A bit of fun for today. From the Twittersphere, Google for "cartoonist" and you'll get a little career advice right away.
Moz just published a study of 1000 consumers, revealing that 67% of consumers - that's more than
By now, most SEOs are familiar with the Right to Be Forgotten legislation in Europe, which allows individuals to request removal of content surrounding their name from Google's index.
A very interesting article (and lots of more great content linked to from it) on how search algorithm is
I couldn't resist a tile like that, sorry!
According to Nominet, the star wars domain names held by this UK company have to be handed over to Disney.
Over on Bill Slawski's Google Plus page there's an interesting discussion about what Wikipedia considers "notable" going on.
Found an interesting thread on WebmasterWorld today about outsourcing some tasks to places like Fiverr, mturk, cragslist, odesk/upwork,
A famous ketchup manufacturer let one of its promo domain lapse, and a savvy adult webmaster picked it up.
Some legislation passed in Europe has been hitting the news lately.
Today, Yahoo! published their Q2 progress report.
Have you noticed a surge in referral visits to your website lately? When you try to track them down, does it only lead to confusion?
One of Google’s handy features is its ability to autocomplete a search queries. But do you think that you could guess the Google autocomplete results?
The website called Unidexed was created by Matthew Rothenberg in early Feburary. This strange website was coded to erase itself once Google indexed it, which happened about 3 weeks.
Google has announced that they are shutting down Helpouts, its service that connects users that need help with experts who can offer help over a live-streaming video session. The deciding fac
Yahoo Labs has developed a machine learning algorithm that can identify beautiful portraits and separate them from lose that are less than lovely.
In an article on TechCrunch, it was stated that starting March 1, 2015 China will begin forcing users of web services to register with their real name and their ID.
A little while ago Google got into the domain registration game on an invite-only basis. Now, after about 6 months of testing, they have decided to open up domain registration to all US users.
Who could have thought!
One thing I used to love about Google search was the breadcrumb feature, where I could click on the link to a higher level category page if the main link Google served me was not what I was actuall
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