SearchCap: Old Google Street Views, Bing For Schools & DailyMotion’s Upset

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From Search Engine Land:

  • “Bing For Schools” Becomes “Bing In The Classroom” & Makes Program Available To All Schools Originally launched in August of last year as Bing for Schools, the new Bing in the Classroom program has moved out of its pilot phase and is now available to all US schools, grades K through 12. For participating schools, the free program offers ad-free and safe searches, daily lesson plans, as well as opportunities […]
  • New Google Maps “Digital Timeline” Shows Street View Images Dating Back 7 Years Google Maps has launched a cool new feature for its Street View images that lets you see past pictures of various landmarks dating back seven years. From the announcement, “If you see a clock icon in the upper left-hand portion of a Street View image, click on it and move the slider through time and […]
  • DailyMotion Says Google Is Cheating, Serves Up Its Own Video Content Over DailyMotion Videos The president of French video platform DailyMotion Giuseppe de Martino told UK newspaper The Independent he believes Google is leveraging unfair search practices, serving up YouTube videos in place of DailyMotion content. Independent reporter Ian Burrell writes: [De Martino] claims that sometimes when internet users search Google for DailyMotion videos they mysteriously don’t appear – […]
  • Enterprise SEO Audits – Go Beyond The Desktop Crawl Digital technology — and the way consumers are using it — is evolving at a pace never seen before, and the platforms and tools used by digital marketers are trying to keep up with it all. We all know content is still king. In order to win the battle for the consumer’s attention, or Google […]
  • Majestic SEO Now Categorizing The Web For Marketers Majestic SEO, a popular link research tool, announced a new feature where they are now categorizing their index, which is made up of over 700 billion web pages, into about 1,000 different categories. Majestic is then using the categorization to add a new metric, they are calling “Topical Trust Flow.” This new score is their […]
  • Bing: Again, Why We Are Better Than Google At Image Search Several months ago, Bing told us seven ways Bing is better than Google at image search. This week, Bing posted more examples in the Bing blog of why Bing is better than Google at image search. The examples are of course specific sets of queries that show better results for Bing over Google. I wouldn’t […]
  • How To Get Your Content Linked To From Top-Tier Websites Creating great content that other websites will organically and editorially link to is a core part of a modern-day SEO campaign. In premise, it sounds simple: you create a piece of content that is relevant within your niche and holds a certain level of value, then other websites will see the content and mention it […]

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About The Author: is Search Engine Land's News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry's personal blog is named Cartoon Barry and he can be followed on Twitter here. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio over here.

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