About a month ago Jacob King wrote an interesting post on his blog about how RetailMeNot.com ranks so well in the search results.
Over at Search Engine Land Barry Schwartz has a post about Google confirmin
A few months ago I was accepted to be a Google Glass beta tester through their #IfIhadGlass program.
In a not-to-surprising move, Reddit has removed /r/atheism from the default home page of the website.
Is Matt Cutts wearing a ThreadWatch.org logo on his shirt here???
A post over at Search Engine Land by Ginny Marvin shows a new test by Google on their paid l
Inc magazine published a list of 29 sites for free images written by Chelsea Blacker from Blue Glass UK.
Our story begins yesterday when user GrowMap submitted a story about a change in how Technora
In the middle of submitting a post on Technorati, a writer who has written there for years received this message:
I'm not an Instagram user, probably because I'm too old to enjoy seeing my food in Sepia filter, mostly because I got my fill of that by watching the Wonder Years.
A recent Google Webmaster video has Matt Cutts answering a question posed by AJ Kohn: "How has query syntax changed since voice search has become more popu
Google just made a post to their official blog about webmasters who use tricks to change the
I will admit that I have a certain soft spot in my heart for digital pirates.
Barry Schwartz investigates if the Link Detox tool from Link Research Tools is valuable at all using a Google Webmaster Help
Yet again google say if you have built content/articles (guest blogs) to publish on other sites for the intent of getting a link then you should nofollow it unless you are a "journalist"
Nothing new here, yet, it's always good to read another rant on that.
Tad shares a good case study on removing the manual penalty from one of his clients.
And we continue our guess game (with lack of actual official statements, what else can we do?)
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