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Facebook Update Targets News Feed Spam: Posts ‘Explicitly’ Asking for Likes, Comments, Shares

Facebook is planning to crack down on these calls to action, calling the practice “like-baiting.” Now, if a business or website asks for likes, shares, or comments, it will be much less likely that Facebook will show the post in users’ News Feeds.

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Matt Cutts: Bad Grammar in Comments Isn’t a Negative Google Ranking Factor

Should you worry about the grammar in your comments section? Google’s Matt Cutts says no. Even if users contribute comments that aren’t necessarily grammatically correct, it won’t hurt your SEO efforts. But you should watch out for spam comments.

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Google’s Matt Cutts: Don’t Worry About Poor Grammar In Comments

In today’s video from Google’s Matt Cutts, Cutts addresses the concern over having third-party comments with poor grammar on your blog or site. Cutts said that you do not need to worry about the grammar people use on your site. You should worry about your writing style and your grammar…



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Matt Cutts Explains How Comments With Bad Spelling and Grammar Affect A Page’s Ability to Rank by @mattsouthern

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about spelling and grammar in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in to ask: Should I correct the grammar on comments to my WordPress blog? Should I not approve comments with poor grammar? Will approving comments with grammar issues affect my page’s […]

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YouTube Introduces Comments Page After Users Complain

YouTube is making it a little easier to manage comments. When YouTube began requiring all users to have a Google+ account to comment on videos, comment notifications moved from the YouTube Inbox to a Google+ notification page. But due to user outrage, the company has implemented a Comments Page that enables YouTube video creators to view, moderate and respond to all their comments in one place.

 

For now, users are required to click over to the video page and reply to comments posted, but YouTube said new features, including inline replying and expanding all replies directly on the Comments Page, will be available soon. 

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Long Island SEO Company fishbat Comments on News Corp’s Acquisition of … – PR Web (press release)

Long Island SEO Company fishbat Comments on News Corp's Acquisition of
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Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 29, 2013. fishbat, a leading Long Island SEO company, responds to an article published by CNN Money on December 23th, which reports that media giant News Corp has acquired social new agency Storyful. According to 
Long Island SEO Company fishbat Reveals The Path To Local SEO SuccessPR-BG.com (прессъобщения) (press release)
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