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  1. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    We started doing SEO consulting and services for Lego, Ford, IBM, Iron Mountain, Boeing, and Stanford University, just to name a few. I’m writing this post to share some of the lessons and mistakes I learned from owning a search agency for more...

  2. Inorganic vs. Organic Backlinking Strategies: Getting Back to Basics

    Google's origins are academic in nature, having started as a research project at Stanford University. Even in a post Penguin world, SEO professionals are still asking questions such as: What’s the best way to build backlinks that will have a...

  3. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    Stanford researcher Jonathan Mayer discovered that Google and three other companies had “tricked” Safari into believing visitors had interacted with the page and therefore allowing third-party cookies.

  4. Craig Silverstein, Larry & Sergey’s First Hire, Quits Google

    Silverstein, who helped build the Google search engine, met Page and Brin while the three attended Stanford University. Craig Silverstein, the first employee hired by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, is leaving the company.

  5. Google Driverless Cars ‘Shockingly’ Safe & Efficient [Infographic]

    Stanford University robotics professor and Google Driverless Cars program leader Sebastian Thrun gave a presentation at TED 2011 last March in Long Beach. Google’s driverless cars are “shockingly” safe, says a Bellevue, Washington insurance company...

  6. Google–British Library Partnership to Digitize 250,000 Books

    The first, in fact, were the Harvard University Library, the University of Michigan Library, the New York Public Library, Oxford's Bodleian Library, and Stanford University Libraries (SULAIR). The Google Books project has scanned over 12 million...

  7. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    A computer science student at Stanford University who created YouTube Instant, an app that brings up different YouTube videos while you type, gets job offer via Twitter. Here's a look at more news and helpful advice from around the Web, sorted by...

  8. Using Emotional Recognition Metrics For Marketing Campaigns

    Our sources tell us that the company is also in talks with Stanford University for collaboration. It provides insight and analytics into the emotional response of prospective users/ consumers to future products, campaigns,.that they want to test.