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A White Hatter’s Solution to the Private Blog Network

While affiliate marketers and black hat SEO’s may still be able to get away with relying on PBN’s or “private blog networks” to boost rankings, a lot of bigger agencies are using their heads and not devouring the risk involved with associating a clients brand to a link network, when Google has wiped out one […]

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Google Panda Update: Editorial and Journalistic Best Practices Will Boost Ranking

  In China, the panda is a rare and noble creature that spends most of its time munching bamboo in the mountains by itself. For most users on the internet, the panda is a highly coveted animal universally renowned for its cute and cuddly appearance. For the web editors of news publications, the panda is […]

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Lyft Miami Interview: “Lyft Was Originally Going To Be A Female Only Service”

  In Miami, not only is technology driving jobs, it’s even driving driving-jobs. Just look at Lyft, the app based car share program that gets users from A to B quickly, safely, and with a novel social experience to boot. To find out more about the company’s entrance into the Miami market, we spoke to […]

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Facebook’s New “Ask” Button Is An Awkward Call To Action

Facebook in 2014: making creepy online gestures a normative function of your daily cyber interactions. The company has just officially launched their new “Ask” button, a call to action presented to users browsing the page of a friend with an undefined relationship status. According to the Huffington Post, this new feature has been rolled out […]

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EBAY Hacked, Change Your Password, Paypal “Not Affected”

Another day, another giant of e-commerce hacked. Today, eBay announced that at some point in February or March, their corporate network was compromised, and the hack, discovered ‘about 2 or 3 weeks ago’ has opened up the potential for users’ personal information to be exploited. Ebay made it very clear that the data for which […]

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