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Google Gains Victory in German Publisher Dispute

August 22nd, 2014 Comments off
Back in June, Jeff Jarvis wrote on Buzz Machine about German publishers banding together to go after Google for linking to their content. As Jarvis pointed out Google News does not show ads so the desire to get 11 % of something, would be 11% of nothing. From the article: German publishers are not just […]

The Future of Google Glass Lies in Health Care According to its Inventor

August 22nd, 2014 Comments off
Mark Sullivan of Venture Beat did a story on the inventor of Google Glass and his belief that the future of the wearable lies in health care. From the article: Google didn’t design its Glass wearable for medicine, but that use continues to be a hot topic of conversation among medical technologists and the investors […]
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Google’s Response to Negative SEO Extortion “No Bueno”

August 15th, 2014 Comments off
Barry Schwartz wrote an article on Search Engine Land yesterday on Negative SEO extortion, and the Google response to these letters. First off here is the letter: Subject: I Want To Buy. Please Guide Me. Hello, Read this email very carefully. This is an extortion email. We will do NEGATIVE SEO to your website by […]
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Google Wants You To Encrypt Your Traffic and Will Favor Those That Comply

August 8th, 2014 Comments off
Another homework assignment for webmasters given by Ms. Google Google announced that it will start to favor websites that encrypt their traffic in their search results. Google said: For these reasons, over the past few months we’ve been running tests taking into account whether sites use secure, encrypted connections as a signal in our search […]
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Hong Kong Court Rules Entertainment Tycoon Can Sue Google Over Autocomplete Suggestions

August 6th, 2014 Comments off
We all start searches at Google and get the autocomplete function going into full effect, giving us suggestions as we type each letter. Apparently one Hong Kong tycoon did not like the results the autocomplete suggested when it came to him. He wants to sue Google for defamation and a Hong Kong court has ruled […]
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Wikipedia Will Be Restricted Under Right to be Forgotten Law

August 2nd, 2014 Comments off
Juliette Garside wrote a piece for The Guardian today that Google will restrict search terms to a link to a Wikipedia article under the right to be forgotten law. Jimmy Wales founder of Wikipedia said, “You do not have a right to use the law to prevent Wikipedia editors from writing truthful information, nor do […]
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The Google Penguin has become the Punisher

August 1st, 2014 Comments off
Has the Google Penguin become the punisher ? Eric Enge wrote a very good article on Search Engine Land that took a look at how punitive the Google Penguin really is. Enge expressed that he had a heavy heart with relation to the unforgiving nature of the Penguin. Enge gives those webmasters new to the […]
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How Much Would You Spend For a 30M Meeting WIth Eric Schmidt of Google? Bidding Is At $8K

July 30th, 2014 Comments off
Bidding is now opened for a what is described as having “Coffee with Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, at Google in New York City.” “Sit down to coffee with Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, for 30 minutes at Google in New York City.” Bidding is underway at CharityBuzz.com, where there are currently 4 […]
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Spain Passes The “Google” Tax – How it will work no one is really sure

July 29th, 2014 Comments off
Spain Passes The Google Tax Spain passed a law that will give Spanish newspaper publishers the right to get paid from any site that links to them with what they deem a ” meaningful ” description of the content. It is important to note that this law does not apply to all publishers in Spain, […]

The other side of Click Fraud

July 28th, 2014 Comments off
Krebs On Security took a look at the practice of click fraud that depletes a competitors ad budget. The practice is to run up the costs and maybe get them to blow their wad early in the day. I have spoken to people over the years who certainly felt their AdWords campaign was a waste […]
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