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Sunday Business Post

  1. Fake Online Reviews Cost 19 Companies $350,000

    A total of seven companies offering "reputation enhancement" services were caught in the year-long investigation, along with their clients they post reviews for. When people read online reviews of a business, it's often difficult to figure out...

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

    In a post on the YouTube Blog, Chet Flanagan, director of DVD product management, asked, “Loved a video so much that liking it, favoriting it, sharing it and even subscribing to the channel wasn’t enough?

  3. Google Fights Claims of Bias in Instant, Local Search

    In a blog post, Google said that the users comes first, not websites. Any Google business that needs 'algorithmic' traffic can get it, free, in huge quantity. As Lisa Barone points out, Google doesn't care about you, your business, or your website.

  4. Google Search Results Fixed, Public Relations Nightmare Over

    In a post on the Official Google Blog entitled, "Being bad to your customers is bad for business," Amit Singhal, Google Fellow, said yesterday, "We were horrified to read about Ms. In a post entitled, "Public Relations Nightmare for Google Search...

  5. The Times of London to Begin Charging Readers for Using its Web Site in June

    In a blog post entitled, "A Call to News Publishers: How to Share Your Video," back on June 28, 2009, Olivia Ma, YouTube News Manager, said, "Today we are inviting any professional news outlet that is already included as one of the 25,000+ sources...

  6. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    For example, Newsknife reported on March 1, 2008, a that blogs from the Washington Post, New York Times, Baltimore Sun, USA Today, and Los Angeles Times were starting to appear in Google News. It includes blog post optimization.

  7. SEM Success In 10 Minutes A Day

    Little Biz -- OK, yes that's this one -- but one post every few weeks isn't too much to ask, is it? As small business owners, we must always prioritize our goals and tasks. That sounds obvious, but many people forget that if their brick-and-mortar...