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Quora Gives You Answers You Actually Want

Image from: Asking Questions / Shutterstock At the beginning of the internet, if you needed to know something you also needed to know where to look for it. Nowadays finding information is a totally different game; you just need to know how to ask. You say to yourself, “Hmm. How would someone knowledgeable about this information phrase a title? What words would they use? What jumble of words do I

August 2011 US Search Market Share Report

As search marketing and the major search engines continue to evolve, Compete is continually refining its query measurement methodology to ensure we are in alignment with the marketplace. The objective of our search share report remains the same – to accurately represent true consumer engagement with search. To that end we have taken the following key measures to enhance our search share reporting: Improve our search query collection methodology to

Ask the Internet: Combining Search and Social Networking to Find Answers

Before the Internet, when you had a question about what you should do in a certain situation, you’d pick up the phone and call your best friend, or your mother, or your brother, and ask for advice. If you needed to know the best way to replace the flush valve in your toilet, you’d call someone who’s handy. If you needed a recipe for chicken soup you’d call your grandmother