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Everything SEOs Need to Know About Google’s New Stance on HTTPs by @neilpatel

Here are the top 8 things you need to know about Google’s stance on HTTPS.

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Google’s New Hacked Classifier Misclassifies Some Web Sites As Hacked

Many web sites this morning noticed Google labeled their sites as being hacked and dangerous in the search results. The issue was not with their web sites but rather the Google hacked sites classifier.

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SES Miami Preview: Google’s Tech Lead Maile Ohye

In advance of her session at SES Miami on March 26, Google’s Maile Ohye shares how marketers should be thinking about customer-centric design.

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Google’s Search Impact Report Goes Live For Select Few Webmasters

Google releases the alpha version of their new search queries report in Google Webmaster Tools to a small number of Webmasters for feedback and testing. We have screen shots of the new tool.

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After Nine Years, Google’s Udi Manber Moves On

Executive had been at Amazon and Yahoo before Google.

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As Google’s Search Deal With Apple Is Set To Expire, Bing And Yahoo Want A Piece Of The Action by @mattsouthern

The coveted role of being Apple’s default search provider for the Safari browser is going to be up for grabs soon, according to a report from Quartz, and Yahoo and Microsoft are both vying for Google’s spot. There’s a lot at stake for the company Apple decides to go with. According to StatCounter, Safari accounted for 48% of searches on smartphones, 69% on tablets, and 9% on desktops in the US in the month of January 2015. We know that there’s a lot of power in being a browser’s default search engine, just look at the story published this week on Google’s […]

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Google’s “Local Guides” Encourage Yelp-Like Reviews on Mobile

In the latest update to the Google Maps app is “Local Guides,” a feature that is similar to “Yelp Elite.”

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Yahoo Gemini Gaining Mobile Search Share, But Not At Google’s Expense, Yet

A criticism of the Yahoo Bing partnership is that the two have merely traded market share rather than cut into Google’s lead. Gemini’s growth in mobile search traffic share appears to be following that same pattern.

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How Does Google’s SEO Algorithm Work? – Business 2 Community

How Does Google's SEO Algorithm Work?
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Have you ever wondered just how Google SEO algorithm works? I mean, how does Google crawl through all of the websites on the Internet and index them, letting Google show you just the page you need when you search for pictures of baby otters.

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Google’s Senior Vice President of Knowledge Is Leaving The Company by @mattsouthern

Sources tell TechCrunch that Alan Eustace, Google’s Senior VP of Knowledge, is leaving the company. In addition to being a longtime Google employee, Eustace also holds a world record for highest-altitude free-fall jump. It’s known that Eustace is retiring after leaving Google, not taking on a new role elsewhere. Staff received an internal memo announcing the departure, but it’s not known who will be taking over his role. Eustace was reportedly looking to leave Google for some time, and took advantage of the opportunity that presented itself when Google began reorganizing its business, sources say. Eustace has been with Google […]

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