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Is Your Website Being Indexed Properly by Google? by @barriesmithii

One of the most common problems experienced when trying to rank in Google, is that your website is not currently being indexed correctly. If this is the case, it means Google is failing to access your web pages to index your site’s content effectively. Show More Summary

Rhetological Fallacies? Falacias Retologicas? Retorikai Felrevezetesek??

Remember our Rhetological Fallacies graphic? An index of most common errors and manipulations of rhetoric and logical thinking. It’s one of the most popular pages on Information is Beautiful ever. Well, thanks to ???, Hayanna Carvalho, Iván Galarza, Klaus-Michael Lux, Kadar Magor, Gilles Peyroux and Adriano Venditti, Rhetological Fallacies is now available in Chinese, French, [...]

Announcement: Libertarian Alliance Blog Moving to New Address

We are in the process of moving our Blog here: http://thelibertarianalliance.com/ It may take another week to get to get things right. There is still work to be done on the indexing and the colours and the general information pages. … Continue reading ?

Site news: New 'Features' index page

Hey you know that article you read on dpreview.com a couple of months ago that you really liked? What was it called again...? do you remember who wrote it...? Yeah, we hear you. Since we made some site changes earlier this summer it's...Show More Summary

3 Tips for the Ultimate Donation Experience

Each year, our Digital Giving Index shows that the online donation experience matters. Donors are more likely to give (and more likely to give larger donations) when they are presented with a donation page that keeps them in the moment of giving. Show More Summary

Umpteen exposés in the Eye and elsewhere

HACKWATCH: Game, set & match. Private Eye 1372, 8 August 2014, page 7. [Thanks to Pablo Byrne, Angus French and Richard James] [Ray Keene plagiarism index] [Ray Keene index]

The bubonic plagiarist

Private Eye, issue 1371, 27 July 2014, page 7. Meanwhile... [see also] [Thanks to Richard James] [Ray Keene plagiarism index] [Ray Keene index]

Sales Benchmark Index lists its competitors on its new site

Sales Benchmark Index, a sales and marketing consultancy focused on helping B2B companies make the number, recently updated their site. Besides going with an interesting black and white design, they also created a page that lists their competitors, including McKinsey,...

New site exposes the web pages people hide from Google

Following a ruling recently made by the European Court of Justice, Google was forced to create a system whereby European citizens can instruct Google to remove specific web pages from its search index. This means that when people search...Show More Summary

Indexing pages that Google must hide from Europeans

3 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

The controversial "right to be forgotten" European court ruling has Google removing embarrassing (and worse) search results from search-results served in the EU. Read the rest

Juwai.com Claims Victory in Battle for Eyeballs

Leading Chinese portal Juwai.com has claimed a victory in the battle for the eyeballs of Chinese international property hunters, with twice the page rank and seven times the number of pages indexed by the all-important Chinese property portal, Baidu.com.

Your Ultimate Guide to SEO and Social Media Optimization for Real Estate Listings

Whether you are small business owner, real estate agent or a broker agent – making sure your website’s listing pages are optimized for easy crawling, indexing and sharing is essential for ranking your site well....

Influential Twitter Accounts Indexed More in Google [Research]

Stone Temple Consulting released findings of research today that showed indexation of Twitter pages was low in Google search results overall, but that influential Twitter accounts with specific types of tweets were indexed more.

Get Ready for Decatur's July 4th Pied Piper Parade

Decatur GA Decatur's July 4th Pied Piper Parade. File photo From: http://www.visitdecaturgeorgia.com/index.aspx?page=388Join Decatur's July 4th Pied Piper Parade as it winds through downtown Decatur. Decorate your wagon, ride your bike, skate, or walk in this event.The City Commissioners will lead the parade in the mini-firetruck. Show More Summary

Decatur's Pied Piper Parade July 4th at 6 p.m.

From: http://www.visitdecaturgeorgia.com/index.aspx?page=388Join Decatur's July 4th Pied Piper Parade as it winds through downtown Decatur. Decorate your wagon, ride your bike, skate, or walk in this event.The City Commissioners will lead the parade in the mini-firetruck. Show More Summary

Will Google Enter The Insurance Industry?

3 months agoTechnology : TechCrunch

When it comes to collecting and organizing information, Google is well on its way to establishing its hegemony through the registration of 6 billion daily unique searches and indexing of over 50 billion web pages (2013). What remains to be seen is how this information is being made universally accessible and at what price. Show More Summary

Costumes for a Masked Ball

Illustration: Fritz August Breuhaus de Groot. Costume designs for a masked ball, 1927. I always love introducing relatively new names and faces to The Textile Blog. The Designer Index page is getting longer and longer, but I don't make any excuses for that. Show More Summary

Hillary’s Hard Choices, By The Numbers

The book is over 600 pages long, so here's what you need to know from the index

ALA 101 - Updates

Back in the day....(damn, I sound like a geezer), I posted a series of notes about ALA and its structure and governance. When I last changed format of the blog, I took the index to them and made it a "page."Today, I updated that page to include a couple of new links. Show More Summary

A Short On How the Wayback Machine Stores More Pages than Stars in the Milky Way

How does the Wayback Machine work? Now with over 400 billion webpages indexed, allowing the Internet to be browsed all the way back to 1996, it's an even more compelling question. I've looked several times but I've never found a really good answer. Here's some information from a thread on Hacker News. It starts with mmagin, a former Archive employee:

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