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  1. RetailMeNot Crushed by Panda in Q2, But Partially Recovers

    But just because it’s backed by GV doesn’t mean it gets special treatment from the Google Search algorithm, as evidenced by RetailMeNot’s decline and a comment on Price’s article from another company backed by GV, CustomMade.

  2. Rachel Louise Carson Google Doodle Honors Marine Biologist, 'Silent Spring' Author

    Carson developed breast cancer and then complications from the treatment, with cancer eventually spreading to her liver. Today's Google Doodle honors marine biologist Rachel Louise Carson, who was born on this date 107 years ago.

  3. Avoid SEO Hype: Why Small Businesses Should Focus on Return on Investment

    Social media has had a more difficult time proving direct ROI and Google's recent announcement affirms that Twitter and Facebook do NOT get special treatment in the algorithm. With the recent controversy surround guest blog posting, it is easy to...

  4. In Memoriam: Ren Warmuz of Trellian

    Documenting his epic battle every step of the way on his blog he leaves behind a legacy of research, alternative treatment options, genetic tests to insist on, diets and supplements beneficial for treating cancer not known to...

  5. Yandex Co-Founder Ilya Segalovich Dies

    Segalovich had been diagnosed with treatable stomach cancer last year and had been responding well to treatment while working a full schedule, according to Yandex. Ilya Segalovich, cofounder, CTO and director of Yandex, passed away on Saturday...

  6. Rosalind Franklin and Photo 51 Honored in Google Doodle

    While immensely sick and undergoing cancer treatment, Franklin and her research team produced 13 papers in the last two years leading up to her death in 1958. On what would have been her 93rd birthday, today's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin.

  7. FTC Tightens Online Disclosure Requirements

    Prominently display disclosures so they are noticeable to consumers, and evaluate the size, color, and graphic treatment of the disclosure in relation to other parts of the webpage. In December 2009, they had already made it known that even...