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Google Authorship (The Lost Post)

The writing was on the wall and now it has happened: Google has axed authorship functionality and will stop showing authorship results in Google Search. It also means that the big G will no longer be tracking data from content using rel=author markup in your code. 308 more words


Google Authorship: Dead But Not Forgotten

By now you’ve heard the news: Google Authorship is dead. After three brief but glorious years the Big G has pulled the plug on the experiment that was Google Authorship and is no long supporting the markup nor will byl-line appear in search results. 394 more words


Searching For The Right Keywords Through Staff Leasing Companies

A growing number of websites compete to be among the top ten listings in the search results. This position gives them a higher possibility of getting more customers compared with a lower rank. 397 more words


Seven Things To Avoid When Looking For Link Partners

Designing a Reciprocal Link Campaign can be a tricky endeavor. As a webmaster, you must choose your linking partners wisely. Generally, a good rule of thumb is to ask yourself one question: “Will this be a valuable resource to my readers?” If you view it as a legitimate, valuable website, chances are Google will too. 463 more words

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Contemplating Social Media Marketing? We Can Help!

It’s not possible to minimize the avantages of social media. The preferred ones have several users and new folks that join daily. Your posting below will provide you with some top-notch advice that will help you expand as well. 536 more words

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The Path To Online Success Starts With Great SEO Advice

Anyone that manage or intends to own a smallish or normal sized business knows that advertisement is crucial. While criticism is mostly the most suitable choice, internet advertising is so important as well. 505 more words

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British government committee says EU's "right to be forgotten" ruling is unreasonable and impossible

And so the saga continues … In the short time since the EU ruled that individuals have the right to be forgotten when sensitive information found in search results is considered “outdated or irrelevant,” we’ve seen what is probably best described as the makings of a damn good sitcom. 470 more words

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