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Yandex: Playing the Cards to Win

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Working on improving its advertising opportunities and product offerings, Yandex will be a necessity if Google is ultimately forced out of Russia. Working on improving its advertising opportunities and product offerings, Yandex will be a necessity if Google is ultimately forced out of Russia. 0 Comments

Partnership Rewards Seahawks Fans for Searching with Bing

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Bing has been giving users rewards points for years, but a new partnership with the Seattle Seahawks marks the first time a third-party has been involved in the program. Bing has been giving users rewards points for years, but a new partnership with the Seattle Seahawks marks the first time a third-party has been involved in the program. 0 Comments

The Future of Augmented Reality

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Experts predict augmented reality will set the tone for future technological advances, as AR- and VR-driven platforms like Microsoft HoloLens progressively transition into the mainstream. Experts predict augmented reality will set the tone for future technological advances, as AR- and VR-driven platforms like Microsoft HoloLens progressively transition into the mainstream. 0 Comments

5 Modern-Day Alternatives to Link Building

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Things like social shares, third-party reviews and Nofollow links are just as valuable as traditional links, but don't carry the same risk of penalty or the stigma of "link building." Things like social shares, third-party reviews and Nofollow links are just as valuable as traditional links, but don't carry the same risk of penalty or the stigma of "link building." 0 Comments

You Autocomplete Me: Should Google Monitor Suggestions?

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A Hong Kong court found billionaire Albert Yeung has a right to go ahead with a defamation case against Google after a judge said the search engine has the ability to censor material. A Hong Kong court found billionaire Albert Yeung has a right to go ahead with a defamation case against Google after a judge said the search engine has the ability to censor material. 0 Comments

Larry & Sergey: Still Super Rich But No Longer Equally Rich, Says Forbes

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Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s billionaires. While most of the richest people in the world remain the same, one noteworthy change is that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are no longer tied for net worth. Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s billionaires. While most of the richest people in the world remain the same, one noteworthy change is that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are no longer tied for net worth. 0 Comments

Simplifying the Task of Pruning Links

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If you have 10,000 or more bad links to your site, cleaning up can seem like an insurmountable task, particularly if the people who acquired the bad links are no longer around to ask about what they did. Here's how you can simplify the process. If you have 10,000 or more bad links to your site, cleaning up can seem like an insurmountable task, particularly if the people who acquired the bad links are no longer around to ask about what they did. Here's how you can simplify the process. 0 Comments