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Link Network Buzzea Calls Google Penalty 'Abusive'

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It's been a few weeks since Google's Matt Cutts publicly announced the demise of the link networks (remember Backlinks.com and Anglo Rank?). But Cutts revealed via Twitter the latest recipient of a penalty is French link network Buzzea. It's been a few weeks since Google's Matt Cutts publicly announced the demise of the link networks (remember Backlinks.com and Anglo Rank?). But Cutts revealed via Twitter the latest recipient of a penalty is French link network Buzzea. 0 Comments

Google Penguin 2.0 Update is Live

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The much anticipated next generation of Google Penguin went live this evening. Google's Matt Cutts announced the algorithmic update will affect 2.3 percent of English U.S. queries and significantly larger impact on spam than the original Penguin. The much anticipated next generation of Google Penguin went live this evening. Google's Matt Cutts announced the algorithmic update will affect 2.3 percent of English U.S. queries and significantly larger impact on spam than the original Penguin. 0 Comments

Going Global: Localize Your Message for Holiday Retail Traffic

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The holiday season is nearing and retailers are gearing up to attract an influx of shoppers. Here are four ways e-commerce companies can reach a wide scope of holiday consumers in different cultures and increase revenues and build brand loyalty. The holiday season is nearing and retailers are gearing up to attract an influx of shoppers. Here are four ways e-commerce companies can reach a wide scope of holiday consumers in different cultures and increase revenues and build brand loyalty. 0 Comments

When Machines Start Writing Back: My Problem With DataPop & Automated Content Creation

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Through their Creative Science technology platform, DataPop leverages the power of big data analysis to automatically generate PPC ad creative. Are human content creators, formerly known as writers, about to be terminated by our new robot overlords? Through their Creative Science technology platform, DataPop leverages the power of big data analysis to automatically generate PPC ad creative. Are human content creators, formerly known as writers, about to be terminated by our new robot overlords? 0 Comments

International SEO 101

International SEO, otherwise known as global SEO or multilingual SEO, is an important component to an effective global Internet marketing strategy. International SEO, otherwise known as global SEO or multilingual SEO, is an important component to an effective global Internet marketing strategy. 0 Comments

Translating Keywords Should Never EVER Happen

Keywords are the fruit of a language, hanging on the branches of trees that grew and were nurtured in the local climate and are rooted in the local culture. Translation can't predict that. Keywords are the fruit of a language, hanging on the branches of trees that grew and were nurtured in the local climate and are rooted in the local culture. Translation can't predict that. 0 Comments

Speaking in Tongues at Google

Google has introduced nine new interface languages, allowing you to search in 47 languages other than English. Google has introduced nine new interface languages, allowing you to search in 47 languages other than English. 0 Comments

AltaVista Debuts Search Features

AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. Those performing a standard web search at the service may now receive information from up to four different sources on the search results page, a combination that AltaVista has dubbed "Full View Searching." The hope is that more sources mean better odds that a searcher will come away with relevant results AltaVista introduced a number of significant new search features in October, including the display of relevant results from the Ask Jeeves answer service, a new filtering option and a photo search service. Those performing a standard web search at the service may now receive information from up to four different sources on the search results page, a combination that AltaVista has dubbed "Full View Searching." The hope is that more sources mean better odds that a searcher will come away with relevant results 0 Comments