Donald Trump tops Google image search - Video - CityNews Winnipeg Donald Trump tops Google image search When you look up the word ‘idiot’ on Google, guess whose picture pops up? Dilshad Burman with how people are ‘gaming’ the powerful search engine to make this happen. Jul 19, 2018, 5:48 PM TOP STORIES Friday, July 20th
Saying that people have strong feelings about U.S. President Donald Trump is an understatement. Since he began his presidential run two years ago through to his inauguration and beyond, Trump has courted controversy and divided opinions at every turn. But a Google image search seems to suggest that people the world over agree on a single word they can associate with the U.S. president: idiot. Giovanni Paola, senior manager of search engine optimization (SEO) at Rogers says internet users are influencing Google’s algorithm to create the result. In the video below Paola explains SEO and the role it plays in connecting a Trump image with the word “idiot” on Google. “It’s not Google taking sides on the political spectrum. It’s actually users themselves,” he said. “To deter
This might sound funny by now because we've been talking about Google adding voice query data and filters to the Google Search Console Search Analytics report a lot last year. In fact, Google said they will be doing so but then dialed that back a bit, only to later to request more details from the webmaster community.At this point, it is unclear if or when Google will let webmasters filter their Search Analytics reports by voice queries. The latest is from John Mueller of Google who wrote on Twitter the other day that bringing such a filter is "not out of the question."He said:We discuss that from time to time, it's not out of the question. I know folks ask about it a lot.We discuss that from time to time, it's not out of the question. I know folks ask about it a lot.— John ☆.o(
Updated July 19, 2018 09:35:50 Photo: Jarrod Sierocki believes he is the first person in Australia to sue Google, Microsoft and Yahoo for defamation. (ABC News: Mark Slade) A Brisbane businessman believes he is the first in the world to sue all three global online search engine giants in defamation claims worth more than $4 million.Jarrod Sierocki has filed fresh lawsuits against Microsoft and Yahoo as part of his bid to wipe false slurs from internet searches of his name.His claims in the Queensland Supreme Court are in addition to his ongoing suit against Google, which he lodged before winning a record damages award in 2015 in th...
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US President Donald Trump is leading the search of the word 'idiot' on Google's image search.When you type the word into Google’s image search, Trump's pictures are the first to appear. This is partially attributed to the Green Day song - American Idiot - which was used by protestors during his trip to London.It is also because of an online campaign that manipulates Google's algorithm to make sure Trump's picture is strongly linked to the word. On Reddit, people uploaded a post that contained Trump's photo along with the word idiot.According to a report in The Guardian, Google has refused to intervene in the matter and this has not gone down well with Trump supporters.Google said that it does not 'play God' with its ranking algorithms and that 'subtleties of language'
Donald Trump is the first result if you Google Image search 'idiot'Donald Trump shows up when searching for 'idiot' on Google Image SearchThis followed a campaign to push Green Day's American Idiot into the chartsTrump is currently under fire for defending Russia over the 2016 US election By Madhvi Mavadiya Published: 11:17 BST, 17 July 2018 | Updated: 11:17 BST, 17 July 2018 Despite Donald Trump declaring that his IQ is ‘one of the highest’, internet users have discovered that a picture of the US President is the first result when you Google Image search the word ‘idiot’.This revelation emerged soon after a social media campaign to push the 2004 Green Day song American Idiot up the charts in the United Kingdom to reach the top spot, ahead of Trump’s UK vis
The Google Material Theme is coming to more and more products as seen with Android P DP4 and Google Maps just last month. This new look is now being tested in one aspect of the Google app, while a related redesign of the Google Feed is more widely rolling out. Nintendo Switch In recent weeks, we’ve spotted the Google app testing a new search bar directly underneath the logo and just above the list of Feed articles. This new design drops the previous slightly rounded, rectangular box for a pill-shaped search bar. This faint gray outlined boundary drops the shadow effect for a cleaner look that is inline with Google’s Material Theme, as well as the proliferation of pill buttons throughout the company’s recent updates. Meanwhile, back in April, the Google app began testing a new loo
IoT search engine exposes passwords of over 30,000 vulnerable DVRs A researcher has discovered that it’s easier than ever before to hack at least one brand of internet-enabled DVR, as an IoT search engine has cached their passwords within search results.Read more in my article on the Bitdefender BOX blog. Read the full article Algolia Trends
Mordy Oberstein from RankRanger has reported that the Google mobile search results interface has seen a dramatic increase in the number of image thumbnails displayed in the mobile search results. In fact, according to RankRanger data, there was a 183 percent increase on July 13, 2018 — from 15.7 percent of all mobile page one search results containing image thumbnails to 44.5 percent. That trend has continued to hold for several days. Here is the chart showing the sudden increase in mobile thumbnails: The percentage of Google mobile search results showing image thumbnails jumped significantly on July 13 and continues to hold steady at 44.5 percent. What do image thumbnails look like in the mobile results? Well, you have a pretty good chance of seeing them y