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Donuts: “We’ve priced the product higher quite simply because we think it’s significantly superior,”

March 27th, 2015 Comments off
Xconomy.com did an article on the new gtlds and had a focus on Donuts and they got quotes from Richard Tindal a co-founder and COO. Again I think some of the quotes are way off base. Tindal talks about Donuts pricing being higher because it is a superior product. No new gtld currently is superior […]
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Google Testing No Divider Between Paid and Organic Listings

March 26th, 2015 Comments off
Barry Schwartz is out this morning with a post on Search Engine Land that Google will be testing removing the divider between paid and organic listings. From the article: Google is testing not displaying the line break or line separator between the search ads at the top of the search results and the organic/free listings […]
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MOZ.com: “Moving 5 Domains To 1 an SEO Case Study”

March 24th, 2015 Comments off
Dr. Peter J. Meyers wrote an excellent piece on Moz.com that deals with changing multiple domains, basically 5 into 1 for this case study. The article is very detailed and is definitely something you want to bookmark in case there ever comes a time when you need to do this. From the article: People often […]
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Shocking? Google Domains Now Listed Organically Number 1 On Google For “domains”

March 23rd, 2015 Comments off
                Just a little over 2 months after launching out of Beta, Google new domain name registrar Google Domains is showing as the number one organic entry under Google when you search for the term “domains” replacing registrars like Godaddy.co,, Network Solutionscom, 1and1.com, NameCheap.com and Domain.com Google Domains […]

So What Happened to that whole Do No Evil ?

March 22nd, 2015 Comments off
The Verge published an article that painted Google in a very bad light. When your motto is “Do No Evil” being accused of blackmail can be very upsetting. The article discusses certain findings by the FTC back in 2012. Apparently one of the findings was that Google  lifted product rankings and placed them in their […]
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Forbes Chats About Google’s New gTLD’s & Mucks It All Up

March 4th, 2015 Comments off
Forbes just published a post about Google’s new gTLD initiative and well basically mucked it all up. The story covered Google’s acquisition of .App for $25 Million but a quick read through the 1st paragraph of the story and you can see the author hasn’t really kept up with developments of the new gTLD program […]
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Google Might Not Like Your Naturally Generated Links

March 3rd, 2015 Comments off
Julie Joyce wrote a very interesting article on Search Engine Land about an hour ago on Google and natural links. We always tend to think of natural links as the prize or reward for creating engaging content. You didn’t pay for them, you did not manipulate the system, someone just liked your content and either […]
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Yahoo Search Share Dips for February – Google Stands at 78.7% according to StatCounter

March 2nd, 2015 Comments off
Danny Sullivan discussed the February search share stats on Search Engine Land. Yahoo dipped after posting gains in the previous two months. The dip wasn’t that big but the company had some good momentum going over the previous two months. The data from StatCounter shows: Google: 78.7% (+0.1%) Yahoo: 10.1% (-0.1%) Bing: 9.8% (+0.1%) From the […]
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Jeffrey Sass Talks Dot Club and the results of our Dot App Poll

February 28th, 2015 Comments off
In an article by Laurie Sullivan on Media Post which discussed Google paying $25 million for .app, there was also some commentary from Jeffrey Sass about .club. Sass explained how the pricing works at the wholesale and retail level. He gave a little shout out to Credit.club, the $10.99 hand registration that Bruce Marler was […]
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Google Decides To Reverse Ban of Sexually Explicit Material on Blogger

February 27th, 2015 Comments off
Well that was quick. We wrote earlier this week about Google banning pornography and sexually explicit material on Blogger. Well today the company posted on its product forums website that the decision has been reversed. Instead the company will step up enforcement against those that do not mark their blogs as adult content and those […]
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