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  1. SEO for Startups & New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

    If you work at The New York Times, you may even get your Twitter handle in your byline. This means you need to determine who in your company (maybe everybody? will become active on Google+ and other key social graph and authority platforms like...

  2. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    Richie recently posted a photograph of Jones' proffer, admitting her guilt to sexual exploitation of teenage Cody York on July 8, 2013. Before her plea, she continually blamed York's ex-girlfriend for spreading lies about her.

  3. Google Buys Frommer’s Travel Guides in Yet Another Contested Move as a Content Publisher

    The New York Times published previously unpublished quotes from Eric Schmidt, who was CEO at the time he is reported to have given the interview in 2010. For the moment, however, Google is, at least in a small way, unarguably a media company.

  4. EU Asks Advertisers: Does Google Manipulate Its Search Results?

    Among the questions on the "confidential" questionnaire for advertisers, according to The New York Times: Is your company aware of the existence of the features in Google's natural search-ranking algorithm which, in your view, might penalize the...

  5. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    At the urging of U.S.and U.K.officials, YouTube this week removed "some" videos featuring videos of Yemen cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, the New York Times reported. Language software company Rosetta Stone, which sued Google in 2007 over trademark...

  6. The Times of London to Begin Charging Readers for Using its Web Site in June

    And The New York Times has announced that it plans to extract new sources of revenue from online readers, despite the risk that they could alienate some by charging for access. So, why should readers pay for a news company's inability to sell...

  7. One Man's Keywords are Another Man's List of Forbidden 'Newsspeak' Words and Phrases

    In fact, I still refer online editors to the now classic article by Steve Lohr of The New York Times that is entitled, "The Boring Headline Is Written for Google. Earlier today, in my post "Pew Internet Project Describes the State of Online News as...