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Google Closing Freebase: A Move That Helps Feed Their Knowledge Graph

Google has announced that they’re closing their open source repository of facts—Freebase—and migrate its stored data and application programming interfaces (APIs) to Wikimedia Foundation’s project, Wikidata. In their announcement on Google+, the company said, “We’ve decided to help transfer the data in Freebase to Wikidata, and in mid-2015 we’ll wind...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News, SEO

Date Added: Dec 17, 2014

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Bing Dropped from Facebook’s Search

As part of it’s updates last week, Facebook has quietly dropped Bing results from its search. This end to a long relationship between Facebook and Microsoft is seen as a sign that the former is concentrating on serving results within its own network. Caption: Facebook dumped Bing’s search results as...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News

Date Added: Dec 15, 2014

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Google News Ending in Spain Due to Strict New Copyright Law

As a result of a law recently passed in Spain, Google has announced in a blog post that they’ll be shutting down Google News in the country next week. The new legislation will compel the search engine giant to pay licensing revenues to Spanish publishers if their content (even headlines)...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News, SEO

Date Added: Dec 12, 2014

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Google Seem to Have Broken Their “No Update During the Holiday Season” Rule with Penguin Updates

Since they rolled out their Florida Update in November 2003, Google has kept an official promise not to make changes to their ranking algorithms during holiday seasons. However, some webmasters and site owners believe that this promise has been broken with a flurry of Penguin updates. Caption: Penguins 3.1, 3.2,...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News, SEO

Date Added: Dec 10, 2014

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Mobile Search Expected to Surpass Desktop in the US in 2015

A report from digital research firm, eMarketer, suggested that marketers in the US are going to spend more on mobile search, particularly on SEO and PPC ads, than on desktop. Caption: eMarketer forecast huge PPC and SEO spending on tablets and smartphones in the future. Image Credit: Michael Coghlan, CC...

Posted by: Richard Eaves

Posted in: Search Engine News, SEO

Date Added: Dec 8, 2014

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Google Closing Freebase: A Move That Helps Feed Their Knowledge Graph

Posted in Search Engine News, SEO
By Richard Eaves on Dec 17, 2014

Google has announced that they’re closing their open source repository of facts—Freebase—and migrate its stored data and application programming interfaces (APIs) to Wikimedia Foundation’s project, Wikidata. In their announcement on...

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Bing Dropped from Facebook’s Search

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By Richard Eaves on Dec 15, 2014

As part of it’s updates last week, Facebook has quietly dropped Bing results from its search. This end to a long relationship between Facebook and Microsoft is seen as a...

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Google News Ending in Spain Due to Strict New Copyright Law

Posted in Search Engine News, SEO
By Richard Eaves on Dec 12, 2014

As a result of a law recently passed in Spain, Google has announced in a blog post that they’ll be shutting down Google News in the country next week. The...

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Google Seem to Have Broken Their “No Update During the Holiday Season” Rule with Penguin Updates

Posted in Search Engine News, SEO
By Richard Eaves on Dec 10, 2014

Since they rolled out their Florida Update in November 2003, Google has kept an official promise not to make changes to their ranking algorithms during holiday seasons. However, some webmasters...

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Mobile Search Expected to Surpass Desktop in the US in 2015

Posted in Search Engine News, SEO
By Richard Eaves on Dec 8, 2014

A report from digital research firm, eMarketer, suggested that marketers in the US are going to spend more on mobile search, particularly on SEO and PPC ads, than on desktop....

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