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  1. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    Not that many years ago we had quite a few of these things called search engines, but today we are primarily referring to the "Big 3": Google, Bing, and Yahoo in that order, with a small, but growing percentage beginning to use Duck, Duck, Go.

  2. Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

    Because Google has developed multiple versions of its product for different countries, it is better able to separate what appears on which search engines to help it comply with local laws. Who published the information -- including whether the...

  3. SEO in 2014: How to Prepare for Google's 2014 Algorithm Updates

    Are we active on the social networks that matter to the search engines? The good news is that looking back, it's easy to see which direction the trends are heading in terms of the years ahead. Major 2013 changes included further releases of Penguin...

  4. Securing the Future of SEO: Global Brands & 5 '(Not Provided)' Solutions

    Marketers will still have access to referring keywords data from other search engines such as Bing and ballpark click data from Google Webmaster Tools (at least for now). Bing and Yahoo organic search data is available (unless the engines are used...

  5. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Based on a study by Chitika, the biggest category for voice search is news at 20 percent, while text-based searches is reference-related topics at 22 percent. However, as voice search algorithms are refined Google and other search engines are...

  6. After Being Crushed By Google Panda, Voucher and Car Classified Sites Recover

    The same tactic could be employed across voucher and car classifieds sites, and in a recent Webmaster video Matt Cutts said that content that is not necessarily visible to search engines is not necessarily bad; but the issue we often face in those...

  7. The Social CEO: 6 Reasons Why the CEO Must Lead the Way

    Search engines are connecting the "people, places and things" (how Google defines Knowledge Graph) more than ever, making the CEO more visible than ever. In a moment, bad news, a slip of the tongue, or bad public behavior can quickly displace...