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Facebook Unveils Graph Search (It’s Real)

Well, here we go. Facebook is doing search. Facebook revealed “Graph Search” today at its event in California. CEO Mark Zuckerberg made it clear that this is not “web search”. “We are not indexing the web,” he says. “We are indexing our map of the graph, which is really big and constantly changing. Almost a […]

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Google’s Matt Cutts Talks Paid Links – Finally!

Don’t even act like you haven’t thought about it. I’ll go ahead and put this out there: I have. Thought about it, I mean. Yup, we’re talking about paid links. Many a webmaster’s dirty little income secret. Paid links are also the tried-and-true shortcut for online advertisers with deep pockets who are looking to rank […]

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Google EMD Update: What Is Its Real Impact?

A discussion with Stuntdub As you may have noticed, Google has been announcing a lot of algorithm changes lately. This big round of “weather reports” kicked off a couple weeks ago, when Matt Cutts announced the EMD update. He described it as a “minor” weather report, indicating that that it was a “small” change designed to […]

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Could Obama’s Privacy Plan Threaten the Internet?

The ongoing debate over online privacy is in the spotlight once again. However, this time, it’s the White House that’s at the center of the controversy. Last week, the Obama Administration announced a privacy plan that would give consumers more control over their data. In the first-ever introduction of federal privacy policy, the White House […]

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Clash of Titans: Apple vs. Google

What the duel between Google and Apple’s operating systems means for brands June 27, 2010 – Joan Voight via ADWEEK No question, placing ads or branded apps on mobile phones promises to be the Next Big Thing. The problem? People have been saying that for the last three years. Or, has it been five. For […]

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