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  1. Panda 4.0 Help: Google Clarifies Tremors, 3 Analogies for Diagnosing Hits

    You were expecting a fantastic 14-ounce filet mignon, at an elegant restaurant, with claims of awards, but what you received was an anemic steak in a hole-in-the-wall restaurant. Then, after analyzing more companies impacted by Panda 4.0, I wrote a...

  2. Google Search Results Add Details About Notable Websites

    Searchers can learn things such as anything known about the site’s ownership or creation date, awards it has won, and the type of site it is (e.g.if it is a wiki site or nonprofit organization). For example, here's what it looks like for Search...

  3. How to Create a Visible & Engaging LinkedIn Profile

    It says hello to your audience in such a way that engages, but doesn't sell and provides direct examples of credentials, awards, experience. Primarily, the LinkedIn search engine is looking for these keywords in your title/headline, custom URL...

  4. Snoopy: The DuckDuckGo Logo for Charles M. Schulz’s Birthday

    The “Peanuts” characters also appeared in numerous television specials, which won two Peabody Awards and four Emmy Awards. Rather than his traditional playmate, Woodstock, Snoopy appears with Dax, the mascot of upstart search engine DuckDuckGo to...

  5. Google’s Rating Guidelines Adds Page Quality to Human Reviews

    Google has reviewers checking out to see whether websites are trusted, well-known, have won awards, or are authorities on a topic. As a reminder, Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts insists that these ratings don’t “directly” affect the...

  6. Enterprise SEO Update: Rosetta, Covario, Optify & More

    Read on to discover the latest research, awards, tool updates, and company news from Rosetta, BrightEdge, Covario, Acquisio, and others. BrightEdge CEO Jim Yu told Search Engine Watch how their expansion into the UK came about: "At the end of last...

  7. Search vs. Social: The 50 Shades of Gray in Online Information Retrieval

    While our sample size of 100 won't win any academic research awards, it should give us a sense of a user’s online information retrieval behaviors. News of an improved Facebook search engine led the tech industry to wonder aloud if Facebook...