Search Engines Can Spread Malware

Malware can be a very concerning issue in today’s internet driven society. Popular search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing are common targets for malware, because they are places that receive a lot of traffic from common internet users. If a hacker has a malware program that can be implemented into a search engine’s results pages, it could potentially reach millions of users.

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Bingbot Release Set for Fall

Bing.com is expected to release a beta version of its new web crawler, Bingbot on October 1st, 2010. This feature is going to replace Microsoft’s current web crawler, MSNBot. It is expected to still be able to identify text just as MSNBot did, and will still honor robot.txt directives, so minimal site adjustments will be required to maintain rankings on Bing.com.

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The Bing Application for iPhone

As an attempt to cut in on the mobile search market share that Google has harnessed by being the default search engine for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch, Bing.com has recently updated its search application. This update was designed to “iron out” some of the previous problems that were featured on the original application.

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Search Engine Popularity and Your Success

Having the number one spot on search results pages for keywords that are relevant to your business on search engines that aren’t very popular for users will not benefit your business as much as being in the sixth or seventh spot on a search engine that people use more frequently. When you are crafting your search engine optimization campaign, it is important that it is targeted towards capturing the tops spots on the biggest search engines available on the web.

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Will the Bing/Yahoo Collaboration Make SEO Easier?

Search engine powerhouse Yahoo.com has released that they will be now using the algorithms that Microsoft developed for the design of its own search engine, Bing.com, for generating its search results pages. The end result might not be enough to completely knock industry leader Google from its number one spot in the most popular search engine race, but it is sure to make a substantial impression on the web.

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Will Smartphones Have an Impact on Search Engine Popularity?

The increase of the popularity of Smartphones definitely has a major influence on the development of search engine popularity. It’s no secret that Google has a strong hold on search engine popularity, but as Smartphones become a more common choice for online users, will Google’s search esteem remain intact or will the search engine market become a little more competitive?

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