Posts Tagged ‘search’
Yahoo Search Goes Way Open
Well, we finally announced it. Yahoo Search is going way open very soon. We will be allowing publishers and site owners to provide us with additional information about their site. This will provide a next-generation search experience with results that can display some of the rich data that is today only available on the website after the user clicks through. For example, ratings and reviews, great photographs, useful site links, etc. The additional beauty is that users can control whether they want to see this additional info or not. Their choice. Read full article…Read More
New Yahoo! Search Experience has Launched!
Well, the biggest consumer-facing change to the Yahoo! Search experience has arrived. We just launched our new Search design this week, which features an incredible amount of great new improvements including Search Assist, multimedia integration, and enhanced shortcuts. Read full article…Read More
Whitepaper published: Search Engine Results 2010
The final whitepaper has been published by Enquiro Research for “Search Engine Results 2010”. In it, they cover what search engines may look like in the future, thoughts on personalization, universal search, eye tracking research, and interviews with leading industry experts such as Marissa Mayer, Jakob Nielsen, and Danny Sullivan. Read full article…Read More
Search and Serendipity: Finding More When You Know Less
Where do you go to get your daily fix of fresh information? If you are like millions of other users out there, you hit sites like Digg, Delicious, Techmeme, or just open your favorite RSS reader. Or, you tap into your Stumbleupon toolbar to see what your fellow Stumblers have found interesting lately. Most people don’t automatically think of search as a place for serendipitous exploration. Search is best when you have something specific in mind, right? Read full article…Read More
What Will the Search Experience Look Like in the Year 2010?
I was recently interviewed by Gord Hotchkiss over at Search Engine Land on the future of Search. The meta question was: “What will the search results page look like in 3 years?” He also interviewed Jakob Nielsen, Marissa Mayer, Danny Sullivan, Michael Ferguson, Greg Sterling, Justin Osmer, and Chris Sherman. Read full article…Read More
Yahoo! Search Launching Great New Features
It has been a while since I have posted. If you head on over to Yahoo! Search, you will see why I’ve been a little busy lately. We’ve been working on a ton of great new ideas for our Search experience and some of them are now ready for you! It is all about giving consumers a much better experience when they are searching, so that they find exactly what they are looking for faster and are happier with the results. Check out what we’ve been up to and I think you will agree.
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