Enterprise Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is not rocket science. In fact, it is not even as faceted as many other sectors of SEO in which practitioners have to perform many more nuanced SEO tasks (and often by themselves). So why is Enterprise SEO so underserved and why do so few large organizations embrace it properly?...Read More
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Google has teamed up with Facebook and Microsoft. Itâ€™s a very rare occurrence. But even the worst of tech enemies can agree that phishing is bad. On Monday, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo!, and eleven others outfits announced they had formed a new alliance to combat phishing â€” a way of fooling email and web users...Read More
For those of us who have been in search engine optimization (SEO) for a number of years, we can recall the days when SEO efforts were measured by a ranking report, alone. That is to say, you might pick your top 50 keywords, dump these into a rank checker, run a report monthly, and determine...Read More
(CBS News)Â They’re known to attract the best and brightest minds. But this week, a federal judge ordered Google, Apple and five other high-tech companies to court over accusations they violated anti-trust laws by conspiring not to poach each other’s employees. CBS News correspondent Lee Cowan looks at this development. At issue is whether some...Read More
Earlier this week when Google Plus announced changes to its name policy, I was quick to point out that what was being reported as the ability to create and use pseudonyms on the service was not what it seemed. After extensive communication over the past three days (and nights) with Googleâ€™s official spokespeople and learning...Read More
Researchers have uncovered several vulnerabilities in the default WordPress installation page. “The flaws were found by researchers at TrustWave’s SpiderLabs, and in their advisory on the WordPress bugs, they describe how attackers would be able to exploit them,” writes Threatpost’s Dennis Fisher. “In the advisory, the researchers also include code that can be used to...Read More
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