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Using the web to look for work

Bernard J. Jansen, Karen J. Jansen, Amanda Spink
2005 Internet Research  
., 1999) , including many reporting topic specific research such as multimedia searching (Jansen, Goodrum, and Spink, 2000) .  ...  Jansen and Pooch (2001) provide useful definitions for key terminology. A term is any series of characters separated by white space.  ... 
doi:10.1108/10662240510577068 fatcat:4fttirorfzfshlnsdhrauodapq

Book review

Bernard J. Jansen
2006 Information Processing & Management  
., Ettredge, Gerdes, & Karuga, 2005; Jansen, Jansen, & Spink, 2005) .  ...  has watched the competition come and go, serves relevant results as good as any other engine in the field (c.f., Jansen & Molina, 2006) , has always been a major player, and is still a major player today  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2006.01.004 fatcat:6idnnhboufgybalpmlkqzzzbxq

Use Cases and Outlooks for Automatic Analytics [article]

Joni Salminen, Bernard J. Jansen
2018 arXiv   pre-print
For example, in search-engine advertising, brands are bidding against one another (Jansen & Schuster, 2011) .  ...  In search-engine advertising, Quality Scores are important because they influence the click prices paid by the advertisers (Jansen & Schuster, 2011; Salminen, 2009) .  ... 
arXiv:1810.00358v1 fatcat:qklifogenjg4dnadkqq6fbn2lu

Learning about Potential Users of Collaborative Information Retrieval Systems [article]

Madhu Reddy, Bernard J. Jansen
2009 arXiv   pre-print
We are exploring these features in our CIR prototypes (Reddy and Jansen, 2008) .  ...  We have used the term collaborative information behavior (CIB) in our research studies (Reddy and Jansen, 2008) .  ... 
arXiv:0908.0764v1 fatcat:jehmlh4arrc63g77ueddwt4c7u

The ubiquitous and increasingly significant status message

Bernard J. Jansen, Abdur Chowdury, Geoff Cook
2010 Interactions  
About the Authors Bernard J. (Jim) Jansen is an associate professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at The Pennsylvania State University.  ...  Jansen has more than 200 publications in the area of information technology and systems, with articles appearing in a multidisciplinary range of journals and conferences.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1744161.1744165 fatcat:ljnugroczzcvznxugapllfbfvm

Searching for digital images on the web

Bernard J. Jansen
2008 Journal of Documentation  
Jansen et al. (2003) did examine searching on federated multimedia collections on AltaVista In their analysis, Jansen et al. (2003) compared general web, audio, image, and video web searching.  ...  These studies (Goodrum and Spink, 2001; Jansen et al., 2005; Ö zmultu et al., 2003; Spink and Jansen, 2004) provide insight into some of the session and query characteristics of image searching by web  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220410810844169 fatcat:xmkysa4ywndqthtzxbtry56sxa

Coverage, relevance, and ranking

Caroline M. Eastman, Bernard J. Jansen
2003 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
J. Jansen Table XIII.  ...  the queries with operators [Jansen 2000 ].  ... 
doi:10.1145/944012.944015 fatcat:cgsjmxe455etra5j2lbc66jrey

Business engagement on Twitter: a path analysis

Mimi Zhang, Bernard J. Jansen, Abdur Chowdhury
2011 Electronic Markets  
Our research extends the work of Jansen et al. (2009) by focusing on the interaction aspect of business and consumer engagement in the eWOM communication platform.  ...  Jansen et al. (2009) researched word-of-mouth communication on Twitter and found that about one fifth of all tweets contain the name of a brand, product, or service.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-011-0065-z fatcat:j2ou3oz6o5abdc2d5zkblxkvj4

Multitasking during Web search sessions

Amanda Spink, Minsoo Park, Bernard J. Jansen, Jan Pedersen
2006 Information Processing & Management  
Results This paper extends results reported in Spink, Park, Jansen, and Pedersen (2004) .  ...  Typical Web search sessions are two queries, and some Web search sessions contain three or more queries (Spink & Jansen, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2004.10.004 fatcat:qb4ka3jp3rdx3ernbvw5bq32ke

Searching the Web: a survey of EXCITE users

Amanda Spink, Judy Bateman, Bernard J. Jansen
1999 Internet Research  
The 120 Searching the Web: a survey of EXCITE users Amanda Spink, Judy Bateman and Bernard J.  ...  J.  ... 
doi:10.1108/10662249910264882 fatcat:k7cz4kypdrduvbuaic4th6ly4a

U.S. versus European web searching trends

Amanda Spink, Seda Ozmutlu, Huseyin C. Ozmutlu, Bernard J Jansen
2002 SIGIR Forum  
Previous studies show that approximately 84% of Excite users were located in the United States (Spink, Bateman & Jansen, 1998) .  ...  The mean length of Excite user sessions has not changed significantly from 1997 to 2001 (Spink, Jansen, Wolfram & Saracevic, 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1145/792550.792555 fatcat:kfzmozmfmfapbc5hn6er3f5vsu

Searching for people on Web search engines

Amanda Spink, Bernard J. Jansen, Jan Pedersen
2004 Journal of Documentation  
This is substantially higher performance than reported in other studies of Web effectiveness (Jansen and Spink, 2003) .  ...  "John Smith', that one may assume are required to effectively process a personal name query (Jansen et al., 2000; Spink et al., 2002a) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220410410534176 fatcat:6p6yuryhrfelfhk5j34xewpfi4

Seeking and implementing automated assistance during the search process

Bernard J. Jansen
2005 Information Processing & Management  
Jansen and Spink (2003) report that more than 26% of all Web sessions were 5 min or less.  ...  Many searchers have difficulty effectively utilizing IR systems (Jansen, Spink, & Saracevic, 1998; Yee, 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2004.04.017 fatcat:xabijtbfbfc4tphuqugdtqz3ma

Smart marketing or bait & switch

Mark A. Rosso, Bernard J. Jansen
2010 Proceedings of the 4th workshop on Information credibility - WICOW '10  
The business models of major Internet search engines depend on online advertising, primarily in the form of search engine keyword advertising. In recent years, a controversy surrounding keyword advertising has gained notoriety worldwide, in both the international court systems and the media. It concerns a form of potential "bait and switch" advertising where a consumer, searching using the brand name of one company, is presented with an advertisement by a competitor of the searched-for brand.
more » ... arched-for brand. Sometimes, this competitor's ad copy contains the name of the searched for brand as well. This practice has been referred to as "piggybacking". Given the particular need for consumer trust in ecommerce, one might question the overall value of piggybacking. In the U.S. in particular, the legality of this practice, and the potential liability of the search engines for contributing to trademark infringement, is unclear. However, the eventual resolutions of the issue by the U.S. and international courts could significantly and negatively impact the business model of Internet search engines. In this paper, the actual prevalence of piggybacking of major brands in U.S. search engines is investigated. One hundred search queries consisting solely of one of the 100 top global brand names were submitted to three major search engines, Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft's. Analysis of 8,345 results from the search engine results pages showed only 4 percent of sponsored ads triggered by competitors' trademarked terms. There was even lower use of trademark terms in ads by competitors. Thus, competitive piggybacking does not appear to be a widespread phenomenon. Possible explanations for this are discussed, and suggestions for future research are given.
doi:10.1145/1772938.1772946 dblp:conf/www/RossoJ10 fatcat:bdnrbkotorcdto74ggzo35ffsy

Sponsored Search: Is Money a Motivator for Providing Relevant Results?

Bernard J. Jansen, Amanda Spink
2007 Computer  
Bernard J. Jansen, The Pennsylvania State University Amanda Spink, Queensland University of Technology S earch engines have become indispensable to interacting on the Web.  ...  Bernard J. Jansen is an assistant professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University.  ...  Jansen received a PhD in computer science from Texas A&M University. Contact him at jjansen@ acm.org.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2007.290 fatcat:7epnqvkk5zfphfttelznga2r3u
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