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  1. Google's Matt Cutts: A Little Duplicate Content Won't Hurt Your Rankings

    As long as you're not trying to massively copy for every city in every state in the entire United States, show the same boilerplate text which is, "no dentists found in this city either," for the most part you should be in very good shape not have...

  2. The United States of Google: Mapping Google Usage by State

    Some Southwestern, Midwestern and Southern states showed more use than others in their respective regions; however, Chitika said in no state did Google's share of desktop-based Web searches drop below 50 percent.

  3. Mobile PPC & Bing See Significant Gains in Q2 2013 Paid Search Reports

    They also found that regionally, the Americas – led by the United States and Canada –had an 8 percent increase from last quarter and a 17 percent increase from the previous year. Both IgnitionOne and Covario state it is too soon to determine what...

  4. Google Palestine: Is Google Taking Sides?

    A post from the BBC last week reported Google said it's following the footsteps of organizations like the United Nations, which voted to grant Palestine "non-member observer state status" in November 2012.

  5. March Madness = Search and AdWords Madness?

    They have been bidding on some expected keywords, including honing in on particular universities such as North Carolina, Ohio State University, Kansas and naturally, Louisville. Interestingly so, CPC distribution was higher in Canada and Germany...

  6. Flu Shots & Symptoms: The Winter 2013 Outbreak of PPC Spending

    A few years back, the swine flu was the newsworthy virus that everyone was fearful of contracting; but it seems to have been taken over by the standard "flu" this year, and even the city of Boston was under a state of emergency in January due to...

  7. Google Crisis Response: From Search Engine to Information Provider

    In the recent Colorado wild fires, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provided warning data of "fire weather", whilst the United States Forest Service provided data on the location of fires.

  8. Obama’s Google+ Hangout: Google Angers Potheads, President Won’t Dance a Jig

    The Oval Office Hangout was an opportunity for citizens to ask questions left lingering after the State of the Union address and interact with the president in a very real way. You have 30 seconds to ask the president of the United States of...

  9. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    SEMPO is pushing legislators to throw out the bill; their letters respectively state: If enacted, either of these bills will create an environment of tremendous fear and uncertainty for technological innovation, and seriously harm the credibility...

  10. Google Doodle Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Day, the holiday has only been officially celebrated in all 50 states since 2000 – when South Carolina became the last state to make it a paid holiday and Utah finally changed its name from Human Rights Day.

  11. The Google+ Controversy & Virtual Worlds – A Question Of Identity

    Their rules state that you should sign up using "the name your friends, family, or co-workers usually call you. Will Burns has written about this here, and his point is basically this: in the United States (which is where Facebook and Google+ call...

  12. Yahoo Ranks Best Fireworks For Fourth of July

    Searches for firework locations get a big play leading up to the Fourth of July in the United States and Yahoo has included them in their annual Search Trends article for the holiday. Fourth is in the state where everything is big, Texas but it is...