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  1. Google Adjusts Standards for Newsworthy Material

    But now, as evidenced by a discovery by Search Engine Land, Google News has clearly changed its standards. Over the past few days there have been many surprising headlines popping up in the "In the News" area of search results.

  2. The Evolution of SERPs and User Behaviors

    This is great news for real estate. As an industry, we talk a lot about Google (and search engines in general) getting smarter, and most of the time, that should be our focus. Our job is at the mercy of search engines and as they improve, we have...

  3. SEO Is No One-Trick Pony

    For many of you, this is not news. Enter in some competitor domains and see how much traction they have in Google (SEM Rush provides a "SE Traffic Price" metric, showing what it might cost – in AdWords spend – to get what these guys are otherwise...

  4. "Content Performance Marketing" – 3 Steps to Future Success

    The good news is, everything in content marketing is digital, so it’s all measurable. From more humble beginnings of White Hat SEOs touting "content is king" to massive campaigning from search engines and marketers around the idea of quality...

  5. Court Rules Yelp May Demand Money for Adding and Removing Reviews

    The court of appeals basically ruled that Yelp would be in the clear if it wanted to and that's bad news for small business. Yelp is consulted almost exclusively in relation to a pending purchase, usually to be made within a week, and it gives a...

  6. Marin Software Adds Support for Russia's Largest Search Engine

    This latest news from Marin follows a string of announcements, including support for Google Shopping campaigns, as well as news that Marin would be the first Google API partner to support RLSA, or remarketing lists for search ads.

  7. Is a Proposed Twitter Algorithm the Death of "Real Time" on the Social Platform?

    And when it comes to news publishing, how might this affect the format we’re used to? Twitter has been, and continues to be, the platform of choice for reporters covering breaking-news stories. The hierarchy within search really has to lend itself...