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10 things you should check before proceeding with a site migration

September 17th, 2017 Comments off

Stephanie LeVonne wrote an interesting and valuable piece on SearchEngineLand with regard to buying a domain for the purposes of SEO and site migration. Stephanie put together a checklist of 10 things to do to make sure the new domain will be right for a site change. Here is #1: 1. Google Search Console Obtaining […]

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Google cracking down on rehab related ads

September 15th, 2017 Comments off

Google is cracking down on those advertising rehab centers, Google is actually doing something here that will hit their bottom line. These clicks are usually big bucks, Google is foregoing a decent chunk of cash by not allowing these ads on their search engine. The Verge broke the news on the disappearance of these “rehab” […]

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Chrome To Begin Showing “Not Secure” on all Sites Without SSL Certificate In October

August 31st, 2017 Comments off

Google’s quest to form a more secure web will take a new shape this October with Chrome v62. Chrome will begin showing “Not Secure” on all sites without an SSL Certificate where users can enter text in a contact form. Nearly 50% of internet users choose Chrome as their browser of choice so this can […]

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Not everyone agrees with GoDaddy’s decision and Google has a lot of work ahead

August 15th, 2017 Comments off

One of the more prominent domain stories to be discussed in the mainstream has been the game of hot potato being played with The Daily Stormer domain and website. GoDaddy hosted the site and finally made the decision to tell the registrant to transfer their domain out. The Verge reported: Just hours after being dropped […]

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Alphabet Inc (Nasdaq GOOG) reports earnings down $30 after hours

July 24th, 2017 Comments off

Alphabet the parent company of Google, released their Q2 earnings a couple minutes ago. The stock is down over $30 (3%) in after hours trading. Revenues were up 21% year over year. Operating margin looks to have taken a hit, 28% Q2 last year and 16% Q2 this year. More info at Abc.xyz   MOUNTAIN […]

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Social Media companies on notice in Germany as new legislation passes

June 30th, 2017 Comments off

Back in March we wrote about a proposed German law to fine social media companies that did not remove hate speech. The New York reported that the law has passed and things are about to get tricky for social media companies doing business in Germany. There is plenty of speech that is obviously wrong to […]

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Alphabet reports: $24.75 billion revenue, $7.73 earnings per share in Q1 2017

April 27th, 2017 Comments off

Google’s parent company posted a strong first quarter for 2017. The stock is up in after hours by 3.4% 891.44USD2.30 (0.26%) After-hours: 921.9030.46 (3.42%) Q1 2017 financial highlights The following summarizes our consolidated financial results for the quarters ended March 31, 2016 and 2017 (in millions, except for per share information, effective tax rate, and […]

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Google Adwords: Exact Match Keywords No Longer Exact Match

March 20th, 2017 Comments off

WordStream published an article today about some changes to Google Adwords. Google is changing how exact match keywords work. Before they would only serve an ad when a user’s search exactly matched the keyword. WordStream pointed out, “Now, exact match keywords can show when search queries share the same words of that keyword, but in […]

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A look at how domain stocks did in 2016, if you owned Tucows you were very happy

December 30th, 2016 Comments off

2016 was a great year for shareholders of Tucows and Neustar, for shareholders of Verisign, Marchex and Sedo parent United Internet ? Not so much. Tucows was the star for 2016 up 67% on the year. Neustar got acquired and the stock finished up close to 40%. Verisign saw their fortunes take a down turn […]

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Google Acquires Debug.com

December 8th, 2016 Comments off

Google has acquired the domain name Debug.com The domain name was parked and under privacy at Uniregistry. The domain sold back in November 11, 2006 for $15K and again for $17,000 2 1/2 years later in April 2009. The domain name is now owned by Google under Corporate Registrar MarkMonitor.com

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