Angry Indian asks for Google’s physical address

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Matt Cutts Denied By Wikipedia (Almost)

Matt Cutts Denied By Wikipedia (Almost) (Photo credit: dannysullivan)

A very angry group oF iNDIANS THAT WANT TO MEET UP WITH HIM FACE TO FACE (Matt Cutts?), and they made the request on Google Webmaster Forum.   Why?   I am not so sure but probably it’s due to the Penguin and also the unnatural link warning messages that sent out by Google last Friday and also earlier today.    Not sure the cause of their anger, might be they failed to get G’s physical address from Google.  (joke)    Take it easy man…

 

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Sue over Google because of low ranking

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Chris Hooley drinkbaiting Matt Cutts

Chris Hooley drinkbaiting Matt Cutts (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It doesn’t sounds make sense to me however Matt Cutts have reported a few case on HackerNews.    This guy is smart and funny enough to consider starting a new company to just sue over Google with this reason.

 

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More on duckduckgo

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Cool Toys Pic of the day - Duck Duck Go

Cool Toys Pic of the day – Duck Duck Go (Photo credit: rosefirerising)

 

One reason why I like duckduckgo over the other search engines is that they do respect privacy of searchers.   They do not track and record the activities of browsers.   That said, searchers will not leave any footprint when doing a search in duckduckgo.  Unlike Google and Bing, this search engine doesn’t know how the searchers are and there is no way to tie their searches together.   Imagine when you search for something that you don’t want others to know, do you feel comfortable if somebody track your search history?

Think twice before doing any search in main SE!

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Author information in Search Results

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Adding authorship in search results seems much easier than before.

If you want your authorship information to be shown for the content you wrote, you will first need a Google+ account with a ‘decent’ profile picture, and then verify the authorship of your account by connecting the page you created and your personal Google+ account.   Previously you will need to create a short html tag like this: <a rel=”author” href=”[Your URL]”>[Author’s name]</a>

However it seems Google has more intelligence to verify the content.   Users do not need to add that code.   It’s good because not all users are comfortable with html codings.

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Google shuffles result?

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Observed a big jump of ranking for my targeted keywords in Google.   Not so sure if G was trying to shuffle the results and test the click-through rates.  It was an unusual flux for me compared to what I usually see.   Thought?   Did you experience the same for your niche?  I am wondering if I guess the right thing, and how often would it be.

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Google ‘jumble’ results

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This morning, I saw a ‘jumble’ list on Google search result page.    On the list, there are two columns shown with a very short description (approx. 5 words) and shorten URL.  To me, it is an expansion of sitelinks (8 max.).

Google search result page

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