Analysis of Three Personalized Search Tools in Relation to Information Search: iGoogle, LeapTag, and Yahoo! MyWeb
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Personalized search is becoming mainstream with the rollout of iGoogle. While only beginning to impact consumers, these search tools require search experts to retool and rethink how they optimize websites. Three personalized search tools are analyzed to illustrate common features related to the information search stage of the consumer buying process (Kotler & Keller, 2006, p. 191). Conclusions provide a summary of potential SEO (search engine optimization) tactics and five key considerations.
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