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Search Engine Indexation Analysis: A Simple Guide

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A thorough analysis shows content that is receiving some impressions further down in the results and could use some extra attention. Here's how you can truly understand what is being indexed and showing in the search results of Google and Bing. A thorough analysis shows content that is receiving some impressions further down in the results and could use some extra attention. Here's how you can truly understand what is being indexed and showing in the search results of Google and Bing. 0 Comments

Google Whipped by Censorship Ruling in Max Mosley S&M Case

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Former Formula One racing president Max Mosley beat Google in a French court which ruled Google must police certain S&M images of Mosley from showing up in the search results for a period of five years. Google said the ruling prohibits freedom of expression. Former Formula One racing president Max Mosley beat Google in a French court which ruled Google must police certain S&M images of Mosley from showing up in the search results for a period of five years. Google said the ruling prohibits freedom of expression. 0 Comments

Bing No Longer Complying With Court-Ordered Defamatory Content Removals?

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Several attorneys experienced in Internet defamation law allege that search engine Bing has recently changed its policy and is no longer complying with court-ordered removals of defamatory content. Bing denies that any of its practices have changed. Several attorneys experienced in Internet defamation law allege that search engine Bing has recently changed its policy and is no longer complying with court-ordered removals of defamatory content. Bing denies that any of its practices have changed. 0 Comments

Does Duplicate Content From Terms & Conditions Affect Google Rankings?

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Webmasters have long been told to never create duplicate content. But what about necessary duplicate content, such as privacy policies and other required legalese that websites are required to carry? Google's Matt Cutts says don't stress about it. Webmasters have long been told to never create duplicate content. But what about necessary duplicate content, such as privacy policies and other required legalese that websites are required to carry? Google's Matt Cutts says don't stress about it. 0 Comments

Google Warns: Don't Insert Pages Into Users' Browser History

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Google has issued a special warning regarding a practice where a website inserts new pages into a user’s browsing history. Rather than returning to Google's search results, some users are being taken to a spoof page that is all advertisements. Google has issued a special warning regarding a practice where a website inserts new pages into a user’s browsing history. Rather than returning to Google's search results, some users are being taken to a spoof page that is all advertisements. 0 Comments

Opinion: Search Engines Not Responsible for Deleting Personal Data From Index

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Google and other search engines don't have to delete sensitive personal information from their indexes because they aren't subject to privacy requirements under existing European data protection law, according to one advocate general. Google and other search engines don't have to delete sensitive personal information from their indexes because they aren't subject to privacy requirements under existing European data protection law, according to one advocate general. 0 Comments

Blekko's New Search Results Aim to Take the Guesswork Out of Intent

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Blekko says the new search results empower users to get to the best content for any given query, rather than scanning through a list of blue links. The new results aim to give users choices, whether they are researching a topic or a product to buy. Blekko says the new search results empower users to get to the best content for any given query, rather than scanning through a list of blue links. The new results aim to give users choices, whether they are researching a topic or a product to buy. 0 Comments

Patch.com, Huffington Post Dominate Google News Results [Study]

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A Searchmetrics analysis of news sources in Google's search results over several hundred thousand keywords in March 2013 shows that Patch.com had the most visibility, followed by Huffington Post, Disney’s Go.com, NYTimes.com and WashingtonPost.com. A Searchmetrics analysis of news sources in Google's search results over several hundred thousand keywords in March 2013 shows that Patch.com had the most visibility, followed by Huffington Post, Disney’s Go.com, NYTimes.com and WashingtonPost.com. 0 Comments

Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

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In the last half of 2011, governments asked Google to remove about 12,000 pieces of content from their search index and attempted to access the data of over 28,000 users. Google complied with 65 percent of court orders; 47 percent of other requests. In the last half of 2011, governments asked Google to remove about 12,000 pieces of content from their search index and attempted to access the data of over 28,000 users. Google complied with 65 percent of court orders; 47 percent of other requests. 0 Comments

FTC Investigation Narrows In on Specific Google Practices

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The FTC antitrust probe examining Google has moved past the initial stages. The investigation will now seek evidence to back specific claims and will delve deeper into key areas of Google's behavior, including elements of search, Android, and Places. The FTC antitrust probe examining Google has moved past the initial stages. The investigation will now seek evidence to back specific claims and will delve deeper into key areas of Google's behavior, including elements of search, Android, and Places. 0 Comments

The Great Link Buying Debate

The topic of paid links created a great deal of discussion at SES San Jose 2007, and here's why. The topic of paid links created a great deal of discussion at SES San Jose 2007, and here's why. 0 Comments