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Search Benefits Pages & Usability
A new thread at Cre8asite Forums named The Future of Benefits Pages? touches on the subject of regardless of whether or not we will be locked into the current way the search engines show the outcomes on a page. The thread points to a blog entry named Innovations in Search Benefits Pages, where he asked the query &ldquowhat tends to make it the proper interface solve for displaying search benefits&rdquo? He asked this to a nice group of panelist, Peter Norvig, Google Mark Everly Quinn Fletcher, Ask Jeeves Udi Manber, A9 Ken Norton, Yahoo! Jakob Nielsen, NN Group (very interesting study).
Bill adds to the thread with a complete listing of papers and articles about the subject. Stock (Grumpus) also adds his thoughts saying
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Gem of a thread.
Barry Schwartz is the Editor of Search Engine Roundtable and President of RustyBrick, Inc., recessed arms loveseat a Web services firm specializing in customized online technologies that aids companies lower fees and increase sales.