Monthly Archives: October 2013

What Scares Google?

As SEOs, we spend too much time living in fear of Google. Like any company, Google has weaknesses, and it’s important for us to have perspective about their future (and how it impacts our own future). See on moz.com Advertisements

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4 Reasons Why Your Business Is Failing On Twitter (And How To Fix It)

If your business is failing on Twitter, you can turn it around with a little effort and commitment. Here are four areas for you to look at and improve. See on http://www.bitrebels.com

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Why Wikipedia is a Powerful Marketing Tool for …

Ever searched on Google for someone? Seen the Wikipedia link? This is why Wikipedia is a powerful personal branding tool. So how do you get on Wikipedia? See on http://www.scoop.it

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Why is the Ebook Business So Out of Sync with Consumers? : Publishing Perspectives

Confusing licensing rules, walled gardens, limited bundling, subscriptions, and library borrowing, buggy platforms. Why do we put up with this ebook nonsense? (Why is the #Ebook Business So Out of Sync with Consumers? See on publishingperspectives.com

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Google ‘Search As You Type’ released, offers instant results on retailer sites

Google has just introduced an optional new feature for its AdWords customers called “Search As You Type.” As the name suggests, it brings results as users type queries into the search bar on… (@GoogleInstantly This idea & name is stolen!

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FBI’s Facial Recognition System Targeted an Innocent Person up to 1 out of 5 Times

“NGI shall return the incorrect candidate a maximum of 20% of the time, as a result of facial recognition search in support of photo investigation services,” the FBI report said. See on http://www.allgov.com

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Apple, BlackBerry, others sued over security patents | Smart Phone …

Security company Maz Encryption Technologies sued seven large technology companies for allegedly infringing on several of its security patents. The suits target security technology used in the iPhone and iPad as well as the … See on http://www.pandashells.com

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