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Google Trying New Ways to Stifle Piracy

October 21st, 2014 Comments off
Google is looking to fight piracy with links to legitimate websites when someone searches for an illegal site, now that is if they want to pay to play. They are also playing around with the auto-complete, they will demote  the predictions that link to illegal sites. Stephanie Mlot covered the story for PC Mag In […]
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Google Reports: Revenue up 20%; Pay Per Click Up 17%; Cost Per Click Down 2%: $63 Billion In The Bank

October 16th, 2014 Comments off
Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) today announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2014 after the market closed today, missing slightly from what was expected send the shares down over 2% in after hours trading Google Inc. revenues for the quarter ended September 30, 2014 were $16.52 billion, representing a 20% increase over […]

Google Standing Firm on European De-Listing Requests As it Pertains to Google.com

October 16th, 2014 Comments off
Tech Crunch is out with a piece on Google refusing to extend the European search de-lising rules to Google.com, currently requests made can only remove the information from Google.europeancctld. So it really is a cat and mouse game being played here. You could get your de-listing request approved and no longer show in Google.de for […]
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Google Discloses A Vulnerability in SSL 3.0

October 14th, 2014 Comments off
Google reported via their online security blog, that there is a vulnerability in the design of SSL Version 3.0. Apparently usage is ubiquitous as most browsers support SSL 3.0. They have recommended a work around to the problem. From the article: Today we are publishing details of a vulnerability in the design of SSL version […]
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Google Organic Click Rates – A Case Study

October 3rd, 2014 Comments off
Philip Petrescu posted an interesting article on Moz.com that is worth checking out for those who build out websites and are looking for more organic traffic. It is a long article as Petrescu goes into great detail on his case study. The summary is below: So I started searching for a way to find out […]
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As Many As 5K .Com’s Taken Away By Sealed Court Order By Verisign Including Some Of Mine

October 2nd, 2014 Comments off
Overnight I received a notice that several domain names I owned were transferred by a sealed court from Verisign without notice and of course without the court order. The domain names just were transferred by Verisign to another domain and are now listed for sale at another marketplace. Another domainer sent me an identical notice […]

Google Entering the Domain Business May Have Less of an Impact on Web.com

October 1st, 2014 Comments off
David Hernandez wrote a piece on Seeking Alpha that Google entering the domain business may not be as bad as thought for competitor Web.com. Web.com owns Register.com and Network Solutions. The stock is down 37.7 % year to date. Here is the summary of the article: Summary Web.com’s stock has declined 36.4% year to date. […]

5 million Google email addresses, usernames and passwords leaked

September 11th, 2014 Comments off
Carla Marshall wrote on ReelSeo.com about a data breach involving 5 million Google email addresses. She also included a link to a website that supposedly will let you know if your Google account is open to being comprised. So you might want to change your passwords. Google said the following, The security of our users […]
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Google Sued For Trademark Infringement Over Google Plus By Owned Of Googabox.com

September 7th, 2014 Comments off
Andre Rossouw filed a lawsuit against Google over its Google Plus service claiming it violates its own trademark for GOOGABOX. The Plaintiff’s also own the the domain name GOOGABOX.com. The Plaintiff also sued what appears to be Google’s attorney in this matter Eric Ball in one of the counts of the Complaint Here are the […]
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Google Authorship Comes To An End

August 29th, 2014 Comments off
Eric Enge wrote a very detailed and lengthy post about the end of Google Authorship, I remember when this first came out and everyone was telling me how important this was and to get on it. Bill Hartzer wrote an excellent piece about it on DomainInvesting.com back in March of 2013. This is one of […]
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