Seattle Station KIRO 7 Embeds CareerBuilder Job Search on Website to Help Job Seekers Find Work Faster

SEATTLE, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HR tech leader CareerBuilder and Seattle news station KIRO 7 are teaming up to spread awareness of local job openings, so that people who have lost work due to COVID-19 can find in-demand jobs in their area. KIRO 7 has embedded CareerBuilder’s job search on their website, kiro7.com/jobs and it is promoting the feature during its televised broadcast, calling viewers’ attention to the industries hiring right now and the postings available on CareerBuilder.  

“Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, KIRO 7 made a commitment to our viewers; in every newscast, we provide important and useful information on jobs and the economy,” said vice president and general manager of KIRO 7 Pat Nevin. “As Western Washington continues in our economic recovery, we will keep reporting on these vital issues. We are proud to partner with CareerBuilder to help inform our community of the hundreds

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Major Lifestyle and Performance Footwear Brand Launches Celebros Search Solution to Power Their eCommerce Website

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WOBURN, Mass., Dec 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
WOBURN, Mass., Dec. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bridgeline Digital, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLIN), a provider of cloud-based AI search solution, has announced that the Skechers online store in Indonesia will launch with Celebros Search as its search and product recommendations solution.

The launch of the new Skechers online store in Indonesia will continue a long-standing relationship Bridgeline has with parent company Mitra Adiperkasa (MAP). MAP is the leading lifestyle retailer in Indonesia with over 2,600 retail stores and a diversified portfolio that includes Skechers, Zara, Lacoste and many others.

The Celebros Search solution was selected because of its concept based, AI driven, search capabilities as well as its seamless integration with Magento, an eCommerce platform that powers many of MAP’s online stores. The Celebros Search solution integrates

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Large European Pet Store Selects Bridgeline’s Celebros Search Solution to Power Their eCommerce Website

WOBURN, Mass., Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bridgeline Digital, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLIN), a provider of cloud-based AI search solution, has announced a large European pet store has selected Celebros Search as their site search and conversion solution for their online store.

The company, headquartered in Ireland, ships products worldwide and recently revamped their website, integrating four smaller online stores into one single online presence. After revamping their online store they also needed to upgrade their online search. They selected Celebros after a brief trial that demonstrated its power and capabilities to increase conversions and improve the customer experience.

Celebros search offers Natural Language Processing (NLP) with machine learning and AI capabilities. This type of intelligent search understands user behavior to provide customers with accurate and relevant results and recommendations. In addition, Celebros Search offers many added features that help companies grow their online revenue by increasing average order value

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What does the pandemic mean for search?

Coronavirus has exposed just about every industry and vertical around us to volatility. And these sudden shifts in trends and behaviours have left small businesses worried about plummeting website traffic.



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But here is the catch: internet usage is higher than it has ever been.

An increasing number of people are accessing and purchasing essential services online. Meanwhile, industries catering to non-essential products and services are witnessing a major dip in their search traffic. 

Does this trend make you wonder whether SEO is still relevant for your small business? For many, the answer will be ‘yes’.

SEO not only increases website traffic but also helps to generate leads.

A great way to address the effects of coronavirus on search engine optimisation is to amplify the value proposition and work around search engine optimisation to make your business appear online for shifting trends. 

Here are different ways

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Five quick SEO wins to give your website a boost in search

30-second summary:

  • There are SEO tactics you can apply even without significant expertise.
  • These tactics even the playing field a bit for those who can’t hire a huge team or outsource to an agency.
  • Paying attention to things like images and hosting can give your site a boost.
  • There are simple link building tools that are free and easy to use.
  • Applying these tactics will help you get in the SEO game and give your website a boost in search.

SEO is not easy. In fact, there are around 200 factors that go into determining where your website appears in search results. As such, optimizing your site for search can be a daunting task. Companies hire full teams of SEO experts or outsource the work to agencies to handle the huge workload that can come with executing an effective SEO strategy. Many companies, like yours perhaps, don’t have the resources

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Five SEO tips to dominate local search this holiday season

30-second summary:

  • 60% of consumers have been shopping online more often since COVID-19.
  • Making your local SEO strategy a top priority for small retailers and those with multiple locations.
  • Shoppers are browsing more frequently and making more purchases, although they are smaller in value.
  • Local retailers should focus on creating in-store experiences online and pick up.
  • Understanding your local audience and optimizing at the hyper-local level is key.
  • Jim Yu, Founder and CEO of BrightEdge highlights five great ways your business can use local SEO to dominate search and translate it into sales this holiday season.

A shorter than usual shopping season, last-mile shipping uncertainty, and ongoing health and safety concerns are just a few of the factors driving wild shifts in consumer behavior in the lead-up to holiday season 2020. Given how wide-reaching and long-lasting the coronavirus pandemic is proving to be, we couldn’t possibly have predicted or envisioned

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Inside the FBI’s search for Ross Ulbricht, dark web kingpin of Silk Road

Through never-before-seen footage and in-depth interviews,  “The FBI Declassified” takes you inside the minds of heroic federal agents and analysts as they reveal how they solved some of the biggest cases of their careers.

Produced by Caroline Sommers and Emily Bernstein 

In 2011, the FBI became aware of an online black-market website, Silk Road, where users could buy and sell goods, including illegal drugs and weapons — even murders for hire were discussed. The site was run by an individual known only as the Dread Pirate Roberts, named after a character from the classic film “The Princess Bride.” An elite FBI cyber taskforce worked to infiltrate the site and identify its founder: Ross Ulbricht, a 29-year-old computer science engineer.

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Silk Road, accessed anonymously by users on the dark web, brought in approximately $1 billion in sales, according to investigators, with Ulbricht making millions by taking

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New Google Search Central site consolidates SEO resources

Google is modernizing and revamping its resources for Search Engine Optimizers, web developers, and site owners. “Google Search Central” is replacing “Webmasters Central,” while there’s a new website and blog.

According to the company, the term “webmaster” has become “archaic, and according to the data found in books, its use is in sharp decline.” Namely, “very few web professionals identify themselves as webmasters anymore,” as evidenced by a Google user experience study.

In brainstorming our new name, we realized that there’s not one term that perfectly summarizes the work people do on websites. To focus more on the topic that we talk about (Google Search), we’re changing our name from “Google Webmasters Central” to “Google Search Central”, both on our websites and on social media. 

Google Search Central retains the same goal of helping “people improve the visibility of their website on Google Search.” It starts with developers.google.com/search becoming home

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How to search all of Craigslist’s website at once

  • You can search all of Craigslist at once using a few third-party sites and apps.  
  • Craigslist doesn’t have many options for searching the site, and there’s no built-in way to search all Craigslist sites at once — you’re limited to your selected location.
  • You can use searchcraigslist.org to search all of Craigslist at once, but it offers little help with filtering or organization. 
  • CPlus for Craigslist is a mobile app that lets you choose specific cities to search through simultaneously. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories.

Craigslist is something of an enigma. It’s an incredibly popular site for buying and selling items, finding jobs, and taking part in discussion forums — it regularly ranks in the top 20 visited sites on the internet, according to SimilarWeb. Nonetheless, its user interface has been relatively unchanged for decades. The simple text-based website has no modern features and lacks conveniences

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Inside the FBI’s search for the dark web kingpin of Silk Road

Through never-before-seen footage and in-depth interviews,  “The FBI Declassified” takes you inside the minds of heroic federal agents and analysts as they reveal how they solved some of the biggest cases of their careers.



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Ross Ulbricht

Produced by Caroline Sommers and Emily Bernstein 

In 2011, the FBI became aware of an online black-market website, Silk Road, where users could buy and sell goods, including illegal drugs and weapons — even murders for hire were discussed. The site was run by an individual known only as the Dread Pirate Roberts, named after a character from the classic film “The Princess Bride.” An elite FBI cyber taskforce worked to infiltrate the site and identify its founder: Ross Ulbricht, a 29-year-old computer science engineer.

Sneak peek: The FBI Declassified: Dangerous Journey on the Silk Road

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