments

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google local business edits, AMP powered featured snippets & Bing Ads bid adjustments appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Top tips for making your digital resources easier to discover

Top tips for making your digital resources easier to discover

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Within many further and higher education institutions there exists a wide-ranging group of libraries, archives and collections. The digitisation of their assets for the purposes of teaching, learning and research is a sophisticated activity. But digitisation is only the first step, with the effective delivery of those assets being the second. Matt Faber, digital media adviser at Jisc give us his top tips for making your resources discoverable.

Read his original blog here.

17 Paid Online Survey & Research Sites to Pay You Cash & Gifts

by guestauthor @ Quertime

You won’t get rich. But if you can squeeze some extra time in between your classes and college writing assignments, then you can generate some extra cash taking online surveys. Opportunities for survey taking are all over the Internet, and many of them are legitimate. These survey companies are hired by big enterprises for market […]

Utopia 360 – An Affordable “Mixed Reality” STEM Experience

by Kelly Walsh @ Emerging Education Technologies

An Augmented and Virtual Reality Science Experience The folks from ReTrak sent me one of their new Utopia 360° “STEM based learning experience” products to check out. I think we're going to see a lot of products like this emerge in the next few years. VR and AR, and combined VR/AR experiences, referred to as […]

SearchCap: Google Search Console beta invites, Google attribution & question and answers in maps

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google Search Console beta invites, Google attribution & question and answers in maps appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Jisc at altc2015: view from day two

Jisc at altc2015: view from day two

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

8 - 10 September 2015 marks the return of the annual Association of Learning Technology (ALT) conference, which brings together practitioners, researchers and policymakers from across the sector to share their research and experience.

James Clay, project manager at Jisc, tells us what happened on day 2 at ALT-C and talks us through the session on digital capabilities.

 

Checklist for Optimizing Your Funnel from Top to Bottom

by Sam Warren @ AWR

Depending on the size of your organization and what your particular KPIs look like, you may not get a whole lot of time to focus on the big picture. When it comes to UX and CRO, this can be particularly challenging even for the most experienced marketers and specialists. The reason is simple, there’s too … Continue reading "Checklist for Optimizing Your Funnel from Top to Bottom"

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3 Reasons Your AdWords Traffic Is Not Qualified

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

AdWords is one of the most predictable paid media channels. By using it, you’re focusing on people who show their intent in advertising platforms. Search traffic is growing by a lot. In 2014, marketers spent $23.44 billion in the search channel. That same figure for this year is already $32.32 billion, and it’s expected to […]

Research data spring: project to change the way researchers use metadata

Research data spring: project to change the way researchers use metadata

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summer at Jisc we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the research data spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process. 

In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them. 

Simon Coles, associate professor at the University of Southampton, is helping to develop a project called CREAM (collaboration for research enhancement by active metadata). It looks at changing and improving the way researchers use metadata, which is data that summarises basic information about data. It can make finding and working with data easier for researchers.

Networkshop44: learn, share and be inspired

Networkshop44: learn, share and be inspired

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Network managers and technical system and security specialists from the UK research and education community are invited to join us at Networkshop44 which takes place between 22-24 March at the University of Manchester. Jill, who has attended the event more than a dozen time, tells us it’s the perfect opportunity to share experiences and learn about the latest developments.

What's The Value of a Top Search Ranking in Google? - Search Engine Journal

What's The Value of a Top Search Ranking in Google? - Search Engine Journal


Search Engine Journal

How much is a number one ranking in Google worth to your business? In this article, Mark Daoust explores how much value top rankings in Google add to the overall value of your online business if you choose to sell it.

Make Your Own Search Engine

by admin @ The Search Engine List

You can build your own search engine and earn money like Google. There are a couple of different ways of doing it. The easiest way is by using a Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) and linking it to your Adsense account. This is quite simple to do and a number of search engines already use […]

Research data spring: creating open source plug-ins for journal publishing

Research data spring: creating open source plug-ins for journal publishing

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summe at Jisc we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the research data spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process. 

In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them. 

Ernesto Priego, from City University London and Andy Byers, from Ubiquity Press, talk about their work to create a series of plug-ins for open source publishing software called Open Journal Systems. These plug-ins will allow authors to publish data and articles directly from a journal managment system to insitutional repositories. This will reduce costs and save time for researchers.

 

Comparison: Top 3 Commission FREE Booking Engines for Tour Activity Companies

by Dennis @ Xtendly

What is a booking software? So you’ve set up your tour activities company. You have your products prepared and the store or office is coming together. But in this particular business you are in, it’s hard to depend on customers just walking up and buying from you. You deal in appointments, tours, activities and itineraries. […]

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The Ultimate AdSense CPC Guide: Real Concepts Revealed

by Iftekhar Ahmed @ IFTISEO – Your Benefit Our Happiness

How can I increase my AdSense CPC and Why am I not getting good CPC are 2 of the most common questions that every blogger asks. Even while searching keywords, bloggers usually look for high search volume + high CPC (cost per click). But… Once they start getting traffic, they realize that the CPC is not […]

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How Does SEO and Content Work Together

by Dennis @ Xtendly

  Ever wonder how search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing work and how they relate to your business? How can Google, Yahoo, and Bing direct people to your website and blog? Enter search engine optimization (SEO) and, as Search Engine Land defines it, “It is the organic process of getting traffic from the ‘free,’ […]

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Top 10 Search Engines In The World

Top 10 Search Engines In The World


reliablesoft.net

Which are the 10 best and most popular search engines in the World? Besides Google and Bing there are other search engines that many not be so well known but still serve millions of search queries per day. It may be a shocking surprise for many people but Google is not the only search engine available today on the Internet! In fact, there are a number of search engines that try to take Google's throne but none of them is ready (yet) to even pose a threat. Nevertheless, there are search engines that are worth considering and the top 10 are

Jisc at altc2015: view from day three

Jisc at altc2015: view from day three

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

8 - 10 September 2015 marks the return of the annual Association of Learning Technology conference (ALT-C), which brings together practitioners, researchers and policy makers from across the sector to share their research and experience. 

 

Sarah Knight, senior co-design manager at Jisc, introduces us to her session at ALT-C which looked at how universities and colleges are working in partnership with their students.

The Value of Direct Traffic in Google Analytics and How to Report on It

by Aaron Agius @ AWR

Research from W3Techs suggests that more than half (54.4 percent) of all websites on the Internet use Google Analytics, including popular sites like YouTube, Tumblr, Reddit and even WordPress. Google Analytics offers in-depth traffic analyses on a wide variety of metrics, but in my experience, one of the most telling is direct traffic. Here’s what … Continue reading "The Value of Direct Traffic in Google Analytics and How to Report on It"

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What is the Best Search Engine Rank (SERP) Checker Tool?

by Marcel Casella @ Over The Top SEO

SEO Rank Checker What Is The Best Search Engine Rank Checker Tool? If you are serious about delivering great results for your clients, then you are going to have to invest in some excellent quality tools. There are many tools available on the market, and new pieces of software are launched on an almost daily […]

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How to Get Your WordPress Site on Google

by Keith Lock @ Tips and Tricks HQ

This is a tutorial for the video answers to top WordPress questions series that we have been publishing on this site to help users get started with WordPress. If you’re just launching a new WordPress site, and want Google to start crawling it, there are generally only a couple things that need to be done. […]

Summer of Student Innovation stars at Web Summit 2015

Summer of Student Innovation stars at Web Summit 2015

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

We’re delighted to support the team behind Call for Participants who are currently showcasing their project at this year’s prestigious Web Summit conference in Dublin. Call for Participants grew from Jisc’s 2013 Summer of Student Innovation co-design project. In this podcast, recorded at Web Summit, Matthew Terrell tells us how important Jisc’s support has been to the team and gives his top tips for succeeding as a digital innovator. 

To find out more visit www.jisc.ac.uk

Research data spring: gathering data as artists go through creative process

Research data spring: gathering data as artists go through creative process

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summer at Jisc we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the research data spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process. 

In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them. 

Thanasis Velios, reader in digital documentation, tells us about his project to create software to automatically gather data as artists go about the creative process - Artivity.

5 Critical Sections on Your LinkedIn Profile You Must Edit Now

by Jesal Shethna @ eduCBA

LinkedIn is a great professional network where you can find your dream job. Recruiters are in constant search of best and dedicated employees. Linked in is started in December 2002 and launched on May 5,2003. It was founded by Reid Hoffman and his team members, the great team from PayPal and in collaboration with Social.net. In […]

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Top 10 Best Search Engines In The World - eCloudBuzz

Top 10 Best Search Engines In The World - eCloudBuzz


eCloudBuzz

If you want to know about Best Search Engines In The World then you should read this article. Google is the King of the search engine ind

SearchCap: Yelp hits Google again, link building & SMX East preview

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Yelp hits Google again, link building & SMX East preview appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Research Data Spring: project update - building an integrated Research Data Management System

Research Data Spring: project update - building an integrated Research Data Management System

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summer, we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the Research Data Spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process. In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them. Alisa Miller speaks about her project – and neologism – a consortial approach to building an integrated Research Data Management System.

Top 10 Most Interesting & Useful Search Engines for SEOs

Top 10 Most Interesting & Useful Search Engines for SEOs


AWR

Revive your search appetite with these ten, really handy engines for any SEO.

Top 8 Best PayPal Alternatives For Online Transactions

by Rahul Biswal @ eCloudBuzz

Best PayPal Alternatives: PayPal is one of the best way to transfer money. Whether you own an online business, blogger or freelancer who makes a living online, PayPal is of great use for us. Most of the organisations and businesses around the world are already using it for online transactions. With it you can easily […]

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How to Include Recipes in WordPress Posts

by Keith Lock @ Tips and Tricks HQ

In this video tutorial, you will learn: How to install and activate the JetPack plugin. How to activate JetPack’s Recipes shortcode. How to find the Image URLs from the WordPress Media Library to be used within your recipe. How to use the Recipes Shortcode to easily add search engine friendly Rich Recipes with Print Buttons […]

What you need to know about the Research Excellence Framework open access policy

What you need to know about the Research Excellence Framework open access policy

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

The UK education funding councils’ post-2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) open access policy came into effect in April. Mafalda Marques, project officer (PASTEUR4OA), Jisc, talks through the key requirements and the support available to institutions to help them comply.

For more information on the policy visit the original blog post.

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Ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google

Ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google


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Using search engines effectively is now a key skill for researchers, but could more be done to equip young researchers with the tools they need. Here, Dr Neil Jacobs and Rachel Bruce from Jisc’s digital infrastructure team share their top ten resources for researchers from across the web.

SearchCap: Google AdWords ad suggestions, ad performance & Doodles

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Research data spring: extending the organisational profile document to cover research data management

Research data spring: extending the organisational profile document to cover research data management

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Over the past few months we've been conducting interviews with projects in research data spring, to find out more about their work, progress to date, and how they've found the process so far.

We also want to find out about the people behind the ideas and get to know them and their aspirations.

In this podcast we speak to Joy Davidson from the Digital Curation Centre about a project to improve how institutions support research data management.

Visit the Jisc website to find out more.

10 Best Google Alternative Search Engines of 2017 - Search Engines List

10 Best Google Alternative Search Engines of 2017 - Search Engines List


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The best Google alternative search engines list of 2017. Take advantage of Search Engine alternative to Google and get more traffic to your Website/Blog.

SearchCap: Google EU appeal, goodbye fetch as Google for apps & award list

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Three More Tips for Every Consumer

by allen @ Reviews.com

1. Never trust a claim with an asterisk. In our , we wanted to get to the bottom of so-called “electrolyte waters” — we were curious to see if the top non-electrolyte waters tasted better or worse than electrolyte waters like SmartWater and Gatorade’s Propel. So, we did what any crafty review team would do: […]

Research data spring: automatically presevering research data

Research data spring: automatically presevering research data

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summer at Jisc we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the research data spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process.

In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them.

Jenny Mitcham, from the University of York and Chris Awre, from the University of Hull talk about their work with Archivematica and others to develop software that will automatically save research data and help fill what they call the ‘preservation gap’.

 

Research data spring: software reuse, repurposing and reproducibility

Research data spring: software reuse, repurposing and reproducibility

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Throughout the summer at Jisc we’ve been conducting interviews with various projects that are part of the research data spring, to find out more about their work, their backgrounds, and how they’ve found the process.

In this series of interviews, we take the time to dig a little deeper into the thinking behind these projects, and get to know a little more about the work, and the people, behind them.

Ian Gent from the University of St Andrews and Catherine Jones from the Science and Technology Facilities Council fill us in on three Rs, but not as you might know them from school – theirs is a project about software reuse, repurposing and reproducibility.

SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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SEO: The Beginner's Guide to Search Engine Optimization from Moz

SEO: The Beginner's Guide to Search Engine Optimization from Moz


Moz

New to SEO? Need to polish up your knowledge? The Beginner's Guide to SEO has been read over 3 million times and provides the information you need to get on the road to professional quality SEO.

Top 10 Best Job Websites

Top 10 Best Job Websites


The Balance

The top 10 best job websites, with information on each, information on what you will find on each site, and tips to get the most out of your job search.

Management of SEO or PPC: Why Not Both?

by Charlie Brown @ Return On Now

The following post is copyrighted by Return On Now - Austin Internet Marketing Consulting Services

The latest research shows that your company profits most when your SEO and PPC teams work together. Are you sure that is happening? Is your PPC campaign generating profits, or is it just another expense for your company? Have you locally optimized your campaign for mobile devices? Today we will find out how to can…

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The Importance Of Social Media To Your SEO Strategy

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Social Media And SEO Strategy Social media has changed the very landscape of the internet. Everyone involved in SEO should understand this and embrace it fully. These two go hand in hand, complementing each other. To have a successful strategy you need to master both and then blend them together in perfect harmony. Why Keyword Research Is […]

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Search Engine Optimization - Trusted SEO Experts | Over The Top SEO

Search Engine Optimization - Trusted SEO Experts | Over The Top SEO


Over The Top SEO

What is Search Engine Optimization or SEO? Search engine optimization (SEO) brings more customers to your business by ranking your website higher in Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines. SEO isn't just about building a website for search engines. It's about building a

Recognising digital innovation in research and education

Recognising digital innovation in research and education

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

The 2016 Times Higher Education (THE) Awards on 24 November 2016 saw the sector come together to recognise innovation from institutions across the UK, showcasing the best of higher education.

Dr Daniel Morgan, Associate Professor: Igneous Petrology & Volcanology; talks to us about the winning project, Virtual Landscape. Then Martin Hamilton, Jisc's resident Futurist, discusses the judging process.

Like this podcast? Subscribe via iTunes or add the RSS feed to your favourite podcast app. You can also visit the Jisc website for more content.

Are senior IT staff taking a strategic role?

Are senior IT staff taking a strategic role?

by web@jisc.ac.uk (Jisc) @ The Jisc Podcast

Richard French, international coordinator at Jisc is attending the Educause annual conference in the US. Educause is the association for higher education IT professionals in the US and their conference is one of the largest EdTech events in the world. Following research undertaken last year which found that IT manager were not always involved in leadership decisions, where their skills and knowledge could benefit their institution. Richard talks to attendees to find out how much progress has been made in getting IT professional a seat at the management table.

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