Search engine features have quickly become an integral part of the way we interact with information. As a result, they are continuously being upgraded and optimized, in order to provide users with more relevant information at a faster pace.
Recently, Yahoo! went through a rebranding process, with notable changes being made to the logo. The changes are also intended to signify a more customized search experience that excels at providing financial advice, world news, as well as weather reports.
Other search engine features that were recently changed include the Google News Tab, which was redesigned to focus on readability. The new News Tab now presents text boxes for users to preview news articles when searching.
Lastly, Google updated its search engine algorithm to highlight original reporting. Google made this change to drive traffic to the original publisher, as well as show users more current information.
From Search Engine Redesigns to Original Content Search Engines
Readability Search Engine Updates
The Google News Tab is Being Redesinged
Search Engine Tennis Games
Google Has Added an 8-Bit Wimbledon Game into the Search Bar
Domain-Based Search Engine Updates
The New Google Search Update Limits Same Site Results
Original Content Search Engines
Google Searches Algorithms Will Now Highlight Original Reporting
Search Engine Share Functions
A Google Share Button is Currently Being Tested
Podcast-Finding Search Engine Functions
Google Unveils Its Playable Podcasts Search Capabilities
Search Engine Redesigns
Yahoo! Partnered with Pentagram to Redesign Its Logo and Brand Identity
Education-Based Search Engine Features
Google Has Expanded Its College Searching Function
Internal Data Search Platforms
The 'Biome' Search Platform Quickly Locates Essential Documents
Decision-Making Search Campaigns
Coca-Cola's The Search of a Lifetime Helps with Decision Fatigue
Sitcom-Celebrating Search Engine Perks
Google Celebrates Friends' 25th with Character Easter Eggs
Search Engine Adoption Campaigns
Güd's 'Rescue Dogz' Takes Advantage of Commonly Misspelled Breeds