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The U.K.'s data privacy watchdog has ordered Google to remove search links to news articles about Right to be Forgotten link removals.
Google limits forget-me-now service to the European market only. The search behemoth says that widening this on a global scale is 'bad for the internet' and will not win support.
Link building is still a viable SEO strategy, but because of changes in the way Google ranks sites, tactics must be updated to see results.
When developing link building strategies it is very interesting to see what particular websites have already linked to in the past.
Recently, Thumbtack.com was penalized by Google for violating Webmaster Guidelines. Was the penalty removed because of the site's involvement with Google Ventures?
France's data privacy agency has ordered Google to remove search results worldwide upon request, giving it two weeks to apply the "right to be forgotten" globally.
With the launch of Google's new app indexing system, app install buttons will show up in Google searches and search rankings will also be used as a ranking signal for Android devices.
Nofollow links can be great for traffic, but are they leading us down a dangerous path where we can't trust anything we read online?