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Last month, Google broke the status quo by actually publicly disclosing a part of their top secret search algorithm. What change could possibly have been so significant that Google would announce it from the rooftops? As it turns out, Google now officially considers a page’s load time in its algorithm. Matt Cutts even recorded a […]

Link: Microsoft Blasts Google’s Ad Policies Here’s a synopsis of the article: Microsoft denounces Google AdWords policy for hindering online advertising competition. Specifically, Microsoft execs feel that Google intentionally makes it unnecessarily difficult to transfer account/ad information from Adwords to other search engine advertisers, such as Microsoft AdCenter (for bing) or even Yahoo Marketing Solutions. […]

Link: Google expands ad targeting methods Google is toeing a fine line between efficiency and being totally creepy. Like I mentioned in a previous post, Google is a business. It wasn’t built by the people for the people, despite all the happy feelings associated with the company. I love Google products as much as the […]

I would be remiss if I didn’t blog about Super Bowl XLIV commercials. I thought last year’s showing was pretty weak (a sign of companies cutting back ad spending), but this year was far worse. There were few that made me laugh out loud, think about something poignant, or really feel any connection to a […]

Link: China v Google Not About Free Speech The above article is written by Mark Pilatowski, who works in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Speaking as someone quite familiar with the industry, I can tell you that us SEOptimizers have a unique view of Google. Our perspective of its business practices and user-oriented changes are a […]

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