While Google and Facebook fight fake news, people on the sidelines are debating whether they're taking the right course of action.
After breaking Google's guidelines for years, they've finally be swatted with a penalty - and they aren't taking it well.
The concept behind this theory is that Panda is so slow because Google needs to recrawl a page before Panda is applied to it.
John Mueller mentioned it in a Google Hangout recently, but it remains to be seen whether this was just him cleverly deflecting a question or actually opening a window.
Some folks on WebmasterWorld are speculating that some "Phantom" tremors that began on the 14th could be Panda revving its engine.
In the Uk, Google has lost an appeal to prevent the resident consumers from being able to sue over what they are claiming to be a misuse of privacy settings in the Safari browser.
Apparently, a number of third party sources are claiming there there is some shuffling of rankings in Google:
I was scanning WMW and this stopped me in my tracks: http://www.webmasterworld.com/goog/4720495.htm
Apparenty, there is some drama and advertising policy intrigue between the SF Appeal and Google Adsense ...
Matt Cutts is extending his away time into 2015 and he is not not sure if he's gonna come back... here is the quote:
I'm watching drugs inc and apparently there are now online market places where people are buying drugs online and it even has reviews :/
Google is reportedly planning on launching a competing service to Spotify and Pandora.
What follows is the story of my good friend Ann Smarty's community being the target of a Google smear campaign.
CNET is reporting that Google has removed several apps from the chrome web
I haven't noticed until now that Google Analytics happens to be one of the last Google products that isn't using SSL by
As many of you know by now, Rap Genius was recently penalized by Google
Android 4.3 originally shipped with a privacy feature that allowed users to pick and choose what data an app could collect on a device.
Google is currently developing a new security platform called, U2F (Universal 2nd Factor).
This is very interesting!
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