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  1. Government SEO is Broken

    Capable SEO, digital agencies, and technology consultants that understand the issues and approaches to implementing enterprise SEO are well positioned to sell in this crucial service to federal, state, and local governments.

  2. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    A request from the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development requested the removal of a search result that criticized the agency, as well as eight more that linked to it. Google is alarmed by government requests to remove political content from...

  3. 2010 Search Predictions: The Experts Weigh In

    As Google's various products continue to penetrate the enterprise (Google Apps), the home office (Google Docs, Gmail, Chrome), and academia (Google Edu), its brand will inevitably become associated with software delivered via the cloud.

  4. Welcome to Your Google-Branded Life

    The Google Search Appliance is fueling enterprise-wide search for your entire company. Then there's Google's connection with the government: their close relationship with NASA, Eric Schmidt's appointment to the President's Council of Advisors on...

  5. Fear the Google

    Sure enough, in our age of big government taking over private enterprise, it won't be long before "search as an economic driver" will provide yet another reason for search governance. The SEO people make their living with search engines and most of...

  6. Is One-Stop Media Buying a Failed Model?

    The end of Google print has little to do with government conspiracies or private enterprise sabotage. Google has tried to move away from being a "one trick search pony" since someone noticed that search represented 99 percent of revenues.

  7. Forget Tibet; Free the Content

    When you can't tell people what to do anymore, you need to restrain private enterprise so that you can control your population's actions. This means anytime the Chinese government decides that a certain type of content isn't worthy of its people...