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Rolling Stone Still Running Totally Debunked Rape Story Online

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Mediaite columnist Joe Concha scolded Rolling Stone magazine on Media Buzz on Sunday morning because its botched campus rape story from last year is still online. It's also the very first Google search result for "rape on campus," he noted.

Google+ is Changing, but How Will it Change Your Business?

It’s no secret that as underutilized as it is in the social media world, Google+ has been a powerhouse for search engine optimization. From personalized search results to improving organic reach, the Google+ platform has been a go to source to start building SEO for businesses. Google+’s number one spot might change as a result of an upcoming platform reorganization.

Search Engine PR: What It Is and How It Works

Looking for a way to get place positive reviews of your company to the top of the search results? All it takes is a little know-how. In fact, the steps are fairly simple! Start by consistently encouraging customers to share favorable...Show More Summary

Secret FTC Report Says Google Promoted Its Services Above Others in Search Results

In 2013, the Federal Trade Commission cleared Google of charges that the company had stifled competition by rigging its search results to promote its own content and services (like restaurant recommendations and flight results). ButShow More Summary

It's time to put America’s small businesses on the map

If you searched for “Dependable Care near Garland, TX” a few months ago, you would have seen a lot of search results—but not the one that mattered to Marieshia Hicks. Marieshia runs Dependable Care Health Service in Garland, and it was her business that was missing. Show More Summary

Yes, Google Manipulated Its Search Results. It’s Probably Allowed To.

On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal published an explosive story on a Federal Trade Commission report detailing how Google manipulated its search results to benefit its own services. In most other contexts, this kind of monopoly-building practice would probably put Google on the losing end of an antitrust lawsuit. Show More Summary

Healthy Google

Sometimes, it’s the little things. I got an email the other day from someone who works with Google, telling me some cool news: They’ve updated their search results about health conditions. They now provide information that’s curated and vetted by doctors, including the Mayo Clinic! That’s fantastic. Show More Summary

Google News buries news of Google's FTC investigation under Daniel Lyons fluff

After the embarrassing leak of a U.S. Federal Trade Commission investigation that described how Google shifted around its search results to harm competition, Google News has shifted its search results to harm journalism, promoting instead a fluff piece glorifying Google, written by Daniel Lyons.

FTC report sheds light on Google's dirty laundry

A previously undisclosed report by staffers at the Federal Trade Commission reveals new details about how Google manipulated search results to favour its own services.

Colorful Knowledge Graph Cards

Last month, Google tested some colorful cards for mobile search results. Now Google's mobile site shows Knowledge Graph cards with colorful backgrounds, but only if you use an iPhone and you're not signed in. It's not clear if Google uses random colors or they're related to the image search results.{ Thanks, Shinohara Makoto. }

FTC Reports Google Boosted its Properties Ahead Of Competitors’ in Search Results by @mattsouthern

The results of an investigation by the FTC into Google, obtained by the Wall Street Journal and reported on by The Verge, reveal that Google has allegedly manipulated its search results in a way has stifled its competition. The investigation...Show More Summary

FTC Report Shows How Google Skewed Search Results

Rolfe Winkler and Brody Mullins, reporting for the WSJ: In a lengthy investigation, staffers in the FTC’s bureau of competition found evidence that Google boosted its own services for shopping, travel and local businesses by altering its ranking criteria and “scraping” content from other sites. Show More Summary

Google threatened to remove web sites from its search engine unless they let Google use their content (GOOG)

Over the years, some competitors like Yelp have complained that Google manipulates its search results to bury competitors and favor its own sites. On Thursday, we found out that some government investigators shared a lot of those concerns back in 2012, and wanted to sue Google for antitrust over them. Show More Summary

New Leaked Report Describes How FTC Staff Wanted to Sue Google

A report acquired by the Wall Street Journal reveals that the Federal Trade Commission found, back in 2012, that Google had been skewing search results in such a way that harmed rival companies and Internet users. Read more...

Google Maps iOS app adds full-screen maps, improved voice search & transit directions

Google Maps for iPhone and iPad has received an update to version 4.4.0 bringing a new full-screen map view, improved transit directions and voice search, and the ability to filter search results for Zagat-reviewed restaurants. Google notes that the new full-screen mode can be activated by “tapping an empty spot on the map,” while improved […]

FTC staff wanted to sue Google: WSJ

Report found that Google "scraped" content from rivals and manipulated search results to promote its own services.        

Google Mobile Search Result Highlights

last weekInternet / SEO : SEO Book

Google recently added highlights at the bottom of various sections of their mobile search results. The highlights appear on ads, organic results, and other various vertical search insertion types. The colors vary arbitrarily by section and are patterned off the colors in the Google logo. Show More Summary

Search Results: Why Can’t We Stop Watching ‘Empire’?

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A roundtable on Fox’s breakout hit as its first season draws to a close.

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