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  1. Penguin 2.0 Forewarning: The Google Perspective on Links

    Let's say you run a business selling golf carts. So you write a decent article on the best golf courses in Bermuda. You don't put rich anchor text in the body of the article, but in the attribution at the bottom you include a link with the anchor...

  2. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Golf course - The countryside on a sunny Sunday morning; a hole-in-one; Armando's country club sandwich delivered straight to your cart Sauna - Old men sweating after a long day on the golf course Smells like April Fools' Day.

  3. 3 Tactics for Demographic Targeting on the Google Display Network

    Because our target audience is affluent men over the age of 50, we have chosen topics such as business finance, business services, banking, golf, etc. A major reason online marketers are attracted to Facebook advertising is the ability to segment...

  4. YouTube TrueView Ads Pump Up Search Traffic, Conversions for TRX

    They work up new ways to work out, using the equipment specifically to train for golf, tennis, and other sports, or just to maximize workouts. For example, former U.S. Navy SEAL, Randy Hetrick, was a squadron leader who needed to keep his troops in...

  5. Can Google Correlate Be Used as a PPC Tool?

    High temperatures in London seem to correlate very closely with golf and cycling interest in the states (London’s top temperatures come in July and August most years). I’m a strong believer that anything that lets me know more about search patterns...

  6. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    In the indictment, federal prosecutors say they arranged for payment processors with bank accounts in the US to receive payments from US gamblers and disguise them as payments for products such as jewelry or golf balls.

  7. SEO Fined More Than Site Owner of Counterfeit Merchandise Site

    District Court for South Carolina ordered Bright Builders to pay $770,750 in statutory damages and Christopher Prince, owner of the web site, $28,250, according to lawyers for the plaintiff, Cleveland Golf Company Inc," InternetRetailer noted.