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Four Key Things Google Admitted to the Feds

In one of the largest settlements of its kind in U.S. history, Google agreed last week to pay the U.S. government half a billion dollars for allowing its advertising system to be abused by Canadian Internet prescription drug peddlers illegally importing their wares into the country. The size of the settlement wasn’t the only eye-opener...
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SEO: There Is No Secret Ingredient

When Google announced their latest algorithm update codename “Panda” the jokes came out of the woodwork to tease the name. But the reality was that this update impacted the SERPs big time. A lot of major sites suffered traffic loss due to their rankings falling. When that happened a lot of SEOs were scrambling to...
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The Complete Idiot’s Guide to WordPress Is Smart Reading for all Bloggers

Many people do not want to admit to their weaknesses, and sometimes they find ways to make light of their foibles–or at least enjoy a comedian’s light satire. Jeff Foxworthy once joked how being a redneck means “a glorious absence of sophistication.” So imagine how refreshing admitting to a lack of glorious WordPress sophistication can...
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New Heat for Google CEO

BY THOMAS CATAN AND AMIR EFRATI Behind Google Inc.’s decision this week to settle a U.S. criminal probe into ads it carried for unlicensed online pharmacies lies a previously undisclosed factor: Justice Department investigators believed company co-founder Larry Page knew of, and allowed, the ads for years. Sorting through more than four million documents, prosecutors...
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New Tool Uses Webcams to ‘Read’ Credit Cards

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about mobile payments technologies like Square, a little white box that plugs into an iPhone and essentially turns it into a credit card processing tool. Small business owners and entrepreneurs like these technologies because it lets them bypass the high costs of processing credit card payments through traditional...
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Jumio Comes To WordPress, Turns Blog Readers’ Webcams Into Credit Card Readers

Post Recommended Washington Post reporters or editors recommend this comment or reader post. Article source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/jumio-comes-to-wordpress-turns-blog-readers-webcams-into-credit-card-readers/2011/08/25/gIQA8s3AeJ_story.html
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Pay-per-click can work for you: The power of search engine marketing

SEO, or search engine optimization, has become a strategy familiar to nearly every real estate professional. This technical web site marketing method typically proves effective toward increasing organic search engine rank results. But real estate professionals who combine SEO efforts with search engine marketing – known as SEM – are the ones reaping the biggest...
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Hackers Use Google To Uncover Social Security Numbers of 43000 Yale Students

Image: See-ming Lee 李思明 SML on flickr Liz Klimas What‘s the Oddest Thing Found at Gadhafi’s Compound? How About a Condi Rice Photo Album Cops Confiscate 2 Cameras at Ohio GOP Rep. Chabot’s Town Hall Mtg. Two Russian Bombers Caught Invading European Airspace Personal info of 43,000 Yale students, staff and alumni was hacked using...
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WordPress is Powering 14.7 Percent of Top Global Websites

Matt Mullenweg, founder of the WordPress web publishing platform, took the stage at the recent San Francisco WordCamp event to share the state of the WordPress union. A key figure: WordPress is now powering 14.7% of the top one million global websites. There’s more.  You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby A few more impressive stats:  22 out...
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What To Do When Your Brand Message Doesn’t Match How People Search

SEO is all about words. Which words people search with; how to use them; and where to put them. Choosing the right keywords is imperative to the success of any SEO campaign. Unfortunately, selecting these keywords isn’t always as simple as it would seem. Many B2B companies have very specific marketing and messaging philosophies that...
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