Tag: social search

  1. Bing Adds Social Search

    Bing, Microsoft’s “decision engine,” has recently stepped up the amount and quality of its search results by including the new social search feature. Bing promises users more relevant search results in less time, so that you can make faster, more informed decisions. Social search is a social “sidebar” on the right side of Bing’s search screen that will complement online search by pulling up relevant posts from a user’s Facebook friends. Search results will pull up “Friends who might know,”… Read More

  2. mRELEVANCE Invites YOU to New Homes Camp

    Mark your calendar for the South’s largest real estate focused technology conference. REtechSouth takes place March 25 and 26 at Gwinnett Center. Best of all, there is still time to buy your ticket, but don’t wait long the conference sold out last year. Carol has a discount code, so make sure to use it: REtechSouth Discount Tickets! mRELEVANCE is proud to sponsor RetechSouth’s New Homes Camp on Thursday, March 25 from 9:30 a.m. – noon. Featuring Carol Flammer, Meredith Oliver,… Read More

  3. Google Sidewiki: Making Search More Social

    Here is Tip 9 from our Top 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010 list: Integrate Google Side Wiki into social media programs. Sidewiki is a browser sidebar by Google that allows readers to contribute and comment on any Web site or Web site page on the Internet. Currently it is available for use with the Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. Lots of folks think that Sidewiki is Google’s next step in making search more social. Even so, not a lot… Read More