A new video social network named Ocho is being launched which promotes the ability for users to easily create and share short (8 second) high quality videos.
It's only Wednesday but there seem to be a surprising number of articles about Google algorithms. I found three on three different sites by three different authors that all kinds of tie together.
As a DuckDuckGo.com user I am often overly excited when they make headlines.
It's November, which means the 2015 SEO prediction blogs are starting to crop up.
Apparenty, there is some drama and advertising policy intrigue between the SF Appeal and Google Adsense ...
Google has been using Moffett Field, a NASA airfield, as the home for it's private jets.
Matt Cutts is extending his away time into 2015 and he is not not sure if he's gonna come back... here is the quote:
Even though 55% of the Internet is written in English, only about
Someone probably told @UPS social media department about how influencer outreach is a truly awesome branding tool.
Google has created embeddable consumer surveys and will pay webmasters 5 cents per click.
In addition to Yelp allowing users to write reviews and give a particular business a star rating, Groupon is now featuring a more interactive website targeting businesses owners and users to get mo
Chinese search engine Baidu officially took off it's training wheels, so to speak, reporting over $2 Billion in revenue for Q3 2014:
So here we go again talking
Being on a mobile performance kick lately, I found an article that sheds some light on mobile and desktop CTR and how there is still a massive difference between the two.
Ello is generating some buzz lately as a new social media platform specifically positioned as the "anti-Facebook." http://www.searchenginejournal.com/ello-new-facebook-killer-15-minute-fame-flame/1
Google Webmaster Central blog just posted this new update today: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2014/10/tracking-mobile-usability-in-webmaster.html
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Google has expanded its Knowledge Graph to include video games.
If you listen to any comedian ever, they have a bit about airlines. Celebrities also regularly vent their frustrations with various airlines via Twitter.
Brian Jensen shares an
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