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Google Gives Advice On Speedier Penalty Recovery

Google has shared some advice in a new Webmaster Help video about recovering from Google penalties that you have incurred as the result of a time period of spammy links. Now, as we’ve seen, sometimes this happens to a company unintentionally. A business could have hired the wrong person/people to do their SEO work, and gotten their site banished from …

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Google Ventures Shares Presentation On Lean Product Management

Google Ventures, Google’s investment arm, has shared an 80-minute workshop presentation on the topic of lean product management. Startup veteran Dan Olsen talks about applying lean startup principles to product management. He covers best practices in understanding customer needs, prioritization, UX design, user testing, and analytics that can be used for product optimization. Olsen has 20 years of product management …

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Matt Cutts Talks Content Stitching In New Video

Google has a new Webmaster Help video out about content that takes text from other sources. Specifically, Matt Cutts responds to this question: Hi Matt, can a site still do well in Google if I copy only a small portion of content from different websites and create my own article by combining it all, considering I will mention the source …

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The ‘Funniest Person On Twitter’ Talks At Google

Comedian Rob Delaney, who has been called “the funniest person on Twitter” by Comedy Central, and one of the “50 funniest people” by Rolling Stone, recently gave an “At Google” talk. The company has now made the hour-long talk available to all on YouTube. He discusses his memoir “Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage.” among …

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Two Women Twerk on Subway Tracks, Somehow Avoid Darwin Award Nomination

The video is only 13 seconds long, and we don’t really know what happened after the camera shuts off, but it appears that two women have survived what might be the world’s dumbest twerking exhibition. “No face,” says one of the subway twerkers as the camera pans around to the front. Unfortunately for the lead twerker, the cameraman did catch …

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Google Shares Tips For Ecommerce AdSense Sites

Google has made available a recent Hangout on Air with a couple of Googlers from the ecommerce team, who discuss some conversion and optimization tips for ecommerce AdSense publishers. They walk you through a presentation on how to make the most of the holiday season. More specifically it gets into creating a user-friendly experience, and capturing mobile opportunities, as well …

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Dwyane Wade Videobombs LeBron James With Cartwheels

Dwyane Wade left teammate LeBron James speechless momentarily following the Miami Heat’s 107-92 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Monday. While LeBron was giving a post-game interview, Dwyane decided to do a couple of cartwheels. (Some people question whether or not what Wade did was really a cartwheel, but we won’t get into that.) The look on LeBron James’s face …

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Home Alone, Your Favorite Xmas Movie, Gets an Honest Trailer

I’m not going to lie – Home Alone is one of the best things about the holidays. Ever since I was 8 years old, I haven’t let a December go by without watching the John Hughes-produced classic at least once. It’s endlessly quotable, it has a great soundtrack, and it even manages to hit you right in the feels at …

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Kanye Approves of Seth Rogen’s Bound 2 Parody, Thank God

Last week, Kanye West released a video for Yeezus‘ closing track, ‘Bound 2,’ and it set the internet ablaze. Horses and a naked Kim Kardashian – that’ll do it. Awesome song, awesome video. Don’t hate, people. What’s not to love about this? A week later, Seth Rogen and James Franco gave the internet the parody they deserved. So much man …

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Google Talks Measurement Challenges In Analytics Presentation

Google is sharing a recent presentation about universal analytics on the Google Analytics YouTube channel. The talk from Analytics Advocate Daniel Waisberg took place last month at Foundry Dublin. It will take about a half hour of your time as Waisberg talks about the challenges of “measuring the full customer journey,” which include holistic measurement, full credit measurement and active …

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This Video of the Illinois EF-4 Tornado Is as Gut-Wrenching as It Gets

Over the weekend, tornados rocked the midwest – and one of the hardest-hit towns was Washington, Illinois. According to FEMA, more than 1,000 homes sustained damage, and at least 6 people were killed in Illinois. In Washington specifically, at least 120 people were injured. And Washington resident Marc Wells has provided one of the most harrowing eyewitness accounts of the …

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Vine Goes Global with 19 New Languages, New Focus on Unearthing Local Content

Twitter’s 6-second video app Vine has turned its attention to global expansion by adding support for 19 new languages in their iOS and Android apps. Here are the new languages that Vine now supports: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Thai and Turkish. Vine for Android …

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