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1961: new post   Google Loses Italian Autocomplete Defamation Case
"On Tuesday, lead counsel Carlo Piana wrote on his blog that the Court of Milan has upheld its earlier decision to order Google to filter out libellous search suggestions. These are the suggestions that pop up in Google's search input bar, proposing what the user might be wanting to search for. [br][br]People searching via Google for Piana's client, who remains publicly unnamed, were apparently presented with autocomplete suggestions including truffatore ("con man") and truffa ("fraud").[br][br]Google lost its bid to claim the protection of the E-Commerce Directive's safe harbour provisions, which partly shields hosting and ISPs from liability for content held on or transmitted over their systems. However, the court viewed the autocomplete suggestions as being produced by Google itself."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 5, 2011
1962: new post   Google Starts Phone Support For AdWords Advertisers In U.S. and Canada
Currently we offer email and online support, and today we're introducing free phone support for all of our U.S.- and Canada-based AdWords customers.[br][br]To speak to one of our specialists, give us a call at 1-866-2Google between Monday-Friday, 9am-8pm Eastern Time. This number is for current AdWords advertisers only, so please make sure you have your customer ID ready.
Google AdWordsApr 5, 2011
1963: new post   Bing's Stefan Weitz on The Future Of Search
Bing director Stefan Weitz, who is shaping Microsoft's search engine as it goes head to head with Google's, predicts search will disappear in the next few years.[br][br]Search engines will not cease to exist, but their tasks will become less and less visible and more and more intuitive, Weitz said.
Bing Search Engine NewsApr 5, 2011
1964: new post   More Retailers Warning of Security Breach
Best Buy Co., TiVo Inc., and Walgreen Co. are the latest in a seemingly endless string of companies to warn over the weekend that hackers gained access to customers' files, including email addresses.[br][br]The companies all use the same marketing and communications vendor, Epsilon.[br][br]It's a leading marketing services firm that sends more than 40 billion emails annually and has more than 2,500 clients including seven of the Fortune 10.[br][br]Epsilon, based in Dallas, issued a brief statement on Friday saying "a full investigation was under way" following the discovery of the breach of some customer client data. The company said that information obtained was limited to names and email addresses and that "no other personal identifiable information associated with the names was at risk."
EcommerceApr 4, 2011
1965: new post   Google Updates and SERP Changes - April 2011
WebmasterWorld's monthly SERP monitoring and update thread for April 2011.
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 3, 2011
1966: new post   Google Introduces Gmail Motion
Gmail Motion uses your computer's built-in webcam and Google's patented spatial tracking technology to detect your movements and translate them into meaningful characters and commands. Movements are designed to be simple and intuitive for people of all skill levels. ;)
FooApr 1, 2011
1967: new post   AllTheWeb.com To Close April 4, 2011
Yahoo! will be closing AlltheWeb on April 4, 2011, as we focus on other features to improve your search experience. Starting on April 4, 2011, www.alltheweb.com will redirect to Yahoo! Search at search.yahoo.com. Thanks for your understanding.
Alternative Search EnginesMar 31, 2011
1968: new post   Baidu Deletes Almost 2.8 Million Files Of Online Works Over Copyright
Chinese search engine Baidu has deleted 2.8m works from its online library, Baidu Wenku, in an attempt to settle a copyright dispute with writers.[br][br]"By Tuesday afternoon we had removed almost 2.8 million files, mainly from the Literary Works section of the site, which was the primary concern of the writers and publishers,"
Asia and Pacific RegionMar 31, 2011
1969: new post   Microsoft Files Complaint With EU Commission Over Google's Dominance
As troubling as the situation is in United States, it is worse in Europe. That is why our filing today focuses on a pattern of actions that Google has taken to entrench its dominance in the markets for online search and search advertising to the detriment of European consumers.[br][br]How does it do this? Google has built its business on indexing and displaying snippets of other organizations' Web content. It understands as well as anyone that search engines depend upon the openness of the Web in order to function properly, and it's quick to complain when others undermine this. Unfortunately, Google has engaged in a broadening pattern of walling off access to content and data that competitors need to provide search results to consumers and to attract advertisers.
Microsoft CorporateMar 31, 2011
1970: new post   Google Rolls Out the +1 Button - parallels the Facebook "Like"
Today Google began rolling out their next foray into social recommendations. Google calls it +1, as they explain "the digital shorthand for "this is pretty cool.'"[br][br]To recommend something, you click the +1 button on an organic result or ad you find useful. These +1's will then start appearing in Google search results for others in your social network when they are signed in. Future plans include +1 buttons for websites, too.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 30, 2011
1971: new post   Google Will Get Independent Audits Over Buzz Privacy
Google will be subjected to independent privacy audits for the next 20 years over charges that it "violated its own privacy promises".[br][br]"Google Buzz fell short of our usual standards," Google said in a blog post.
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMar 30, 2011
1972: new post   Salesforce Acquires Radian6 for $326 Million
Salesforce.com on Wednesday said it acquired Radian6, a social media monitoring service, for $326 million in cash and stock.[br][br]The deal, which is expected to close in the quarter ending July 31, gives Salesforce technology to monitor, track and analyze social media across properties like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, youTube and other sites.
Webmaster GeneralMar 30, 2011
1973: new post   How Should I Link Build Now?
There seems to be a great deal of chatter about the devaluing of links on your basic syndication channels (article networks) after the Panda Update.[br][br]WebmasterWorld Members discuss ideas on how to build links that would stand the test of time.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 29, 2011
1974: new post   eBay To Acquire GSI Commerce for $2.4 Billion
eBay announced Monday that it will acquire GSI Commerce, an e-commerce marketing services company, for $29.25 a share--which will likely come out to be around $2.4 billion.
EcommerceMar 28, 2011
1975: new post   How To 301 Over 50,000 Pages
WebmasterWorld Members review the challenge of creating a 301 for over 50,000 pages.
Apache Web ServerMar 28, 2011
1976: new post   European Lawsuit May Have Ramifications For Trademark Keywords
Nevertheless, if the court goes along with the advocate general's opinion, something it generally does, the decision could have financial ramifications for Google if advertisers have less latitude to buy rivals' brand names as keywords for so-called sponsored links, analysts said.
Google AdWordsMar 25, 2011
1977: new post   Improving Website Performance
I'm running a Joomla! website and I'm experiencing some performance issues.[br][br]I ran into this problem a while ago and after extensive testing the host figured out it was an issue with the hard-drive combined with a CPU that couldn't cope and to low memory. So they gave me a new server with a new hard-drive, twice the CPU power and twice the memory. It's a VDS in a cluster setup, so it should be able to "run" my website.[br][br]My website performed OK then, not great but it's a "big" site, sort off... 6 languages/different front-pages, around 3500 pages. So I figured it was as good as it was going to get back then.[br][br]Fast forward a year and my website is slow again. And by slow I mean, if I use host-tracker.com to check the average load times. I get an average load time of around 4 seconds....[br][br]What I did so far:
Apache Web ServerMar 25, 2011
1978: new post   New, Improved Location Targeting On Google AdWords
...you can choose to target or exclude your ads based on the user's physical location or the location of interest (for example, the location-specific terms in their search queries). By physical location, we mean the place where the user is actually located, such as 'New York City,' instead of the location that's included in the search query, such as 'restaurants in New York'. In addition, we've modified the default setting for locations that you don't want to reach and made it more in line with your requests.
Google AdWordsMar 24, 2011
1979: new post   Bing Improves Its Mobile Browse Experience
...we launched updates to the Bing for Mobile browse (m.bing.com) making it easier for you to get and view information while on the go.[br][br]New features in this update include better and faster image search, real-time transit and directions, app search for the iPhone, and more.[br][br] Utilizing HTML5, the new features are offered on Smartphone browsers for the iPhone and Android.[br][br]If you have a Windows Phone 7 device, don't worry, Windows Phone 7 just announced that it will support HTML5 later this year so these updates will work great at that time.
Bing Search Engine NewsMar 23, 2011
1980: new post   The Downside to Using Noindex
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the downsides of switching to using noindex.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 23, 2011
1981: new post   4 options in business
As a business matures, you need to make choices; you'll likely need to choose one of these four options. Which one is appropriate for yours?
Professional Webmaster Business IssuesMar 23, 2011
1982: new post   Yahoo Introduces Search Direct (beta)
This new feature (currently in beta) taps into Yahoo!'s unique opportunity to combine content and structured data and to provide a rich search experience.[br][br]Search Direct predicts search results as fast as a person types, character by character, and presents those results dynamically, generating a fast, simple search experience that goes beyond a list of blue links.[br][br]Search Direct rolls out in a public beta to Yahoo! users across the U.S. today, and will be available in other Yahoo! products and markets later this year.
Yahoo Search Engine and DirectoryMar 23, 2011
1983: new post   Amazon Sued By Apple Over Appstore Name
Amazon has begun improperly using Apple's App Store mark in connection with Amazon's mobile software developer program.
EcommerceMar 22, 2011
1984: new post   Firefox 4 Launched
Firefox 4 is available to download for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux in more than 80 languages.
Firefox Browser Usage and SupportMar 22, 2011
1985: new post   IE 9 Can Change the Document Mode Automatically
Have you seen this browser behavior in IE9? Click on a link to an HTML5 page, and the document mode that was set to IE9 is automatically reset to IE7.[br][br]The problematic result is that the new canvas element does not work - as well as other HTML 5 goodies. And even more puzzling part is that the page has the HTML 5 DTD. [br][br]There's a lot of detail to learn about document compatibility in IE 9.
HTMLMar 21, 2011
1986: new post   eCommerce: Managing Negative Online Reviews
Negative reviews can come about not just because the customer's buying experience has failed.[br][br]These reviews can stay online with original and scraper sites, despite satisfactory resolution.[br][br]WebmasterWorld Members discuss how ecommerce businesses can best manage negative reviews posted online.
EcommerceMar 21, 2011
1987: new post   Google's CEO Larry Page Wants to Return Google to Its Roots
Page's mandate now is to renew Google's energy and drive, and in some ways he is the perfect person to perform that task. He is also perhaps the quirkiest person to ever run a $30 billion company. Google has had a wild ride over its first 12 years. It's about to get even wilder.
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMar 20, 2011
1988: new post   ICANN Approves New .X X X Top Level Domain
Today the ICANN Board of Directors authorized the CEO of ICANN to execute the proposed registry agreement for the .[smilestopper]xxx sTLD with ICM Registry.
Domain NamesMar 19, 2011
1989: new post   Microsoft Takes Down Rustock Botnet - Removes 39% of Email Spam
How about some good news? The Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit has dismantled a huge and complex botnet called Rustock, an operation given the credit (or blame) for 39% of all email spam. [br][br]Writing on the TechNet blog, Richard Boscovich, Senior Attorney for the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit explained the complex of legal and technical action that lead to this success.
Webmaster GeneralMar 19, 2011
1990: new post   After the Google Panda Update,What Improvements Have You Seen?
WebmasterWorld members discuss the status of the Panda update at Google.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 18, 2011
1991: new post   AdSense to Load Faster For Content Publishers Worldwide
We've now developed a new ads delivery technique to improve the speed of websites that display AdSense ads, so that it doesn't slow down your page content. We're very happy to announce that we've eliminated this slowdown for the majority of websites and for a number of browsers, and are seeing pages load as much as a second faster than before.[br][br]At this time, we're deploying globally for users of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and will be expanding the list of browsers that benefit from this speed-up soon.
Google AdSenseMar 17, 2011
1992: new post   Google AdWords "Billing Content Change" Email Is Legitimate, and Not Phishing
I checked the headers, and it *looks* like it might have come from Google. But the email itself looks kind of skeevy, and I'm not replying to it.[br][br]If it *is* legit, suggest Google find a better way to communicate this - like through our account interfaces.
Google AdWordsMar 17, 2011
1993: new post   Does Google Whitelist Certain Websites?
Webmasters have long wondered if Google maintains a whitelist that protects certain domains from penalties. As reported on SERoundtable, Google issued a statement to clarify the question. [br][br]Their answer denies anything like a "get out of jail free" card, but it explains what they call "exception lists" or "exception logs."[br][br]
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 17, 2011
1994: new post   Court Finds SEO Firm Responsible For Online Sales of Counterfeit Goods
"For Internet Intermediaries like SEOs and web hosts, this should be a cautionary warning," says Christopher Finnerty, one of the lawyers for Cleveland Golf.[br][br]"The jury found that web hosts and SEO's cannot rely solely on third parties to police their web sites and provide actual notice of counterfeit sales from the brand owners.[br][br]Even prior to notification from a third party, Internet intermediaries must be proactive to stop infringing sales when they knew or should have known that these illegal sales were occurring through one of the web sites they host."
General Search Engine Marketing IssuesMar 16, 2011
1995: new post   Microsoft IE9 Ready for Download
The final, consumer-ready Internet Explorer 9 is available for download starting at 9:00 PM PDT at www.BeautyOfTheWeb.com in 39 languages.[br][br]With this set of browser releases, the best experience of the Web is on Windows.[br][br]IE9 shows how your Web experience and browser are only as good as the operating system they run on...
Microsoft Internet ExplorerMar 15, 2011
1996: new post   Google to Take Another Try at Social Networking
"... the service will offer photo, video and status message sharing. Everything users share on Circles will be shared only with the most appropriate circle of social contacts in their lives, not with all your contacts in bulk. Circles may be shown off at an event co-hosted tonight by the ACLU, an organization focused on privacy and the liberties it affords. It may not be a big public launch yet, but it's clear that this is a major product in the works at the very least."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMar 13, 2011
1997: new post   US Senate to Investigate Google for Antitrust Issues
Google's dominance in Internet search are among the issues the Senate's leading legislator on antitrust issues plans to scrutinize in the months ahead. [br][br]Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) specifically called out Google as a potential cause for concern. The senator in December urged the Justice Department to conduct a "careful review" of the search giant's attempted acquisition of travel search software firm ITA.
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMar 11, 2011
1998: new post   Google Adds Block Domain To Search
"Once you click the link to 'Block all example.com results' you'll get a confirmation message, as well as the option to undo your choice. You'll see the link whether or not you're signed in, but the domains you block are connected with your Google Account, so you'll need to sign in before you can confirm a block.[br][br]Now when you click a result and then return to Google, you'll find a new link next to 'Cached' that reads 'Block all example.com results.'[br][br]Once you've blocked a domain, you won't see it in your future search results. (Side note: Sometimes you may have to search on a new term, rather than simply refreshing your browser, before you'll notice the domain has been successfully removed.) The next time you're searching and a blocked page would have appeared, you'll see a message telling you results have been blocked, making it easy to manage your personal list of blocked sites. This message will appear at the top or bottom of the results page depending on the relevance of the blocked pages."
Google SEO News and DiscussionMar 11, 2011
1999: new post   FF4 RC For Win, Mac and Linux Ready for Download
The millions of users testing Firefox 4 will be automatically updated to this version and will join our Mozilla QA team in validating the new features, enhanced performance and stability and HTML5 capabilities in Firefox 4.[br][br]The team has fixed more than 8,000 bugs since the first beta release of Firefox 4.
Firefox Browser Usage and SupportMar 10, 2011
2000: new post   Microsoft adCenter To Introduce Quality Score
Beginning this spring, advertisers will be able to leverage a new adCenter Quality Score for optimizing campaigns in the Bing+Yahoo search marketplace.[br][br]* Quality Score will be on a 1-10 scale, and be calculated at the keyword level for each match-type being purchased[br][br]* Scores are designed to represent how competitive your keyword is within the marketplace, with three sub-scores for keyword relevance, landing page relevance, and landing page user experience[br][br][br]* Actionable guidance will be provided to optimize and improve your quality score[br][br]* At launch, scores will be visible and exportable from the adCenter Web UI, and accessible through adCenter Reporting and Reporting APIs
BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)Mar 9, 2011
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