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  1. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    While no algorithm is perfect – and Google cannot prevent paedophiles adding new images to the web – these changes have cleaned up the results for over 100,000 queries that might be related to the sexual abuse of kids," he wrote.

  2. In-House SEO: Top 3 SEO Initiatives Before the Year End Freeze

    With the kids jingle belling And everyone telling you of “be of good cheer” It’s the most wonderful time of the year They make up the daily/weekly SEO activities that is focused on sort of the periphery of SEO, like ensuring there are no 404s, no...

  3. Google Product Search Insights: The Impact of UPCs on Customer Conversions

    Age Group: The age group that each item targets (either Adult or Kids) If you’re missing UPCs for some of your products, here an easy but time consuming way to find them: The new requirements are an attempt by Google to self-regulate their recently...

  4. Mother's Day in 2011: Give Some Thought To Baby-boomers Divided by Digital

    Given how much we love it now, would we want to feel isolated from our kids in 20 years simply because interfaces were not designed with silver surfers in mind? What I took for granted as being obvious, almost self explanatory, was just a tangle of...

  5. Tis the Season to be Shopping: How Virtual Goods Are Impacting Holiday Shopping Culture

    At best, they're staycationing- staying home and finding things to do that are local (In my day, that was called not going anywhere, but you know these kids, with their new words. Since it's the holiday season, Toys for Tots is the big one...

  6. Augmented Reality (AR): A New World Order - SES San Francisco

    So they used a kiosk application installed in a retail store so that when kids held the Lego digital packaging up in front of the kiosk, they could see the product visualized in front of them. Right now, video head mounted displays and see through...

  7. Tips for Making the Most of SES San Jose

    No, I'm not talking about the delightfully entertaining kids' show on PBS featuring Mathman, but the real square one: where do you start? And with that in your back pocket, you won't have to worry about missing out, whether it's in your reporting...

  8. Was Google's AP announcement a PR disaster?

    Even if some of the reporters left behind covered the news, their stories would have been missing more than a couple of caustic comments from a few industry analysts, who were off helping their kids move into college dorms.