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

    The Dirty is a blog owned by Nik Richie (real name Hooman Abedi Karamian) that publishes gossip submitted by some of its 22 million monthly visitors. Juror Deborah Spencer told Fox News, "The hangup everybody couldn't get past was her criminal side...

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Google search manipulation starves some websites of traffic – PCWorldHarvard Business School associate professor Ben Edelman, who is a paid Microsoft consultant, puts out another anti-Google study, this time on flight search, and reports an "85...

  3. 10 Insights from a Lite SEO Audit That Any Small Business Can Benefit From

    Instead of using QuickTime, the business owner could be embedding their own Flash video player, their YouTube videos, a hero image that links to a video page, etc. A local small business owner reached out to me last month explaining that the...

  4. 15 Ways to Make Small Budget Content Creation & Marketing Work

    Google has also been offering local businesses a chance to register their business for some time, so do this as a bare minimum. Add into your time the set up of Google news alerts around your brand and mentions of snippets of your latest content.

  5. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Now when people click on a search ad, Google will teleport through time and space – directly to a business location. Note that the car number is 10^100 (known as a googol in mathematics – the number 1 followed by 100 zeroes) and the car slogan is...

  6. Why an Optimized Content Strategy is Crucial for Social & Search

    About 100 days ago (November 2011), Google launched a major algorithm change called the Freshness Update that gives priority to fresh, timely content such as press releases, blogs, news and events. Point backlinks in the press release, blog post or...