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  1. 3 Non-SEO Tips for Small Businesses Scared of Google Penalties

    The only cure for risk is diversity. The first cure for excessive SEO risk comes from a Google product called PPC Remarketing. Google has been making lots of noise of late, penalizing guest blogging network MyBlogGuest, link sellers and buyers, and...

  2. How to Convert One-Time Customers Into Repeat or Lifetime Customers

    The objectives of your hangover cure will be specific to your business. All great parties must come to an end. The same goes for your crazy-bananas high tide of seasonal sales extravaganza. After the holiday rush is over, a hangover may set in...

  3. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    There is no cure. Some of the most amazing minds in the world come together annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, to share bits of the somewhat incredible, totally awesome and you-won't-sleep-tonight world of online and offline security.

  4. Beware of Red Flags When Searching for SEO or Web Dev Services

    If you found the cure for Cystic Fibrosis and a press release was submitted, you will definitely benefit from the 10,000 links in the first 24 hours because the search engines understand the ridiculous spike in traffic and links is justified.

  5. Chuck Norris Facts Featured in New Google Knowledge Graph Easter Egg

    Fact: Chuck Norris's tears cure cancer. The old Chuck Norris Google joke used to be in the form of a top ranked parody site that read “Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don't find Chuck Norris, he finds you” found by hitting...

  6. Google Encrypted Search Going Global

    Google’s Encrypted Search Data: A Cure for Vision Loss? Encrypted search is expanding internationally for signed in Google users, Google announced yesterday. That means you can expect to find less search query data thanks to the default secure...

  7. How to Understand Your Google “Not Provided” Traffic

    Google’s Encrypted Search Data: A Cure for Vision Loss? We've all stared at it in frustration. This article won't discuss whether the move is good and fair or not. Rather, let's focus on how we can better understand these “not provided” users.