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San Diego, Calif. – January 27, 2014 – SEO Inc, a full-service San Diego Internet Marketing Company, is pleased to announce their 12th successful removal of a Google penalty from one of its clients. With this latest removal, the San Diego based Internet Marketing company has retained 100 percent effectiveness in removing manual actions. The […]

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Stick a fork in it – the smartphone wars are done. That’s what Google would like, anyway. Not content with only an operating system, Google’s latest gadget seeks to crush Apple with the ultimate convenience: an Android device that does it all. And hot on the heels of the iPhone 6, it’s bound to be […]

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SEO News: Google Authorship is Dead

By: | August 29, 2014 | View: 6890

The ever-changing machine that is Google has changed another feature in its quest to make a smoother user experience. On the chopping block this time? Google authorship. As of yesterday, Google authorship tags no longer show up in search results. Most likely you’ve seen the authorship tag when looking something up on Google. It is […]

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Not sure if your in-house pay per click department is giving you the ROI that you need as part of your search engine optimization? Well good news! Today I read that Google is replacing their Advertising Professionals exam with a new Adwords certification exam. This new program will “provides agencies with comprehensive, strategy-focused training and […]

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Boom! As you probably know by now Google is about to get all jacked up on Caffeine! No, they haven’t been downing extra shots of mocha latte… well maybe they have, but that’s not what we’re talking about. The newest update to Google’s ranking algorithm has been dubbed “Caffeine” and it encompassed some the biggest […]

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Ladies and Gentlemen: Google Trend Spamming

By: | August 27, 2009 | View: 4177

NowPublic.com reports that Google is being spammed with searches for “white people stole my car”. The idea, as far as we can tell, is to inflate the Google Trends data to make “white people stole my car” seem like a suddenly popular term. Thus, luring people who use Google trends to the spyware-o-rific websites that […]

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