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that individuals have the right to be forgotten when sensitive information found in search results is considered “outdated or irrelevant,” we’ve seen what is probably best described as the makings of a damn good sitcom. 470 more words

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Five tips to creating a social media content plan for your business

Effective, fun and relevant content is an essential part of any social media strategy. Social content is an immediate reflection of your brand image and the reason your audience will engage with you. 356 more words

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Backlinks; What Are They and Why Do You Need Them?

Backlinks; What They Are and Why Do You Need Them?

Backlinks, also known as incoming links or inbound links are links that come into a website or web page from another website or web page.   767 more words

'Right to be forgotten' mess gets messier as European regulators complain about Google's approach

The mess and uncertainty created by an European court ruling that individuals have a ‘right to be forgotten‘ by search-engines when sensitive information is deemed to be “outdated or irrelevant” just got worse. 231 more words

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Now you can set Google Now reminders in the desktop Google searchbar

Setting Google Now reminders by voice is all very well when you’re walking down the street, but you can feel just a little self-conscious doing it in an open-plan office or coffee-shop. 197 more words

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Search Engines

Yahoo, Google, Chrome and Bing
They all just do the same old thing
To search, to find, to list to know
Not forgetting old DuckDuck Go… 43 more words


Six Quick Questions to Finetune Your Facebook Page

It should be pretty obvious by now that having a presence on the major social networks is a must for any freelancer or entrepreneur and although there may be some debate about which networks are to be considered “major” … 398 more words