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  1. Google Reviews Japanese Court Order Demanding Removal of Autocomplete Terms

    Other legal issues around Automcomplete/Suggest have included a "scam" suggestion in Paris (for which Google was found guilty), and lawsuit in Belgium (for which Google was found not guilty). People must have searched the term often enough for it...

  2. Using Text-Rich Anchor Links as Part of Your Foreign Language Marketing Strategy

    The high-traffic “vacances en France” or simply “vacances France” could work well in attracting the Francophone populations of Belgium or Switzerland to the French translation of the website. While varying text link references to your web content...

  3. 5 Options for Choosing a Country, Region, or Language Selector

    Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada are some examples of countries divided by language. Tim Hortons shouldn’t expect its French Québécois site to also serve the people of France or rank well. Usability: If it isn’t easy to locate, use, or otherwise...

  4. International Link Building -- the Best of the Whole World

    Canada, Belgium). Online business can offer a worldwide variety of people to buy your services or products, which is a great advantage. You're only a mouse click away from websites all over the globe, allowing you to chat, share, and trade with...

  5. Google Rolls Out Maps Navigation, Mobile Voice Search, Improved Gmail Chat, Caffeine

    The company's web powered GPS navigation system based on Google Maps has now been rolled out locally ( the language of the place) in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland.

  6. SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference

    The company has offices in major international markets including the US, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands and Spain. With tools and functionality that maximize SEM, SEO and social media optimization strategies for SMBs and...

  7. The Top 4 Best Facebook Practices

    However, circling back to being timely, Budweiser may now need to link to their new Belgium owner. Just as Internet users don't like spam in their e-mail inbox, people don't like it in their Facebook updates either.