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Building Future Safe Links – 5 Questions to Ask Yourself

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Google has once again updated its guidelines to cite low-quality guest posts as a form of thin or unoriginal content. How can you make sure your links are safe? Google has updated its guidelines to cite low-quality guest posts as a form of thin or unoriginal content. How can you make sure your links are safe? 0 Comments

Here's Why Your Editorial Calendar Isn't Working...

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They said that content was king and that editorial calendars would be our pathway to the kingdom. Maybe all of that is true. But if your editorial calendar isn't producing the results you had hoped for, here's why and what you can do about it. They said that content was king and that editorial calendars would be our pathway to the kingdom. Maybe all of that is true. But if your editorial calendar isn't producing the results you had hoped for, here's why and what you can do about it. 0 Comments

Google Commissioned Report Aims to Protect Search Engine Free Speech Rights

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In drawing comparisons to newspapers and other media outlets, scholar Eugene Volokh makes the case against government intervention in search results with a compelling argument to protect the First Amendment editorial rights of Google's algorithm. In drawing comparisons to newspapers and other media outlets, scholar Eugene Volokh makes the case against government intervention in search results with a compelling argument to protect the First Amendment editorial rights of Google's algorithm. 0 Comments

Free Listings Gone At LookSmart

In mid-May, LookSmart ceased accepting free submissions to the US-edition of its directory. The company says that this is not yet a permanent move. In mid-May, LookSmart ceased accepting free submissions to the US-edition of its directory. The company says that this is not yet a permanent move. 0 Comments

Amazon Paid Placements Raise Ethics Questions

Amazon is not a search engine, but the recent revelations that publishers have paid for placement within the service have caused questions to be raised about paid placements within search engines. Amazon is not a search engine, but the recent revelations that publishers have paid for placement within the service have caused questions to be raised about paid placements within search engines. 0 Comments