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# Mathematics

1. ## How to Sell Your SEO Plan With 5 Slides in 5 Minutes

Outline the basic mathematics of why SEO is an efficient one-time expense with ongoing revenue-generating implications. Oftentimes the biggest challenge is in navigating the company's complex organizational structure, and selling your case to the...

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2. ## Google's Matt Cutts on SEO: A Retrospective (2011-2013)

and pure mathematics to compelling copy and visitor experience. Panda. Google vs. Bing. Penguin. Guest blogging. The years of 2011 to 2013 were nothing short of tumultuous for the search industry. And as the voice and face of Google, Matt Cutts...

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3. ## It's BrightEdge vs. Searchmetrics in SEO Patent Case

For example, there are some who believe software and mathematics are one in the same," Plock said. Every day, tech companies battle in and out of court over patented innovations. Take high profile cases like Oracle v.

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4. ## Analyzing the Investment Market Using External Data

In the succeeding article, the mathematics of the estimation will be clarified and investor rankings will be finalized. Lost in the knowledge.Where is the knowledge? Lost in the information. T. S. Eliot*

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5. ## Anatomy of an Internal Link

While the specific way that the engines weigh individual links is not known (and would likely change even if it was), there are principles you can be apply to understand how the weight is being carried through your site past simple mathematics.

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

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 “I’m steering lucky”, a play on Google’s long-time “I’m feeling lucky” search option that brings searchers to the No...

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7. ## Future of SEO: Change, Convergence, Collaboration

Trigonometry (from Greek trigōnon "triangle" + metron "measure"[1]) is a branch of mathematics that studies triangles and the relationships between their sides and the angles between these sides. Forrester's Interactive Marketing Forecast for 2011...

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8. ## How Search Engines Work

But rarely (if ever) do they describe the interdisciplinary approach to information retrieval (IR) covering mathematics, computer science, library science, information architecture, cognitive psychology, linguistics, and statistics – to name but a...

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9. ## Halley's Comet Appears in UK Google Logo

He also created one of the first working models of a magnetic compass and his mathematics skills helped develop actuarial tables for life insurance. Edmond Halley, the English astronomer who computed the orbit and named the famous Halley's Comet...

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10. ## Marie Curie Google Logo Celebrates Nobel Prize Winning Scientist

Born in Poland, Curie moved to Paris in her early 20s to study mathematics and physics at the Sorbonne. A new Google Doodle celebrates the birth of scientist Marie Curie on this day in 1867. She and husband Pierre are remembered for their...

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11. ## Was the Google Panda 2.5 Panic Warranted?

I remember, at the tender, impressionable age of 11, my mathematics teacher asking the class how many point you needed to draw a line. The hands shot up and the answer 2 was duly given. The teacher said that while that was correct, in her opinion...

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12. ## Google's New Latin Translation Tool: I Came, I Saw, I Mangled

But many that are ancient books of philosophy, of physics and of mathematics are written in Latin. Google added a Latin-to-English translation tool today. Not great quality, but it makes for some unintentionally funny reading.

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13. ## 14 Link Prospecting Queries for Discovering Your Company's Related Verticals

Examples: A gambling site focuses on a group interview with statistician and mathematics bloggers, looking at gambling through a mathematics lens. This article outlines some methods we use and provides 14 queries for discovering related industry...

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14. ## Matt Cutts of Google Joins Extreme Makeover: Live Site Clinic at SES San Jose

He has an M.S.from UNC-Chapel Hill, and B.S.degrees in both mathematics and computer science from the University of Kentucky. Matt Cutts, the Software Engineer Guru at Google Inc.will be joining the panel during the Extreme Makeover: Live Site...

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15. ## SearchDay | Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics in Landing Page Optimization

Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics in Landing Page Optimization SEW EXPERTS: BY THE NUMBERS The statistics branch of mathematics has a poor reputation among the public. Today's Top Story: TimAsh While there's nothing wrong with statistics itself...

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16. ## Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics in Landing Page Optimization

The statistics branch of mathematics has a poor reputation among the public. Much of modern science and economics is fundamentally based on statistics. So is public policy. Because public policy is a matter of priorities and heated debate about the...

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17. ## Microsoft Adds Maria Klawe to Board of Directors; Announces \$0.13 Dividend

Maria has made significant research contributions to computer science and mathematics, and we are very fortunate to have her join Microsoft's board of directors," said Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman. Microsoft has added a new member to their Board...

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18. ## Powerset Launches Piggybackipedia: Wikipedia Search Engine

In mathematics, given a set S, the power set (or powerset) of S, written , P(S), or 2S, is the set of all subsets of S. Powerset doesn't know. Okay - maybe that's an unfair question for Powerset since the aptly-named Parvati Shallow only won...

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19. ## Yahoo! Open Search Platform Recap with Andrew Tomkins

Andrew received bachelor's degrees in mathematics and computer science from MIT, and a Ph.D.in CS from Carnegie Mellon University. At last month's SES New York, Kevin Newcomb covered the Thursday morning keynote by Andrew Tomkins in an article...

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20. ## Microsoft Research Lab in Cambridge Isn't Ivory Tower

She's famous for her work on phase transitions in problems in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science. The rise of some of the fastest known algorithms for fundamental problems in combinatorial optimization, the intersection of...

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