SearchCap: Expedia A Google Hotel, Google Penguin Is Punitive & Right To Be Forgotten Condemed

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From Search Engine Land:

  • UK House Of Lords Condemns Right To Be Forgotten

    The House of Lords in the UK has little power in government or policy making except at the margins. Similarly, the British upper house’s recent condemnation of the European Right to Be Forgotten (RTBF) will have little practical impact in the UK or across Europe. Still it’s a dissenting voice from within a European government. […]

  • Expedia Becomes A New York City Hotel After Google’s Pigeon Local Update

    On June 24, 2014, Google released a major local search algorithm update, we named Pigeon. Google told us the new algorithm will lead to a more useful and relevant experience for searchers seeking local results. But like with any new algorithm launch, there are always bugs, unexpected outcomes and less relevant results. A search for […]

  • Penguin: Google’s Punitive Algorithm – And A Call To Google To Fix It

    For many years, a staple of my discussions with people who had been penalized by Google was the following advice: “Don’t worry — at Google, there is a culture of letting you repent of your sins and then be forgiven.” Even if you had made some bad choices, if you started doing the right things, […]

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