In addition to WikiHow getting tabbed answer boxes in the search results, they are also one of the sites sporting some new annotations in the Bing organic search results. They are now displaying a “last updated” date, as well as the number of times an article has been viewed. If you view one of the …
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Except that it doesn't. At least, not if you're in the UK using the .com version it doesn't.
Most of us use search engines to scour the Web on a regular basis. They're pretty essential when trying to find your way around this huge resource we once naively called the World Wide Web. But which search engine do you, dear reader, personally use most of the time? Welcome to this week's MakeUseOf Poll.…
While these changes will certainly take time and a multitude of other shifts will happen in the meantime, it's always good to keep a pulse on where Google is going. It effects us all, for better and for worse.
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