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Google Announces Net Neutrality for Search, Ends Paid Search Listings

In the same spirit of equality that led Google to back the FCC’s new net neutrality rules, the world’s biggest search engine shocked the world by ending AdWords!

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Google #5: You Don’t Need to be at Your Desk to Need an Answer

Mobile is no longer a “shiny new object.” It’s the norm. What does the trend towards mobile mean for your church, school, nonprofit or business?

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Google’s Mobile-Friendly Search Algorithm Change Will Be Bigger than Panda or Penguin

Google recently shared more details about the upcoming mobile-friendly update. Here’s what you need to know.

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Google #4: Democracy on the web works

Google uses democratic principles in its search rankings. Here are 5 things that matter in democracy and search marketing

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Mark Your Calendar – Google Search Changes Coming April 21

Mark Your Calendar – Google Search Changes Coming April 21

In this month’s search engine news, Google’s announcement about upcoming changes to its search results makes headlines…

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Google #3: Faster is Better than Slow

Everybody wants faster, but most organizations are not faster because faster is difficult. Faster requires these 3 important things.

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TruthRank: Will Truth Be Determined by Google?

TruthRank: Will Truth Be Determined by Google?

In its quest to provide the best search results, Google wants to start factoring in the truthfulness of sites into its search rankings. But, it raises the old question Pilate once asked Jesus… What is Truth?

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SEO for Wix Websites?

Wix offers free websites with premium upgrades. But can anyone find those websites in search engines?

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Google: 10 Things We Know to Be True

Google: 10 Things We Know to Be True

Every great organization has a very clear set of principles it operates by. Have you seen Google’s?

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