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Google: Let Me Google That for You Bing: Let Me Bing That for You DuckDuckGo: Let Me DDG That for You
As @Dez has pointed out, it is due to the Autofill/AutoComplete feature that browsers (not just Chrome; although it may not be activated by default) implement to make filling forms easy.
To hide results of any kind just use the — (minus, dash, etc.) operator. Examples: New York -yankees The above will display results for 'New York' but exclude the 'yankees' keyword. Disney Characters -disney.go.com The above will display results for 'Disney Characters' while also removing results that have the 'disney.go.com' domain name.
In Google, "Search settings", "SafeSearch Filtering", setting your search filter to 'strict' will return you pretty good safe results. In Bing, under "Preferences", use the "disable filtering" dialog. It allows to display parental hits. See bing.com/settings.aspx.
It's hard to give an answer in layman's terms because the details of the formulae used are secret. This means that while people can make educated guesses, they might well be wrong in detail. There are various things that govern the process. The two most obvious that spring to mind are: Incoming links - the more sites that link to yours mean that yours is ...
I've figured it out, seems I was just searching for the wrong keywords. From the documentation I was able to add a point to the collections editor as follows: http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=53.0210235~-1.48398532&lvl=16&dir=0&sty=c&sp=point.53.0210235_-1.48398532_You%20are%20here
The problem is in the market parameter. See the Bing API 2.0 documentation: The market parameter is optional. If the parameter is not specified, the API will attempts to determine an applicable market through the use of logic such as the IP address of the request, cookies. and other elements. Compare two results for the same query using different ...
Looks as if it has been removed officially.. Check out this article from CNET. Along with that is this blog from Bing's Blog.
It is possible that the results would eventually be consistent. Many search engines actually balance requests across many server-farms and each server might give subtly different answers to any other. Partly this is just load balancing, but it is also by design as it reduces predictability of search position. As pages "settle" into a ranking, the results ...
Quotations do search by exact phrase. See the Bing documentation Search effectively that states: Search for exact phrases by placing the search words within quotation marks. For example, "short evergreen tree." Check that you don't have unusual settings or filters in your Bing settings.
I found it there is an FAQ at Zvents proper (not http://bing.zvents.com). How do I change my password? After you log in, click on the 'MyZvents' link displayed in the top right corner of any page. You can change your password by clicking on the 'Update Your Profile' link. Or, just go here: http://www.zvents.com/user/edit
this will work: http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=53.0210235~-1.48398532&lvl=18&dir=0&sty=o&sp=point.53.0210235_-1.48398532_You%20are%20here you have to vary the sty= parameter sty=o - birdeye perspective sty=c - doesent work see documentation here
Unless I'm misunderstanding the blog they are not doing away with the feature. I seem to recall map view menu having the following items: Satellite - old fuzzy satellite images Bird's Eye - new, closer, higher resolution satellite images Aerial - beautiful images taken by airplane. Not all areas included Aerial and some only included a single pass by ...
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