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Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases

Would-be-legal remedies for online reputation issues are still up in the air, explains contributor Chris Silver Smith, arguing that it may be time to amend the applicable legislation. The post Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google: Hacked sites increased 32% in 2016

Google is encouraging webmasters and site owners to verify their sites in Google Search Console to help both prevent and fix website hacks. The post Google: Hacked sites increased 32% in 2016 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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DMOZ has officially closed after nearly 19 years of humans trying to organize the web

The closure marks the final end of a chapter of humans trying to organize the web. The post DMOZ has officially closed after nearly 19 years of humans trying to organize the web appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google receives search warrant for identities of everyone who searched crime victim’s name

If this overly broad warrant were duplicated in other jurisdictions, local law enforcement might use Google as a first stop in their investigations. The post Google receives search warrant for identities of everyone who searched crime victim’s name appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Home gets ‘Beauty & The Beast’ promo, but Google says it’s not an ad

Appears to be the first-ever commercialization of Google's home assistant product. The post Google Home gets ‘Beauty & The Beast’ promo, but Google says it’s not an ad appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Mapping keywords to the buyer journey in SEO

Many marketers find keyword research difficult, but it doesn't have to be! Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller shares her process for finding the right keywords, mapping those keywords to the right content and measuring their effectiveness. The post Mapping keywords to the buyer journey in SEO...

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Easy visualizations of PageRank and Page Groups with Gephi

Contributor Patrick Stox walks us through how to use a cluster analysis tool to visualize websites and identify opportunities for improving their link structure. The post Easy visualizations of PageRank and Page Groups with Gephi appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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New study confirms Google doesn’t use Chrome browser data to discover new URLs

GoogleBot did not visit a test page that Chrome accessed days before. The post New study confirms Google doesn’t use Chrome browser data to discover new URLs appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google launches new effort to flag upsetting or offensive content in search

Using data from human "quality raters," Google hopes to teach its algorithms how to better spot offensive and often factually incorrect information. The post Google launches new effort to flag upsetting or offensive content in search appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Did Google’s Fred update hit low-value content sites that focus on revenue, not users?

Google won't comment about the "Fred update," but based on our own analysis, many affected sites saw up to a 90% drop in traffic. The post Did Google’s Fred update hit low-value content sites that focus on revenue, not users? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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