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by David Tittle Over the last few weeks, Google has released a number of big updates.  Most notably has been the Google +1 Button (Plus One) and the Google + (Google Plus) social network.  In the shadow of these updates, Google has removed some of their features in preparation of their user experience/site design changes. ...
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by David Tittle For those of you who haven’t heard, Matt Cutts has stated that Google is now capable of indexing embedded Facebook comments.  This was later confirmed by labnol.org’s Amit Agarwal.  How do they do this, and why is it important? How they do it Most web crawlers work by simply downloading the html...
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by Phil Golobish Geek Out [geek-out] –verb Slang. To engage in a conversation of a highly technical nature, typically with some other members of the party you are with, completely (and usually inadvertently) alienating others in the process. ~ www.UrbanDictionary.com There’s no fancy way to say it. There’s also not a technical term for it....
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by Courtney Logel The latest episode of Slingshot SEO’s SearchTV, a 30-minute rapid-fire show, provided interesting highlights of Google’s freshness update, the impact of Siri, and branded SEO. Watch as Account Executive Jim Brown and Director of Consulting Jesse Laffen discuss the latest in the ever-evolving world of search. Translation: Jim: Welcome back everybody to...
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by Kim Greuel Buffer Remember the days of writing bibliographies for research papers on 5×7 index cards in the middle school library?  The teachers insisted that references come from credible sources; preferably published.  As a youngster, it seemed that MLA or Chicago style of citation was meant to torture me. In the adult world; however,...
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by Guest Blogger Chris Carrel is a Senior Software Engineer at Angie’s List. With over 15 years of experience, he has spent the last two focused on SEO. One of the hardest parts of SEO is knowing what to measure.  How do you know if your latest round of changes is working? How do you...
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by Casey Szulc I like to believe that BING is a recursive acronym meaning “Bing Is Not Google.”  Since its inception in 2009, Bing has set out to rival Google as a “results engine,” even going so far as being accused of copying Google’s results.  Bing started out as just an annoying Kimmy Gibbler to...
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by Rasheite Radcliff We have heard many times that any press is good press, but let’s be honest with ourselves—bad press does not stimulate the loyalty a brand wants and deserves from its customer or client base. When you think of press releases you think about something timely and newsworthy—a charity event for breast cancer...
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by David Tittle What does innovation mean? This was a question posed to us by Aaron Aders, our co-founder and Chief Operation Officer. While many of us innovate without much thought, we aren’t typically tasked with defining what innovation means to us. What does it mean to us as individuals? What does it mean to...
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