I had to share this "History of Search" infographic; it's uber-long but a lot of fun to read. Thank goodness we're not still self-indexing our sites.
Does anybody else think that Twitter is a glaring omission here? I search via Twitter constantly, and I'd imagine that I'm not the only one. On a similar note, I'm not sure that the +1 button has earned its spot on this overview, being that we've only been able to imagine its potential thus far. Anyhow, if nothing else, this chart makes it clear that, if you don't have an organic search strategy by now, you're a bit behind the times. Enjoy!
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