Digital Summit – Atlanta

Dejan SEO is sponsoring the Digital Summit Conference for the first time this year, to be held in Atlanta over the 9th and 10th of May. Following the success of the 2011 event, the conference is set to be the biggest event of its kind with over 50 presentations by more than 75 different speakers and almost 1,500 attendees converging on the Georgian capital.…

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How Google Reviews Ads For Safety

Because of the sheer volume of Google ads that are added to the Internet hourly, Google has set a complex system into place to help monitor these ads for safety. Google uses this review system to help protect Internet users from scams, counterfeit goods, unfair or unclear billing practices and malicious downloads that could damage computers.…

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Exact Match Query Bug in Google

Here’s an interesting glitch in Google exact match search. The bug breaks down into two parts, one directly related to the exact match search and the other to suggested search feature.

We searched for the following (in quotes): “Today we’re improving the performance of the +1 button and the” and the results seemed normal, but upon closer inspection it was clear that an exact match was missed.…

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Discovering Fake Consumer Reviews With GSRank

Researchers are working on ways to discover fake reviews by detecting organised groups of review spammers.

Fake Review Spam Formula

Over the years, opinion spamming has become a business. People get paid to write fake reviews. Such people cannot just write a single review as they would not make enough money that way.…

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Chubby Lock Service

Chubby lock service is a distributed system meant for coarse-grained activities. Although it was initially designed for activities in Google’s distributed systems, it is currently used widely as a repository and name service for configuration information. It provides low-volume but reliable storage for loosely-coupled distributed systems made up of small machines that communicate via high-speed networks.…

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Selective Sharing in Google+

Review of the first empirical study of Google+ platform in the context of selective sharing.

Real-World Sharing & Social Networks

Sharing information is a crucial part of human interaction and communication, however in the offline world we manage the information we disclose in a natural and effortless way.…

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