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When discussing Google’s search engine with regulators all over the world, Google has long maintained that the rankings are neutrally established based upon objective ranking algorithms functioning independently of human bias (although there are repeated instances of “manual” penalizations for sites that contravene its rules, as well as signals incorporated from its human evaluators staff that factor into ranking ability). It’s also maintained that even if it’s not always neutral, it’s then a matter of opinion on its part as to what should rank. … [Read more...] about Are Search Engines Responsible For Reputation? Yes, Virginia, They Are. Big Time!
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Today, carnations don’t make the cut in search queries for many of the countries we surveyed. In the month of May, US search volume stands at 4,303. As one might guess, roses top the list for searches at 386,000, followed by orchids at 122,000 and lilies at 40,000. And different flowers are favored in different countries, but one correlation is that the most internet searches for flowers happen around Mother’s Day. In the UK, “Mothering Sunday” is in March. Searches for flowers in that month top more than 200K. There, carnations remain a bit more popular than in the US, with a search volume of 14,872. It’s a slightly different story in Germany, where “nelken” (carnations) search volume rises to 29K in May when Germany celebrates Mother’s Day. Roses (rosen) have a search volume of 59K, followed by orchids with 48K and lilies with 33K search volume. … [Read more...] about Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: When Data Took Over Mother’s Day –