Did Google's Algorithm Update Go Far Enough on Content Farms?

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As you probably know by now, Google has implemented a new algorithm change that the company says impacts 11.8% of their queries. While Google would not come out and say directly that the update is aimed at content farms, this is widely understood to be the case.  Are you satisfied with Google’s Update? Tell us what you think.  What Google …

A Social Media Valentine’s Day

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Everyone is gearing up for the big day tomorrow. Yes, it’s Valentine’s Day that I’m talking about. Don’t panic if you forgot as this time around, social media is ready to help you in […] Related posts: The Social Media Age Distribution [STATS] This piece of information is priceless for marketers targeting America…. HISTORY Social Media TV Spot [VIDEO] The last …

WM's Top Content – November 2010

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November 2010 has come and gone but many of last month's most popular blog posts here at Website Magazine will live on. Many were so popular within our community of Web professionals that we wanted to share them one last time. Below you will find the 25 most popular items from WebsiteMagazine.com from last month.  With November behind… [[ This …

Google Gets OK To Delete UK Street View WiFi Data

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At least in the UK, Google may finally be able to put its recent Street View privacy gaffe behind it.  The company’s signed a commitment to improve its handling of data, and as a result, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office has given Google permission to delete the sensitive information it collected by accident. The last time we heard from the …

Google Reaches Deal With France's Biggest Publisher

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Following a significant period of inactivity (brought on by outright hostility), Google Books has made a breakthrough.  France’s largest publisher has agreed to an arrangement that’ll allow Google Books to scan many of its out-of-print works. The last time we heard about Hachette Livre and Google was probably when Hachette objected to the Google Books Settlement about a year ago.  …