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Wonderstruck Event Design Reaches The Front Page of Google

Overview Katie Aweida, founder of Wonderstruck Event Design has spent the last four years helping hundreds of couples with one of the most memorable, important, and stressful day of their lives, their wedding day. After relying primarily on word of mouth referrals,...
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How Website Structure Affects SEO – Search Engine Journal

Search Engine LandHow Website Structure Affects SEOSearch Engine JournalCrawlability refers to a search engine’s ability to crawl through your website’s entire text content to figure out what your website is all about. Part of this process is navigating through subpages and individual topics to understand the website as a …Why UX is pivotal to the future of SEOSearch Engine LandThe hidden human labour behind search engine algorithmsEUROPP – European Politics and Policy (blog)Google To Discontinue Google Site Search By September 2017Search Engine RoundtableGoogle Cloud -Fortuneall 37 news articles »

Links to AMP content are showing up outside of search results – Search Engine Land

Search Engine LandLinks to AMP content are showing up outside of search resultsSearch Engine LandWith several popular distribution apps now linking to Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) content, columnist Barb Palser notes that the format is taking root outside of Google search — likely to provide an optimal experience for mobile users. Barb Palser on …and more »

Cloudbleed — Your Credentials Cached in Search Engines – Hackaday

HackadayCloudbleed — Your Credentials Cached in Search EnginesHackadayWhy spend so much money when your credentials are being cached by search engines?… Wait, what? A serious combination of bugs, dubbed Cloudbleed by [Tavis Ormandy], lead to uninitialized memory being present in the response generated by the …Cloudflare Bug That Leaked Sensitive User Data From Various Websites and Apps Now FixedMac RumorsCloudflare data leak potentially exposed trove of passwords, personal information for monthsPBS NewsHourHow to secure your data after the Cloudflare leakTechCrunchWDEF News 12 -Gizmodo -Forbes -Cloudflare Blogall 178 news articles »

Creative industries sign new anti-piracy code – Freelance UK

University HeraldCreative industries sign new anti-piracy codeFreelance UKThe creative industry and search engines have united to forge a “first-of-its kind” initiative to reduce the availability of pirated content accessed through Google and the likes of. The showpiece of the tie-up will be a new code of practice that …Google And Microsoft To Relegate Piracy Search Results In The UKFileHippo Newsall 18 news articles »

UK government brokers first ever deal between search engines and copyright owners over pirate links – Lexology (registration)

ISBuzz NewsUK government brokers first ever deal between search engines and copyright owners over pirate linksLexology (registration)A voluntary Code of Practice agreed between Google, Bing and the creative industries, announced on 20 February is the first agreement in the world which requires search engines to take active steps to make it harder for consumers to find pirated content.Spotting Shadow RegulationEFFall 2 news articles »

Why UX is pivotal to the future of SEO – Search Engine Land

Search Engine People (blog)Why UX is pivotal to the future of SEOSearch Engine LandSearch engines are advancing at the fastest rate we’ve seen in many years thanks to machine learning. These advances have allowed the search engines to focus on providing the most relevant results, not only in terms of content, but also in terms of …7 Local SEO Strategies To Give Your Business A BoostSearch Engine People (blog)7 DIY SEO Tactics for Companies Not Ready to Hire a ConsultantEntrepreneurSocial Media Basics: 5 Ways to Create Engaging Content for Your CustomersBusiness 2 CommunityPractical Ecommerceall 12 news articles »

Search Engines Demoting Pirated Content – ISBuzz News

ISBuzz NewsSearch Engines Demoting Pirated ContentISBuzz NewsFollowing a report by the BBC, search engines are pledging to make it hard for UK internet users to find pirated films and music and illegally streamed sport. Google and Microsoft’s Bing have signed up to a voluntary code of practice and will ensure …and more »

Search engines and rights holders finalise new code to address online copyright infringement – Out-Law.com

Gizmodo AustraliaSearch engines and rights holders finalise new code to address online copyright infringementOut-Law.comJo Johnson, UK minister for universities, science, research and innovation, said: “I am very pleased that the search engines and representatives of the creative industries have agreed this code. I look forward to this valuable collaboration benefiting …Google And Microsoft Agree To Demote Pirated Content In The UKGizmodo Australiaall 5 news articles »

Supreme Court asks search engines to block pre-natal sex determination ads – Livemint

LivemintSupreme Court asks search engines to block pre-natal sex determination adsLivemintNew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked search engines such as Google and Yahoo to adopt in-house mechanisms to identify and block content relating to pre-natal sex determination. “The sex ratio is going down and this is likely to affect the …What Supreme Court told Google, Microsoft, Yahoo On Sex Determination AdsNDTVall 44 news articles »

Meet Alan Emtage, the Black Technologist Who Invented ARCHIE, the First Internet Search Engine – JSTOR Daily

JSTOR DailyMeet Alan Emtage, the Black Technologist Who Invented ARCHIE, the First Internet Search EngineJSTOR DailyAt a time when “googling” has become the generic term for conducting an internet search, it can be hard to remember that search had a long history before Google came along. But it’s worth revisiting that past during Black History Month, because the …

Can rape videos be kept off the Internet? SC asks search engines; Google says not possible, here’s why – Janta Ka Reporter

Janta Ka ReporterCan rape videos be kept off the Internet? SC asks search engines; Google says not possible, here’s whyJanta Ka ReporterNew Delhi: The Supreme Court today sought to know from search engines Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and social media platforms Facebook and WhatsApp if rape videos can be stopped from getting uploaded on Internet and their access can be restricted.and more »

UK Search Engines Agree to Demote ‘Pirate’ URLs – Infosecurity Magazine

Infosecurity MagazineUK Search Engines Agree to Demote ‘Pirate’ URLsInfosecurity MagazineThe UK government is claiming to have brokered a “landmark deal” which will see the major search engines demote results for sites containing pirated content. Members of the creative industries, Microsoft and Google and the UK Intellectual Property …Google says no algorithm changes in new deal to demote pirated content in UK search resultsSearch Engine LandGoogle and Bing will sink pirate sites to the depths of UK search enginesTechRadarTop Search Engines to Kick Down Pirate Sites to Cyber Oblivion in UK Anti-Piracy InitiativeDroid ReportComplete Music Update -TorrentFreak -Screen International -Telegraph.co.ukall 143 news articles »

Pirate websites get harder to find in UK as search engines sign code of practice – Times of Malta

Times of MaltaPirate websites get harder to find in UK as search engines sign code of practiceTimes of MaltaInternet users will find it harder to search for illegally streamed live football matches, pirated music and other creative materials under a new plan to crackdown on piracy websites. Search engine giants Google and Bing have signed up to a voluntary …People who use illegal streams online will soon find it very difficult to do soJOEall 4 news articles »

Search Engines Google, Bing To Make Illegal Streaming Of Football Harder To Find – SportsBusiness Daily (subscription)

Search Engines Google, Bing To Make Illegal Streaming Of Football Harder To FindSportsBusiness Daily (subscription)It is about to “become much harder to find streams of football matches and downloads of music, under new rules," according to Andrew Griffin of the London INDEPENDENT. Search engines Google and Bing "will hide illegally pirated content and instead show …