As the first point of interaction with a user’s profile, all profile photos on Google+ are reviewed to make sure they are in line with our User Content and Conduct Policy. Our policy page states, “Your Profile Picture cannot include mature or offensive content.” Your profile photo was taken down as a violation of this policy. If you have further questions about the policies on Google+ you can visit http://www.google.com/intl/en/+/policy/content.html, or click the “Content Policy” link located in the footer of Google+ pages. … [Read more...] about Google+ Censoring Borderline Offensive Profile Images; Author Images in Search Results To Blame?
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Barry Schwartz is Search Engine Land's News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry can be followed on social media at @rustybrick, +BarrySchwartz and Facebook. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio and disclosures, click over here. … [Read more...] about Marketing Day: December 29, 2011
From ordering food to ordering cabs and general needs, we are entirely dependent on the apps and websites that deliver our requirements right at our doorstep on just our single click. If we can order all this stuff, then why not medicines? Why go out to chemist stores and shuffle through to get the best medicine apps you need when you can get in on just a flick of the finger? … [Read more...] about 4 Best Medicine Delivery Mobile Apps for iOS and Android
Will this sort of integration provide SEO benefit outside of Facebook’s search silo? It might down the road, considering that all sorts of Facebook activities could be used as rich sources of quantifiable popularity measures by search engines. Google obviously wants access to this data for all sorts of reasons, and they’ve hinted they intend to access the usage data “by hook or by crook“, as some have put it. As their rhetoric demanding that Facebook open up its data for their use heats up, it makes it clearer that they want to take activities such as “likes” and checkins for use as possible ranking signals. … [Read more...] about Blast Open The Doors Via Facebook’s Open Graph For Local SEO
Success Doesn’t Come From Copying Are we really going to have a copython to decide who copies whom the most? I’ve watched people in the search space copy ideas from each other over and over again. Sometimes the copying goes on so much that a “victim” yelling about something that a competitor “stole” doesn’t even realize how they themselves might have stolen it from someone else. … [Read more...] about The Growing Portrait Of Google As A Big, Scary, Expanding Everywhere Copy Monster