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How Google’s New “Right To Be Forgotten” Form Works: An Explainer

Google has taken a big step forward in complying with the European Union’s new “Right To Be Forgotten” that was established after a court ruling earlier this month. The company has created a new form allowing those in the EU to request takedown of URLs they dislike. Removals will…



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Google Authorship Goes Down Again, Twice In One Week

Google Authorship is once again down for the count, second time within a one-week period. Authorship is the image you see next to the Google results of those who wrote the article, blog post or news story. Normally, Google’s search results are sprinkled with them, but now, no search results…



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Did Google Panda 4.0 Go After Press Release Sites?

Nine days ago when Google released Panda 4.0 – which aims to filter out “thin” content from top rankings – we focused our attention on the big Winners & Losers charts, Since then, some have noted that press releases may have also been hit big time. Using SearchMetrics, I…



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Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: May 23, 2014

This week in search, Google released their Panda 4.0 algorithm and it was big. I dig into that topic for a while. Googleâs spam algorithm was updated over the weekend as well. Googleâs algorithm was definitely in flux…

Google’s Matt Cutts: We’ve Been Discussing The MetaFilter Google Penalty

MetaFilter is one of the first every community blogs, created in 1999 and helping users with Q&A style answers from before the times of the typical social networks. It is a quality site – no one would argue with that.

Google Maps Pokémon Winners Win Anything?

Remember April Fools this year where Google had a Google Maps Pokémon challenge and you had to catch and find all the pokemon, 151, to win…