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5 Names Better than the “Pigeon” Update for Google’s New Local Algorithm

When Google released a major update to its local algorithm on July 24th, the folks over at Search Engine Land were quick to call it the Pigeon Update. While we certainly understand the potential reasoning for such a name, we think they could have done a lot better. With Google’s Hummingbird update still fresh in …

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Say Goodbye to Author Photos (And Your Little Dog Too)

Remember all those hours you spent adding Google Authorship to your posts so you could get your picture in the search results? Well, the latest announcement from Google’s John Mueller will have a big impact on those efforts.

Adding Google Authorship to a website or blog has become a best practice in the world of …

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PUMA Partners with First Scribe to Launch Online Store for Australia

PUMA, a worldwide leader in athletic footwear and apparel, has partnered with First Scribe to develop and launch a new online storefront for their Australian market — http://au.puma.com. First Scribe has a long history with numerous PUMA employees and has worked with them on previous projects for Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Pour La Victoire …

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Google Adds Sports Highlights to Search Results

Right in the heart of the NHL and NBA playoff seasons, Google has unleashed a new feature that puts game highlights front and center in the search results.

When you Google your favorite sports team, you’re probably used to seeing their upcoming schedule, recent results, team roster, and more at the top of the search …

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The New Twitter is Here

Twitter is trying to simplify its platform so they can capture users who have been having trouble understanding how Twitter works.

Their first major change has been to the layout, which surprisingly, makes it look like Facebook. Good move? Bad move? While I don’t think it’s a bad change, I do think it’s pretty uninspired. …

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