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Beyond Links: Why Google Will Rank Facts in the Future

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Google researchers are currently working on a new algorithm that will base its rankings on links with content that's proven to be factual, rather than those that are popular. Google researchers are currently working on a new algorithm that will base its rankings on links with content that's proven to be factual, rather than those that are popular. 0 Comments

Could Google Suggest Be Used to Send Coded Messages?

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Google Suggest could be used to transmit secret messages in plain sight. That's the message from a stenography specialist who says spies and terrorists might try to send messages undetected by creating a coded message based on search suggestions. Google Suggest could be used to transmit secret messages in plain sight. That's the message from a stenography specialist who says spies and terrorists might try to send messages undetected by creating a coded message based on search suggestions. 0 Comments

How to Get Links from Journalists

Getting links from established media can often be a difficult and daunting task. Here are several tips for SEO agencies and online marketers on how to approach journalists and give them a good reason to link to you. Getting links from established media can often be a difficult and daunting task. Here are several tips for SEO agencies and online marketers on how to approach journalists and give them a good reason to link to you. 0 Comments

Search Engines Uncover Compromising Documents

Using a search engine and free software tools, it's possible to dig up hidden -- even deleted -- information in documents posted to public web sites. Using a search engine and free software tools, it's possible to dig up hidden -- even deleted -- information in documents posted to public web sites. 0 Comments

Suggest a Site for the Search Engine Torture Test

Help the editors of Search Engine Watch by suggesting an 'ideal' site that should invariably appear in the top ten search results for a specific query. Help the editors of Search Engine Watch by suggesting an 'ideal' site that should invariably appear in the top ten search results for a specific query. 0 Comments