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  1. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Google has taken action on several dozen newspapers in US and UK that were not labeling advertorials and native advertising as such, and that were passing PageRank. PageRank is updated internally within Google on a daily basis and every three...

  2. How to Create a Social Media Editorial Calendar

    Originally designed for books, magazines, and newspapers, editorial calendars have been around for centuries and are the lifeline to successful publishing. On the flipside it could be a daily master plan that you did follow that made your analytics...

  3. Google Won't Erase Links to Max Mosley Hooker Orgy Stories, So He Sues

    You have these newspapers, the Daily Mail is a good example. Newspapers, whether in print or online, aren’t attempting to tell people what they can or can’t do in the privacy of their bedrooms. The search engine giant has refused to manipulate...

  4. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    Twitter is gaining ground among Internet users in the Netherlands and has been credited by a number of Dutch newspapers, including De Telegraaf, greatly influencing the 2010 elections in the country. In a recent article in Korea JoongAng Daily...

  5. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    But candidates from both political parties can still use television, newspapers, radio, direct mail, the telephone, events, and door-to-door canvasing, too. NY 24th Congressional District race too close to call: According to Al Robinson of the...

  6. Bing Search in IE9; Skyhook Sues Google; Latest comScore Search/Mobile Stats & More Search News

    Bing becoming an aggressive competitor as newspapers transition advertising online. Subscribe to SearchDay, our free daily e-mail newsletter. Some of the new search features: Query to Results: Smoother transitions from search page to results.

  7. 31 Top Cultural Factors to Consider for International Search

    The power of the press can be a huge factor, especially as online newspapers often run search engines -- for instance in Poland. I doubt many who live in Singapore check the daily weather forecast! There wasn't enough space to deal with all of the...

  8. Crawl, Index, Rank, Repeat: A Tactical SEO Framework (Part 2)

    Even more problematic are huge media sites, such as newspapers and major publishers. Marshall Simmonds and the team at Define direct SEO for The New York Times and other major publishers, and they struggle with extreme examples of duplicate content...

  9. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    What about endorsements by the national newspapers in the United Kingdom? According to Echo Sonar, a division of Echo Research, this includes TV, word of mouth, family and friends, newspapers, radio, the Internet, social media, and the pub.

  10. UK Election 2010: Incisive Media Coverage on Both Sides of the Pond

    Twitter says it's all Nick Clegg's fault in ironic swipe at newspapers (guardian.co.uk) Incisive Media is also sending out a twice daily email up-date highlighting the best stories, providing links to the best sources and also to relevant stories...

  11. UK Election 2010: Have We Just Experienced the First Real 'Twitter Moment'?‏

    Twitter says it's all Nick Clegg's fault in ironic swipe at newspapers (guardian.co.uk) This is a response to today's all out assault by Conservatives on the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg through the many Tory controlled newspapers in the UK.

  12. American Daily Newspapers Employ 25% Fewer People Than in 2001

    By the end of 2009, newsrooms of American daily newspapers may employ 25% fewer people than they did in 2001. According to The State of News Media for 2009, which is published by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism, 5,900 full-time...