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  1. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    Even when content doesn’t violate their own guidelines, Google may bend to the law of any given country. These requests aren’t always from the usual suspects either; Western democracies not typically associated with censorship are participating in...

  2. Should the Government Decide Where You Rank at Google?

    When he does, go over to him, bend him over … and give his ass a huge kiss! He claimed to be losing some thousands of dollars a month in revenue since the drop and attempted to rally the assembled (and also disgruntled) crowd to join him for...

  3. All SEOs Are Living With Adult ADD

    These people may be recent college graduates (computer sciences, journalism, marketing studies – if you can find someone who had a double major in computer sciences and marketing, grab 'em), junior-level Web/application developers, copywriters...

  4. Think Like a Search Engineer

    The Webmasters who do not follow this policy range from those who are black hat spam artists that will try any trick to improve their rankings, to those who bend the rules gently. Most search marketers are used to looking at things from a single...

  5. Think Like a Search Engineer

    The Webmasters who do not follow this policy range from those who are black hat spam artists that will try any trick to improve their rankings, to those who bend the rules gently. Most search marketers are used to looking at things from a single...

  6. Google Created EvilRank Scale To Decide On Chinese Censorship

    Google has not once suggested that failure to bend to Chinese censorship demands meant that Google would not have been available in China at all. Via Good Morning Silicon Valley, "Google CEO on censoring: 'We did an evil scale'" from InfoWorld...