Tag Archives: Search Engine Land

Right To Be Forgotten Requests Keep Coming, Now 41,000

As of the end of last week there were roughly 12,000 requests that had been officially submitted to Google under Europe’s judicially created “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) rule. Google launched an online form last week to field the requests. According to the Wall Street Journal...

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China Engaged In Total Censorship Campaign Against Google

The cat and mouse game between China, Google and the internet continues. Today and tomorrow are the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Fearing another anti-government uprising, every year at this time China cracks down on its citizens’ ability to access information about the...

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7 Things I Wish Execs Knew About Link Building

Whether it’s your CMO, your client or your client’s boss, we’ve all worked with someone who just doesn’t quite get search. And that’s OK. We can’t expect everyone to understand the intricacies behind what goes into that No. 1 ranking. SEO is easy in theory, but...

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Update Your All In One SEO Pack WordPress Plugin Now

The Sucuri Blog issued a notice that a popular SEO plugin for WordPress web sites had a major security vulnerability. The plugin name is the “All in One SEO Pack” and the fix is easy, just make sure to update the plugin immediately. The vulnerability opened up WordPress blogs that used...

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Bing Celebrates Its 5th Birthday With A Walk Down Memory Lane & Extra Search Reward Credits

To celebrate its 5th birthday today, Bing has posted a retrospective of the last five years and is offering Bing Reward credit perks for any users who search on the site between now and June 9. Going all the way back to 2009, Microsoft’s search engine outlined its initial goals of leveraging...

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At Five Years Old, Bing Has Come Far Yet Has More To Grow

Microsoft’s Bing search engine has turned five this week. There are good reasons for some birthday celebrations at Microsoft. The company has created a solid competitor to Google, grown its market share and created a search platform for other Microsoft products. But when it comes to...

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At Five Years Old, Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine Has Much To Show Yet More To Grow

Microsoft’s Bing search engine turns five this week. There are good reasons for some birthday celebrations at Microsoft. The company has created a solid competitor to Google, grown its share and created a search platform for other Microsoft products. But when it comes to mindshare, Bing is...

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SearchCap: Mac Spotlight Drops Google, DuckDuckGo Added To Safari & Google Eyes Free

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Big Win For DuckDuckGo: Apple Adding To Safari As Private Search Option DuckDuckGo, the search engine that positions itself as a completely secure and private...

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Big Win For DuckDuckGo: Apple Adding To Safari As Private Search Option

DuckDuckGo, the search engine that positions itself as a completely secure and private search engine, is getting a big boost. Apple is making it part of Safari in the next versions of Mac OS and iOS as an option that users can choose. DuckDuckGo is now featured as an option that will be part of...

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Google AdWords Weekend Conversion Reporting Issue Now Fixed

Anyone else have @Adwords conversion tracking fail over the weekend? #ppcchat — Jason Manion (@JasonManion) June 2, 2014 Many AdWords users logged in to their accounts on Monday to find conversion and revenue stats were nearly non-existent starting Friday, May 30. Google has said the problem has...

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