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  1. "Which Update?" Is the Wrong Question

    You focus and get it fixed and for what, to get hit with a Panda or Pirate or Plankton update down the road. With the combinations of Google Updates taking places within short periods of time, one of the more frequent questions I encounter as an...

  2. Google & Yahoo Reveal the Most Searched For Halloween Costumes of 2013

    Pirate Daft Punk – searches for the band behind the monster hit "Get Lucky" are at "the highest they’ve ever been in the history of the band," Google reported. Both Google and Yahoo agree that Minion costumes – from the "Despicable Me" movies – are...

  3. Doodle 4 Google 2013 Winner's Best Day: When Her Dad Came Home From War

    Doodle 4 Google 2012 Winner Travels to Pirate Times Today's Google Doodle may be the most moving logo Google has ever posted. Doodle 4 Google competition. Her creative use of the Google letters to illustrate this heartfelt moment clearly resonated...

  4. Google Accused of Being Too Slow to Derank Pirate Websites

    Google said it would stop putting the worst pirate sites at the top of search results. Google has been accused of not deranking so-called "piracy" websites as it promised to do. Google had said that it would not return "piracy" websites in its...

  5. Doodle 4 Google 2012 Winner Travels to Pirate Times

    Dylan’s “Pirate Times” drawing took top honors in Google’s annual coloring contest for kids, which this year asked entrants to illustrate their response to the question, “If I could travel in time I’d visit.

  6. Hottest Halloween Costumes of 2011: Angry Birds, Black Swan, and Sexy Superheroes

    Other adult costumes in the top 10: Green Lantern, Where’s Waldo, The Simpsons' Duffman, Sexy Queen Bee, Tron Legacy, Angry Birds, Jersey Shore, Lady Gaga, and Sexy Pirate. Angry Birds and Black Swan Costumes Catfight for Most Google Searches

  7. What Goodies Does Google+ Hold for International Search Marketers?

    Admittedly, Facebook currently supports 72 languages (including such novelties as ‘English (Upside Down)’, ‘English (Pirate)’ and ‘Leet Speak’ (for the true geeks), but seeing as Google+ is still in beta testing, it’s safe to assume that once it...