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Hidden From Google: New Website Reveals 'Forgotten' Search Results

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In the wake of recent European rulings on the "right to be forgotten", a new website has popped up. Called Hidden From Google, the goal of the website is provide a list of the censored search terms, censored links, and the source. A new website called Hidden From Google aims to reveal all the links search engines are forced to remove following the "right to be forgotten" ruling. 0 Comments

New Google Newsstand App Replaces Play Magazines, Currents

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Google has released a Google Play Newsstand app for Android. The new arrival replaces Google Play Magazines and Google Currents to provide a one-stop shop for digital news feeds and magazine in a single, seamless feed. Google has released a Google Play Newsstand app for Android. The new arrival replaces Google Play Magazines and Google Currents to provide a one-stop shop for digital news feeds and magazine in a single, seamless feed. 0 Comments

Google Facing U.S. Antitrust Probe Over Display Ad Sales

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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is on the brink of launching a fresh antitrust probe into Google, over alleged misconduct over how it handles its display advertising business. The probe was spurred on by competing display advertising firms. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is on the brink of launching a fresh antitrust probe into Google, over alleged misconduct over how it handles its display advertising business. The probe was spurred on by competing display advertising firms. 0 Comments

Moving Forward With a Broken Compass: A Plea to SEOs

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The people who pay your bills put a lot of trust in you. They need your direction, guidance and expertise. Take pride in your work or don't do it. Always remember there are real people behind the numbers you put into your spreadsheet. The people who pay your bills put a lot of trust in you. They need your direction, guidance and expertise. Take pride in your work or don't do it. Always remember there are real people behind the numbers you put into your spreadsheet. 0 Comments

Google St. Patrick's Day 2013 Logo Gets Animated With Irish Step Dancing

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Google is wishing users a happy St. Patrick's Day today with a cute animated Google Doodle featuring a group of six Irish step dancers (five girls and a boy) all dressed in green, with each bearing one of the letters making up Google's name. Google is wishing users a happy St. Patrick's Day today with a cute animated Google Doodle featuring a group of six Irish step dancers (five girls and a boy) all dressed in green, with each bearing one of the letters making up Google's name. 0 Comments

Google Maps Business Photos Panoramic Interiors Easier to Access

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Improvements to Google Maps Business Photos offer searchers panoramic views of more business interiors. Users can now simply drag and drop an orange Pegman on a business with available interior photos (indicated by small orange circles on the map). Improvements to Google Maps Business Photos offer searchers panoramic views of more business interiors. Users can now simply drag and drop an orange Pegman on a business with available interior photos (indicated by small orange circles on the map). 0 Comments

How to Take Advantage of Google AdWords’ Improved Geotargeting

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Google recently launched their improved geotargeting capabilities. Geotargeting is a powerful tool to help target key areas, and avoid others. It is also a great way to take a step deeper into the data available to make smarter optimizations. Google recently launched their improved geotargeting capabilities. Geotargeting is a powerful tool to help target key areas, and avoid others. It is also a great way to take a step deeper into the data available to make smarter optimizations. 0 Comments

Google Pays INRIX Millions to Improve Real-Time Traffic Data

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Google has awarded real-time traffic information company INRIX a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract to provide Google Maps and Google’s mobile navigation applications with crowd-sourced traffic data from more than 30 million sources. Google has awarded real-time traffic information company INRIX a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract to provide Google Maps and Google’s mobile navigation applications with crowd-sourced traffic data from more than 30 million sources. 0 Comments

YouTube Wants a Piece of the Canadian Movie Rental Pie

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Google-owned YouTube announced the launch of an online movie rental program for Canadian viewers last week. With over a thousand titles available for $4 to $5, YouTube wants to break into Canada’s movie/TV rental market. Lookout, Netflix? Google-owned YouTube announced the launch of an online movie rental program for Canadian viewers last week. With over a thousand titles available for $4 to $5, YouTube wants to break into Canada’s movie/TV rental market. Lookout, Netflix? 0 Comments

Microsoft Updates Ad Policies on Relevance & Quality

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Microsoft adCenter has updated their terms of service for relevance and quality. The update clarifies policies on deceptive ads and hinders direct response advertising. The changes are being implemented officially this week in the U.S. and Canada. Microsoft adCenter has updated their terms of service for relevance and quality. The update clarifies policies on deceptive ads and hinders direct response advertising. The changes are being implemented officially this week in the U.S. and Canada. 0 Comments

Shareholder Sues Google For Aiding Illegal Drug Sales

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A Google shareholder has filed a lawsuit against Google CEO Larry Page and the entire board of directors for unspecified damages because the company allowed advertising from online pharmacies and facilitated the “illegal importation” of drugs. A Google shareholder has filed a lawsuit against Google CEO Larry Page and the entire board of directors for unspecified damages because the company allowed advertising from online pharmacies and facilitated the “illegal importation” of drugs. 0 Comments

How to Win a Trip to SES San Francisco

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For SES San Francisco we’re launching an “Attendees Choice Contest” that could garner you a trip to attend the conference (August 15-19th, 2011) for FREE. Yes, free entrance to SES San Francisco 2011 and your air fare & hotel stay will be covered! For SES San Francisco we’re launching an “Attendees Choice Contest” that could garner you a trip to attend the conference (August 15-19th, 2011) for FREE. Yes, free entrance to SES San Francisco 2011 and your air fare & hotel stay will be covered! 0 Comments

SEO Your Website For Foreign Market Acquisition

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How can a U.S. company expand its presence in an English-speaking foreign markets? An overview of the pros and cons from an SEO and marketing standpoint, as well as some of the major SEO considerations. How can a U.S. company expand its presence in an English-speaking foreign markets? An overview of the pros and cons from an SEO and marketing standpoint, as well as some of the major SEO considerations. 0 Comments

SES Toronto 2011 Coverage

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SES Toronto rolled into Canada this week. The leading search and social marketing event provided keynotes and many great sessions for marketers on SEO, PPC, social media, video, and much more. Here's a roundup of coverage of the event. SES Toronto rolled into Canada this week. The leading search and social marketing event provided keynotes and many great sessions for marketers on SEO, PPC, social media, video, and much more. Here's a roundup of coverage of the event. 0 Comments

Canadian Watchdog Wants Privacy Audit Of Google

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Seems auditing Google's privacy policies and actions is becoming a popular demand these days, only months after the FTC required Google to submit to bi annual audits a privacy watchdog is demanding the same be done with Canada. Seems auditing Google's privacy policies and actions is becoming a popular demand these days, only months after the FTC required Google to submit to bi annual audits a privacy watchdog is demanding the same be done with Canada. 0 Comments