Much of this is down to the very fact that its users, especially its long-term ones who rode the crest of its initial popularity, are so loyal to the channel and don’t want to see it mutated beyond its unique purpose: serving concise sound-bites and sharing links in real-time. … [Read more...] about 24 slightly depressing stats on the ‘fall’ of Twitter
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There is also the fact that the largest search engines are quite different in nature than smaller forum operators, and even the social media services. The search engines are not the equivalent of small libraries or booksellers (which are considered “distributors” and therefore not responsible for the content they have under offline defamation assessments); they are frequently the doorway of the internet. … [Read more...] about Has Google suspended defamation removals?
Penguin, on the other hand, appears to be more focused on your off-site SEO and the aggressive use of optimized anchor text, internally and externally. If you were hit by Penguin, the first place you need to look is your external link profile. The second place you need to look is any internal links. If you are using super-aggressive onsite and/off-site linking methods to manipulate your search rankings, Penguin will likely notice. … [Read more...] about Just When You Think You Have All The Answers