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  1. When Machines Start Writing Back: My Problem With DataPop & Automated Content Creation

    DataPop are leading the charge in the ad copy arena; expect to see them branch out into other languages and even types of content as they further their technology. Big data has been a fascination of mine for a while now and here are these two...

  2. Google Shares 7 Tips With Free Web Hosting Sites to Avoid Penalties

    Detecting languages of newly created sites (e.g.thousands of Japanese sites appearing overnight on a Polish web hosting service) Using CAPTCHAs or other verification tools to only allow human submission and prevent the majority of automated scripts...

  3. 5 Strategies for Managing Twitter Across Multiple Languages

    If your brand is to be truly global and effectively use Twitter, then you need to be tweeting across multiple languages. Your first port of call is most certainly setting up Twitter feeds for each target language – whatever you do, don’t start...

  4. Google Now Bolds Some Synonyms in Search Results

    When it comes to teaching machines how to understand human languages, one of the key ingredients is synonyms. Yet what is easy for humans to understand is difficult for machines to grasp. Search engines are making progress, and Google feels they've...

  5. Performance Management for SEO Teams

    Multiple languages is an asset that now is more important than previously. One benefit of a larger company is that the human resources departments are usually quite advanced in their skill sets and able to drive consistent performance over multiple...

  6. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    They have 175 million users in 170 countries in 35 different languages. Available in 37 languages. This includes everyone from human resources to company leaders and executives. Based on the predictions for the winner of Social Media Madness in the...

  7. Google Translate Adds 7 Languages; Now Up to 41

    Last September, Google added 11 languages and last summer, Google "went live" with human translation as a service. Google Translate has added 7 more languages. This brings the total number of languages on Google Translate to 41.

  8. Get More Attention with Legal PPC Ad Symbols

    After all, many non-English languages use characters outside the English-language ASCII character set. It's likely that human editors will eventually reject the ad. Before I get into it, just one more word about Twitter.

  9. Google Translate Adds Widget, Notranslate Code Snippets

    Available languages include: Google Translate Adds 11 Languages Google Translate Goes Live with Human Translators It's very Google branded, so that may deter some, but here's what it looks like: Secondly, there are code snippets available if you do...