Our Daily Search Pic(k): How Google Twitters

Mon 20 April 2009 12:00, Bas van den Beld

This is how Google opened its Twitter account only two months ago. Now, after only 170 updates they have almost got 400.000 followers.

Have any suggestions for our Daily Search Pic(k)? E-mail us or DM us on Twitter!

Our Daily Search Pic(k): How Google Twitters


Ask research shows: recession

Mon 20 April 2009 10:44, Bas van den Beld

Ask research shows: recession

Times are changing. Right now we have seemed to have hit a recession. And a recession is not just a lack of money, its a mindset. It's all about trust.

People need trust. To find out how much 'trust' there is these days you have to look at what people are doing and thinking. And where better to look than in a search engine?

Ask compared search terms from 2006 with those in 2009. By looking at the different results you could say people are, to say the least, more carefull.... read more


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Google: Quarters down, year up

Mon 20 April 2009 09:10, Bas van den Beld

Google: Quarters down, year up

Last Thursday Google announced their first Quarter results of 2009. Compared to the last Quarter of 2008 Google saw a three percent decline in revenues. Compared to a year earlier though Google grew 6%.

Google CEO Eric Schmidt urged to point out the recession: "Google had a good quarter given the depth of the recession... These results underline both the resilience of our business model and the ongoing potential of the web as users and advertisers shift online".... read more


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Our weekend reading list - April 11th - 17th

Fri 17 April 2009 17:30, Bas van den Beld

Our weekend reading list - April 11th - 17th

As every week Searchcowboys informes what were the hot topics of the week, both on Searchcowboys and on other places of the world wide web.

A short week this week with Eastern taking away our Monday blogging. Still a lot of interesting news could be found with a lot of research results coming out. Also we saw ourselves appear on YouTube and we introduced a new series: Our Daily Search Pic(k).... read more



Facebook Top European Social Networksite

Fri 17 April 2009 14:20, Bas van den Beld

Facebook Top European Social Networksite

Facebook is taking over Europe. Since they changed their focus from the US to worldwide the biggest social networking site of all saw a 314 percent increase to nearly 100 million visitors.

Numbers released by Comscore show that Facebook saw the biggest growth in the last year in Italy. Within a year it grew 2721%. Other major rising countries are Spain (999%), Belgium (607%) and France (518%).... read more



Our Daily Search Pic(k): Yates at The Next Web

Fri 17 April 2009 12:00, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Images in Google docs and Gmail

Fri 17 April 2009 09:32, Bas van den Beld, 6 comments

Cowboys & more in New York

Thu 16 April 2009 14:08, Bas van den Beld, 3 comments

Our Daily Search Pic(k): Where's Google?

Thu 16 April 2009 12:00, Bas van den Beld, 5 comments

Google switching to Ajax this week

Thu 16 April 2009 09:24, Bas van den Beld, 5 comments

Got a shop? Optimize your opening times!

Wed 15 April 2009 14:06, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Our Daily Search Pic(k): Twitterguide

Wed 15 April 2009 10:29, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Germans buying more online

Wed 15 April 2009 09:04, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

New: Our Daily Search Pic(k)

Tue 14 April 2009 17:25, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Twazzup: a better twitter search engine

Tue 14 April 2009 15:57, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

Must Read: 9 Semantic SE's That Will Change the World

Tue 14 April 2009 12:24, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Find your UK woman shopping online

Tue 14 April 2009 10:06, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

Our weekend reading list April 4th - April 10th

Fri 10 April 2009 17:30, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Google Latitude stunt: can Europe do this?

Fri 10 April 2009 15:41, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Search will grow thanks to mobile, video and social

Fri 10 April 2009 14:02, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Check the development of stories with Google News

Fri 10 April 2009 12:15, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Get your colors straight with Google Images

Thu 9 April 2009 09:42, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Online SEO-check: Searchcowboys better than Searchengineland

Wed 8 April 2009 17:19, Bas van den Beld, 4 comments

SEO Samba tries to combine SEO & CMS

Wed 8 April 2009 11:20, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Oparla: Getting paid to search

Wed 8 April 2009 09:01, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

UK government 'selling' porn links?

Tue 7 April 2009 16:33, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Stop that Streetview car!

Tue 7 April 2009 11:12, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

French are connecting online

Tue 7 April 2009 09:26, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

ByeBye Twitter, hello Flutter

Mon 6 April 2009 12:49, Bas van den Beld, 5 comments

Analysts say YouTube might lose $470 million

Mon 6 April 2009 11:40, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

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