Everyone creates and shares files and documents, everyone uses email, and everyone struggles to manage the excessive amounts of data flooding into our lives every day. The Findwise Findability Survey 2014 found that time wasted searching and dealing with documents cost organizations more than 20% of their total productivity, and almost $20,000 per employee per… Continue reading Lookeen Desktop Search – How to save time through better search
Some of you might be aware that I started my career as an engineer working for one of the largest engineering companies. Although the details of what I did there are far in the past, I still remember hunting for datasheets for chips and other components. The hunt wasn't easy as you need to Google out pretty much every datasheet.
I started my nutrisystem and medifast diet blog around 2 years ago, when I hardly knew anything about SEO or the search engines. The only thing I knew about search engines then was that I use them to find information online. Now, as a blogger who has worried about traffic generation for years I have had to face the reality of what traffic means for bloggers, and how important the source of traffic is when it comes to getting results.
I've been using Bing quite a bit since its release and it has turned out to be one of the better search engines. I still prefer Google's search results and usually switch between the two. But, if you want to search both, you can choose to switch between windows, or even better save yourself some time and search using Bing vs.
Having recently jumped onto the Twitter band wagon - I quickly came to realize that Twitters simplicity is also its downfall. Sure you can place tweets on your personal space for others to view but after a little while you'll realize you need to talk with other on topics that are current, primarily because that's how youâ€™ll meet other people too! However, for a content heavy site like Twitter it boasts one of the most weakest search functions I've ever seen on any website.