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  1. Nuances of Spanish Language Search Marketing

    This post will help you understand the nuances of Spanish language search marketing and what you can do to help your campaigns over the hurdles that are often faced with so many countries, cultures, and dialects under a single language.

  2. Can Bing Predict Reality Show Winners?

    Bing is using search and social signals to display predictions in its search results for how contestants of popular reality TV shows will fare. Bing said more types of predictions will be coming in the future as well.

  3. Are All Sitewide Links Unnatural?

    While sitewide links can be unnatural, they can also be really good links! Here's how you can evaluate sitewide links pointing to your site and determine whether it's a good link or if you should try to remove or disavow these links.

  4. Rank Still Matters in the Age of Secure Search

    Rank is about the user experience. If rank is the doorway to success in search engine optimization, conversion is the ultimate success. The more you can use rank metrics to inform your conversion efforts, the more successful you will be.

  5. Schema.org Introduces New Elements for Actions

    Schema is expanding its markup to include Actions, Potential Actions, and Entry Points. According to schema.org, the new schema is for helping websites "to describe the actions they enable and how these actions can be invoked."

  6. PostJoint Google Penalty Fallout Continues

    PostJoint has reconfirmed their penalty in Google. The penalty was for unnatural inbound links, which seems to be Google's stock penalty for blog networks. It was not a new business model violations penalty, as has been reported elsewhere.

  7. Google Trends Now Lets You Subscribe to Search Topics

    Google has announced a new feature to enable people to follow trending topics happening in the world or even down to a specific country, as well as to receive notifications from Google on any specific topic they like, all of which are sent via email.