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Are You 'Shocked, Shocked' by YouTube's New Comment System?

Rick and Louie in Casablanca

It's worth taking a few minutes to examine the recent "controversy" over YouTube's rollout of the new YouTube comments powered by Google+. It illustrates the three different groups that often struggle for influence within the YouTube Community. It's worth taking a few minutes to examine the recent "controversy" over YouTube's rollout of the new YouTube comments powered by Google+. It illustrates the three different groups that often struggle for influence within the YouTube Community. 0 Comments

Google Places Fails to Stop Spam, Abuse

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The New York Times’ large spotlight is on Google again, this time showing how easy it is for local business owners to become victims of abuse from spammers fraudulently reporting a business as closed. Google promises a solution is in the works. The New York Times’ large spotlight is on Google again, this time showing how easy it is for local business owners to become victims of abuse from spammers fraudulently reporting a business as closed. Google promises a solution is in the works. 0 Comments

What Does AOL Mean To Huffington Post? All Our Links!

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The Huffington Post has started a flame war with the New York Times claiming higher online users, but the increase at HuffPo has been largely at the expense of AOL and not some sudden increase in popularity or search engine rank dominance. The Huffington Post has started a flame war with the New York Times claiming higher online users, but the increase at HuffPo has been largely at the expense of AOL and not some sudden increase in popularity or search engine rank dominance. 0 Comments

Getting The New York Times More Search Engine Friendly

Online newspapers have often ignored search engines, or viewed them with mistrust, relying on the power of their brands to drive traffic. That attitude is changing dramatically at the New York Times, and with powerful effect. Online newspapers have often ignored search engines, or viewed them with mistrust, relying on the power of their brands to drive traffic. That attitude is changing dramatically at the New York Times, and with powerful effect. 0 Comments