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Algorithmic Trading in a Data-full World

By Jen Burns in Big Data, Cartoons, Featured, Personalization on April 16, 2014

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Algorithmic trading in the stock market moves millions of shares by breaking up the big buy/sell orders into a series of smaller ones. Yet, on the flip side, algorithmic trading is also used to sew smaller orders together to make bigger moves all at once. Kevin Slavin mentioned this in his 2011 Ted Talk.

June Personalization Round Up

By Dan Darnell in Featured, Personalization on June 28, 2012

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The Personalization Roundup is an ongoing blog series featuring the most evocative news, articles and blogs curated by Baynote each month highlighting the rapidly growing topic of web personalization. Over the last month we saw an uptick in articles examining the role of personalization in developing more targeted web search and social media strategies. From a former Microsoft director launching a personalized recommendation iPhone app ... Read More »

Why Does Google Hate Personalization?

By Jen Burns in Onsite Search, Personalization on March 20, 2012

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Earlier this month, Google announced that their encrypted search is going global. First deployed in October on google.com, it appears SSL encryption will now expand to other localized Google domains. The SEO community is still unhappy – and rightfully so. Although the percentage varies, site owners are seeing a significant portion of search ... Read More »