Posts Tagged “Google”

Content Farms in Europe – Will They Be Next?

by Hessam on March 4, 2011

Google launched a major algorithmic change during the last week of February, targeting so called Content Farms. These are sites with the revenue model of creating content cheaply which is later monetized with aggressive advertising. Some well-known content farms are (…)

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A Major Step Towards Improving Google Search Quality

by Hessam on January 24, 2011

Google’s toolbar PageRank is Evil! I don’t mean it in a clubbing-baby-seals-evil sense, but in that it creates unnecessary confusion and misunderstandings which eventually lead to many incorrect business decisions. In addition, it’s empowering an entire industry of sleazy online (…)

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Google Place Search And Its Impact On Location Services

by Hessam on October 28, 2010

Yesterday Google announced the launch of Place Search. From now on when Google’s algorithms think you are performing a location specific search you will automatically be shown the Place Search SERP layout. Your physical location is automatically detected but there (…)

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Mixing Flash With Fashion – It’s Soo Last Season

by Hessam on October 21, 2010

It seems that the more money and fame a company has, the crappier websites it manages to produce. Two major sinners in this area are the fashion and the film industry. Others are restaurants, hotels, media and marketing agencies, and (…)

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Google Instant Search and its impact on SEO

by Hessam on September 10, 2010

During Tuesday’s major search event in San Francisco Google announced a new search feature called Google Instant which will significantly change the way users search for information on Google Search. Google Instant – Live updating search result page This new interface (…)

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