Archive for June, 2009
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Scanning Google’s blog today I came across two different examples of the company making a legitimate effort to do right for the world outside of their standard business model. The first, GoogleServe: Thinking globally and serving locally, detailed Google’s [...]
Squidoo’s recent – and self-proclaimed “significant” – changes to their Terms of Services and operating policies will probably rub a good lot of users the wrong way, but few can deny that the modifications were necessary. Squidoo had become somewhat of a haven for spammers recently, and there’s no reason to think that a little clean-up can’t do wonders for Squidoo’s community.
Matt Cutts’ Monday post about Google PageRank sculpting should go a long way in helping “power-SEOS” better understand the intracacies of PR sculpting and the nofollow system and figure out ways to maximize the feature’s offerings. It’s Cutts’ belief that there’s been a somewhat expected misconception about nofollow links since Google changed the way they analyze links, and he’s made it his mission to straighten everything out for the betterment of everybody else.