Here's another great idea from Google:
1. Create a slew of broken results through a cocked-up algo update,
So we like assuming Google is super smart: It knows what synonyms are, it can detect unnatural language, it can understand the page markup and identify which part of it is more important (content-h
Remember the good old days of SEO, when everyone would wait with baited breath for the monthly Google Dance?
As a user I've been finding Google's search results to be increasingly irrelevant, but I've never really been able to put my finger on it.
Excellent post by Kev Strong about an employee at HMV who tweeted live as her and 60 other employees got fired.
The thing is... she did it on the @HMV Twitter handle!
Xanga are having problems with spam overloading their servers:
Here's a decent write up on how to get Facebook likes on the cheap.
Possibly retaliation for its coverage of scandal, possibly misdirection - Obviously a very sophisticated effort, and not the first time attacks originated in China.
The new Microsoft Office suite has launched! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-21247688
I am running an informal discussion thread in a few places, including right here, asking people about what SEO skills they're glad they have from their SEO days for marketing in our social search m
Apparently G+ is the second largest community.
Just saw this on the BBC. Storm in teacup? Or Teacup spilling moment?
Astonishing stuff. Nice to see TW under Jim's care. Who's have thought this thing would still be going in 2013!
In this video, search engine starlet, Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo, talks
Google has updated Google images, so that you no longer need to visit the website Google got the image from when you click it!
Dan Petrovic has outlined how he found new Google Ads to build up your Google+ followers for pages.
So earlier today there was a thread on here about Rand Fishkin and BlackHat Link Building. It was posted by Shoemoney, and later Shoemoney decided to delete the thread here.
Google recently applied for an experimental license from the FCC to "test up to 50 base stations and 200 user devices [...] Base stations will be indoors and outdoors, with the range of each 100-20
In a private conversation with Joost (Yoast.com) and others, we uncovered a giant list of new schema;s, where we don't have an idea when these got published.
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