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Google in 2023

How we will search the web in the next decade.

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We must welcome the future, remembering that soon it will be the past; and we must respect the past, remembering that it was once all that was humanly possible, George Santayana
1998-2000

When Google started in 1998 many fell in love with it.…

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WordPress Plugin for Google+ Interactive Posts

Google+ interactive posts

This plugin streamlines interactive post implementation on WordPress websites.

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Note: This plugin is in alpha version. Please report any bugs and usability issues in the comments below.

About Interactive Posts

Interactive posts on Google+ are similar to basic shared posts with an added call-to-action button, functionality and additional page interaction statistics in Google+ page dashboard. …

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Google is Aware of Temporary Link Schemes

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Temporary link schemes based on random link placement work a bit like this:

  1. Spam the web with links.
  2. Delete them soon after that (to avoid penalties but feed the algorithm).
  3. Count money.

But there’s a problem with this plan. Google’s webspam team is aware of it and they do take action against it. …

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Entrepreneurial Search

Entrepreneurial Search

The Good Old Days

I was born in the last decade of Yugoslavia’s golden age and my parents thought I would be a scientist, musician or an artist. Instead, I ended up running an online marketing agency on the other side of the planet.…

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Everything you type is recorded. Even if you don’t post.

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We collected data from 3.9 million users over 17 days and associate self-censorship behavior with features describing users, their social graph, and the interactions between them. Our results indicate that 71% of users exhibited some level of last-minute self-censorship…

The above is an excerpt from a paper titled “Self Censorship on Facebook” written by Sauvik Das from Carnegie Mellon University and Adam Kramer from Facebook.…

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