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  1. Google Penalizes MyBlogGuest, a Guest Blog Network

    Many link networks have been penalized, along with the clients they did links for; digital marketing agency iAcquire was banned for their client work. At the time, Smarty was pretty confident that MyGuestBlog wouldn't be hit, primarily because it...

  2. YouTube Unveils New Comment Management Page

    The other real improvement is that YouTube is allowing creators to streamline actions by setting up filters: approved users, banned users and blacklist. Approved and banned users is self explanatory. Blacklist,' however, has more to it than plainly...

  3. Google Glass Not Welcome in Seattle Diner

    A Seattle diner has banned its customers from wearing Google Glass, as one visitor found out the hard way. Nick Starr is a network engineer from Seattle who visited the Lost Lake diner in his hometown while wearing Google's augmented reality...

  4. Why Google Will Reject, Block, or Flag Your Data Feed

    Supplements which have banned ingredients similarly can get a whole feed disapproved. Google doesn't always note which products are getting your feed flagged, and there are also ingredients which aren't on the banned list which can get your feed in...

  5. Porn Comes to Google Glass, is Quickly Banned

    Adult App Store Mikandi released the first pornographic app for Google Glass on Monday and it was promptly banned just hours after launch. Mikandi released the app subtly titled 'Tits and Glass' on Monday morning, enabling users to create, upload...

  6. Rise of the New School SEO Professional

    Tactics emerge, spread, and then die or get banned. Opportunities from content marketing to GPS, local, and mobile optimization beckon and promise high ROI for brands. Rather than jettisoning their core competencies, SEOs should build upon their...

  7. Google Glass Ban Gets Bar Big Publicity

    The augmented reality Google Glass eyewear isn't even available yet, but already a bar in Seattle has banned customers from using the futuristic headset due to privacy concerns. The 5 Point Café in Cedar Street, which is referred to as a "dive bar...

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  8. 10 Common Link Building Problems

    This is a practice that can a publisher banned all on it own. The purpose was to get links to drive search rankings. It served no other marketing purpose at all. This has led to large numbers of sites being hit by link penalties or new algorithms...

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  9. Global Social Media Trends in 2013

    China, where Facebook remains officially banned, represents one obvious stumbling block in Facebook's quest for complete worldwide domination, while VKontakte and Odnoklassniki remain popular in Russia.

  10. Google: 224 Million 'Bad Ads' Disabled in 2012

    By the numbers: million: The number of banned ads. The number of advertisers banned. Once again, the Google AdWords team has reported on its continued efforts to eliminate bad AdWords ads. This year, they've released an infographic (see below) that...

  11. Worldwide Social Media Usage Trends in 2012

    The site is officially banned in China but local sites are massive within the market. EMarketer predicts there will be a massive 1.43 billion social network users in 2012, representing a 19.2 percent increase over 2011 figures.