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  1. Yelp Lawsuit Seeks Wages for Yelpers

    A lawsuit filed in California is seeking employment benefits and wages for reviewers (a.k.a. The argument that voluntarily using a free service equates to an employment relationship is completely without merit, unsupported by law and contradicted...

  2. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    Those who find their pictures posted on this high-ranking website find it difficult to continue their lives, or find employment. Dirty World Entertainment Recordings, LLC is of particular interest to the reputation management industry.

  3. 5 Virtues to Help SEOs Achieve Workplace Enlightenment

    When accepting a job one is making a decision, an agreement to execute what is laid out in the terms of employment. This quote can also be applied to the SEO industry. It speaks to the necessity of sharing data and information as colleagues in an...

  4. Clara Schumann Google Doodle Celebrates German Pianist & Composer

    By 1850, Robert Schumann was desperate for employment and took a rather unsuitable position as a music director. The Doodle shows Schumann playing piano with her children, five of whom stand in place of the two “o”s and the second “g” in the Google...

  5. How Local Small Businesses are Evolving Their Online Marketing Strategies

    Steven Kesten, an employment lawyer from Marin County, Calif.does a combination of advertising online and in the print version of the Yellow Pages. But it’s equally important to listen to small business owners, especially of the brick-and-mortar...

  6. Top Bing Searches in 2011: Bieber, Kardashian & Royal Wedding

    Noticeably absent categories, topics, or terms in a year dominated by celebrity and material obsession: Books, Employment, Education, and Being a Better Person. Bing's recap, while far more comprehensive than the 2010 edition, mainly focuses on...

  7. How to Launch an English Only Global Search Marketing Campaign

    Professional: Typically job and employment relocations. All of us in international search will tell you that if you want to go international, then you’ll have to be international. In other words: don’t skimp out on localization and translation.