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US Judge Orders Search Engines Social Media Sites to De-list Fraudulent Chanel Domains

November 30, 2011 — Google, Bing, Facebook and Twitter are among the websites that a US judge has ordered delist domains linked to sites selling counterfeit Chanel goods, a report by Ars Technica claims. According to the report, the US district court for Nevada ordered more than 200 sites be removed from the search results of “all internet search engines” and “all social media sites.”

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Using Expired Domains for Search Engine Optimization

Sometimes if you are looking for a domain one piece of sound SEO advice is to not get a brand new domain name. Instead you re advised to get an expired deleted domain name with a reputable or clean history in the search engines. This domain is considered aged and can have related back links with some good history attached to them…. Cloud Servers in Demand – GoGrid Start Small and Grow with …

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Hot On Sphinn: PPC Bid Management, Link Building Via Twitter, Clueless SEOs, & More

Every day, your peers in the search industry are reading and voting on articles that are shared on our sister site, Sphinn . The most popular content goes hot i.e., it reaches the Sphinn home page when it acquires enough community votes or when a Sphinn editor promotes it as an Editors Choice.

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Bing Trending Upward in Popularity

Google is currently king of the hill by a large margin when it comes to the search engine market but Microsoft s Bing search engine and Twitter have seen some positive numbers lately that are promising…. $2.95/mo Best Developer Web Hosting Unlimited space, transfer, domains & emails. 99.9% Uptime & 24/7 Support!

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Google Maps Gets Search Suggestions

The list of suggestions that pops up whenever you enter text into the Google search bar has just been added to Google Maps , Google announced today. The feature, which has been in testing in Germany, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, has been added to 10 more domains in 8 additional languages and should make searching for places that much easier. Sponsor As usual with Google these days, the search …

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Is Google Profiting Unfairly From Typosquatters? (Fast Company Magazine)

A Harvard professor has made it his personal crusade to tell the world how the search giant makes buckets of duckets off people who register deceptive Web addresses. A slightly more refined variant of cybersquatting, typosquatting involves purchasing domains that are one character away from popular Web sites and serve up ads (or malware) to clumsy typists who land there by mistake. As the Web’s …

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Stealth fighters: Google and the cyber warriors (Independent)

When Google found its operations in China breached by a “sophisticated and targeted” cyber attack originating from the country, it did not directly accuse Beijing. We do know they targeted Chinese human rights activists, and that as a result Google.cn would no longer censor search results, as required under Chinese law. In a blog, the search giant’s chief legal officer David Drummond also …

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Hubbard Media Launch Domain Minisite Development Resource: ‘NotSoMini’ (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)

NotSoMini Provides Four Customizable Minisite Packages: ‘Nano’, ‘Mini’, ‘Maxi’ and ‘eBay EPN Pro’. These high quality, yet affordable sites offer better returns for domainers than simple parking, and give site owners a real chance to have their domains rank and stay in the search engines.

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