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  1. New York Times to Sell Google to Blame?

    News of this sale propelled New York Times' stock to $8.57 a share by 4 p.m.the day of the announcement; an increase of 6.1 percent. It does not take a great deal of insight to see a direct correlation between a drop in profits and the timing of...

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

    Good news for advertisers: offline sales have increased by a whopping 3,600 percent. Bad news for users and businesses: while Click-to-Teleport is in beta, there is no “teleport back home” option. Type in a search such as [shark], and then a few...

  3. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    The fact that a law like SOPA or PIPA can be fast-tracked with no mention on the nightly news, no debate, in closed sessions Google Google Chris Dodd went off on Google, Wikipedia and others in a demonstration of complete ignorance of the...

  4. 7 Reasons Why Google Instant Makes SEO Dead-on Relevant

    For example, using sophisticated topic clustering techniques from crawled data, One Riot can 'predict' trending topics based on likely outcomes from a collection of related news stories. This is great news for SEO and smaller businesses.

  5. Living Stories is Google's Way of Telling Murdoch to 'Buzz Off'

    Google News now features a new feature: The Living Stories project. Launched while I was at SES Chicago earlier this week, it is an experiment in presenting news in the online environment that was developed by Google in collaboration with The New...

  6. Google to Murdoch: Here's Your Hat, What's Your Hurry?

    Today, the Google News Blog announced "Same Protocol, More Options for News Publishers. According to Hitwise, Google and Google News are the top traffic providers for, accounting for over 25 percent of's traffic on a weekly basis.

  7. SearchDay | High-Value Link Building is Hard Work

    Advertising to Cretins Expected To Drop in 2009 Posted by Frank Watson Dec 3, 2008 While the News Corp founder's biographer Michael Wolff may think Rupert Murdoch's MySpace users are "cretins", the company's CEO Chris DeWolfe believes profits will...