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Search Week in Review for April 30, 2011

Here’s a recap of this week’s columns and news stories for the week of April 24 to 30, as reported by Search Engine Watch.Click to read the rest of this post…

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How to get google backlinks?

How to get google backlinks?. Seriouly I want it because my (URL=””)site(/URL) rank is being dropped due this google links abse

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Dreams, princesses and the Disney-industrial complex

"Like a dream come true" Choose your dreams carefully. Everyone is entitled to a dream. It gives us hope, focuses our energy, makes us human. Sometimes, though, we get sold a dream instead of creating our own. Is it really…

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Linden Lab Is About To Change Marketplace… Again.

Linden Lab begins beta testing of a new inventory and delivery system for Marketplace. …

Read More Pageviews Down After Panda Update Say New York Times Co.

Google’s Panda update has affected New York Times Co. owned, the company confirmed during its Q1 2011 earnings conference call. “Design changes in cost-per-click advertisements served by Google had a negative effect on click through rates in…

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Bing Shopping Redesign Offers New Shopping Experience

If you’re noticing something different on Bing Shopping, you’re right. With continued emphasis on providing users with tools to make more informed decisions, the Bing Team calls their update a “brand new experience” to help users shop. The new landing …

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Oh Happy Day! YouTube Founders Takeover Delicious

Forget the Royal Wedding, the surprise piece of news that came out this week was that AVOS, a new company formed by YouTube founders, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen has acquired Delicious – the most famous social bookmarking site on the web – which was in …

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Search News & Headlines Around the Web – April 29, 2011

Here’s a roundup of today’s other search news and headlines from around the web.Click to read the rest of this post…

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Women Sue Google for $50M Over Android User Tracking

Following news last week that Android devices track and store your location, two women are suing Google for $50 million and trying to force Google to stop selling devices with the tracking software. The class action lawsuit was filed Wednesday in U.S. …

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Google Doodle Celebrates William & Kate’s Royal Wedding

In honor of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine “Kate” Middleton, Google has posted a special logo in select countries today, including the UK, U.S., Canada, and Australia. The logo features the London procession route, red, white, and bl…

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