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  1. Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong: How Brands Can Avoid Messy Marketing Mistakes

    We've all heard about the wisdom of crowds, with Wikipedia and even entire industry of television voting shows attempting to prove the paradigm. Last year English soccer player Jonny Howson transferred from his hometown team, Leeds United, to...

  2. 6 Ways You Can Put a Little ‘Gangnam Style’ into Video Marketing

    Link to a company website, a Wikipedia page, more videos of the same genre, etc. The natural way a person native to the English language will look at something is from left to right. Makes sense right – it's the way English is written.

  3. Google Launches Knowledge Graph, 'First Step in Next Generation Search'

    You might find all of the information you need in the sidebar of the Google search engine results page, negating the need to even click through as far as a Wikipedia topic page. Already, there are interesting conversations going on around how this...

  4. Halley's Comet Appears in UK Google Logo

    Halley did not live to witness the comet's return, but when it did, the comet became generally known as Halley's Comet," Wikipedia stated. Edmond Halley, the English astronomer who computed the orbit and named the famous Halley's Comet, was born on...

  5. Panda, Google's High Quality Sites Algorithm, Officially Adopts User Feedback As Search Signal

    And we actually came up with a classifier to say, okay, IRS or Wikipedia or New York Times is over on this side, and the low-quality sites are over on this side. But if your site is not english language, you may still have nothing to fear.

  6. Really Google? Penalizing Good Sites To Get Some Bad Ones

    Just to get a bit self-righteous: surely my review-page for Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 is among the most useful non-Japanese ones currently available (certainly better than what Wikipedia has on offer), yet it barely breaks the top fifty results in a...

  7. More Localized Google Suggest and Improved Spell Correction for Names

    Image via Wikipedia For now this enhancement is available in Google's English spelling system in the U.S. I know the George Bernard Shaw quote about "two peoples separated by a common language," but he was talking about the Americans and the English.