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Google Confirms Panda Update 3.2: A “Data Refresh”

26 January 2012

SEO’s have been noticing fluctuations again over the past week or so, suggesting that another Panda Update might be around the corner. Today Google has confirmed to SearchEngineland they...

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When Larry Met Sergey – Interactive Infographic

25 January 2012

Online PhD made a interactive infographic which starts with “When Larry Met Sergey”. The guide, embedded below takes you through the history of Google highlighting al the major milestones starting at...

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Google Adds Nicknames to Google+ (Not Pseudonyms!)

24 January 2012

When Google first launched Google+ there was a lot of rumor about the ‘real name policy’ which Google uses. You are only allowed to sign up to Google+ (and...

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A New Push For Google+, Is Google Going After Quora?

23 January 2012

Ok, I won’t be repeating it too much, but it is true. Google is pushing Google+ in every possible way they can. Google+ is the center of attention for...

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Google Closing Social Graph Won’t Affect Google+ Social Connections

23 January 2012

There are many products developed or bought at Google. Most of the products come from the famous 20 percent time at Google. Some of them actually become separate successful...

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Google keeps Pushing: Your New Google Account is Automatically your G+ Account

20 January 2012

In the past you could sign up for a Gmail account and that would be it. If you wanted a YouTube or Picasa account you could connect your Gmail...

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Google Decides Where You Should Put Your Ads, But What About Their Own Pages?

20 January 2012

Who owns your website? On paper it is you. Because you are the one who is putting the content on your pages. In a perfect world you would however...

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Participating in the SOPA Black Out? Don’t Forget to SEO

17 January 2012

This Wednesday many sites around the web will turn black. This as a protest to plans in the US called the Stop Online Piracy Act. Even though the White...

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New Allegations: Is Google Trying to Kill Themselves?

17 January 2012

Back in 2009 I was on a panel at SMX London. At the end of the session, during the Q&A we were asked the question who we believed would...

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Google Testing Out “Sesame Open”, But Working On Something Better

17 January 2012

Do you not trust public computers with your passwords, because maybe, just maybe a keylogger might be installed which records your password? Well help might be under way. Google...

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Use Google Translate to bypass a paywall...

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