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  1. Google Begins Removing Search Results to Comply With 'Right to be Forgotten'

    This week we're starting to take action on the removals requests that we've received," A Google spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal. Google has started removing search results, following the European Court of Justice landmark "right to be...

  2. Responsive Design vs. Task-Oriented UX Design

    Consumption Tasks: Some sites focus solely on providing content for consumption, such as CNN, Wall Street Journal, etc. Consequently, when they ask a design firm to build a responsive website, they end up with what they asked for, but not what they...

  3. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    From the Chicago Tribune and Christian Science Monitor to Breitbart and Journal Broadcast Group; digital publishers are increasingly relying NDN to power their entire video content management system: leveraging our technology to host and present...

  4. How to Plan Effectively for Content Marketing in 2014

    News outlets including CNN, Mashable, Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal produce news across multiple industry topics on a daily basis. We all know that SEO is evolving. Further, the relevance of high quality and frequent...

  5. The Social CEO: 6 Reasons Why the CEO Must Lead the Way

    With a reported 1 million+ downloads in the first few days following the event, spurred on by a stream of tweets, blog posts, coverage by the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, TechCrunch, Chicago Tribune, New York Post, the Hollywood...

  6. Maria Mitchell Google Doodle Honors First Female Astronomer

    Mitchell periodically went up on her roof with the family's 2-inch telescope to "sweep the heavens," according to her journal entries. While others around the world had observed the comet as well, her journal entries and tracking showed she was the...

  7. What Percentage of Brands Actually Use Google+ Authorship? [Analysis]

    Wall Street Journal But sometimes it can be easy to get caught up within our own bubble, so I wanted to see how (or if) brands have adopted Google authorship. Is Google+ and rel=author markup really being taken seriously by brands?