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Russia threatens to ban Google if it doesn’t ban certain we…

Russia threatens to ban Google if it doesn’t ban certain we…

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Russian president Vladimir Putin was named the TIME Person of the Year back in 2007. (Kremlin Pool Photo via AP) Russian officials have threatened to block Google's access in Russia unless it complies with a law that asks it to ban certain websites.The Vladimir Putin-led country is putting intense pressure on internet companies to block content it deems harmful after passing a law in September that required search engines to comply with the state registry of banned websites and omit the banned content from search results.While the registry does contain websites promoting hate speech and self-harm it also includes a plethora of websites blacklisted for explicitly political reasons, such as a Ukrainian news website.REPORT REVEALS GOOGLE IS TRACKING YOU IF YOU LIKE IT ...
Google Says Putting Out More Content Doesn’t Make Your Site…

Google Says Putting Out More Content Doesn’t Make Your Site…

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Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that putting out more content doesn't necessarily make your web site any better, nor does it necessarily make your web site rank higher in Google's search results. "Just putting out more content doesn't necessarily make a site better," John wrote.Here is the context, where someone was frustrated his content isn't getting ranked in the top stories box:Just putting out more content doesn't necessarily make a site better.— 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) October 21, 2018 More or bigger does not always mean better.Of course, it makes logical sense to think that the more content you have, the more chances you have to rank for different keywords. But if your content isn't better, in Google's eyes, compared to other content they have in the index, then it won't
Google Doesn’t Use Real Life User Signals For Search Rankin…

Google Doesn’t Use Real Life User Signals For Search Rankin…

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Let's put the controversy around Google using user signals and user behavior within a site on the side. Does Google use real-life user behavior and real-life user signals as ranking factors? Like does Google track location data and rank a site that gets more foot traffic better in the search results?So a store like Walmart versus a store that is a small mom and pop store - does Google look and say, well, we see so many people going to Walmart daily, we should rank their web site better?John Mueller from Google actually answered that question saying no, it doesn't make sense for Google to use that data. He used Amazon as evidence, saying, Amazon gets no foot traffic, so they should rank them poorly because of it?Here is the conversation:I don't think that would make much sense -...
Google Play warns users it doesn’t carry Fortnite Battle Ro…

Google Play warns users it doesn’t carry Fortnite Battle Ro…

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Google is warning Android users that it doesn’t carry Fortnite Battle Royale in the Play Store. If you search for Fortnite in the Play Store, it will return a notice from Google. “Fortnite Battle Royal by Epic Games, Inc is not available on Google Play,” the sign says, likely as a clarification to users, as first spotted by 9to5Google. By saying upfront that the Play Store doesn’t have Fortnite, Google is attempting to protect unknowing users who might download some malicious clone of the app. Epic Games requires users who want to run Fortnite on Android to download an APK of the beta directly from its site. The decision essentially cuts Google out of potential revenue from app purchases, which would have been a 30 percent cut. Android settings also usually dissuade users from down
Google Play Store Now Tells You It Doesn’t Have Fortnite

Google Play Store Now Tells You It Doesn’t Have Fortnite

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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Fortnite is the biggest mobile game release since Pokemon GO, but unlike Pokemon GO, you can’t download it from the Google Play Store. Epic Games is handling the distribution itself, so searches for Fortnite in the Play Store turn up a lot of junk that isn’t the game. Well, now Google is making it extra-clear that you can’t download Fortnite with a bespoke message in mobile search results. Just fire up the Play Store on your phone, an
Google Doesn’t Count Typos in Web Content, John Mueller Say…

Google Doesn’t Count Typos in Web Content, John Mueller Say…

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What President Trump Doesn’t Know About ZTE – TechCrunch

What President Trump Doesn’t Know About ZTE – TechCrunch

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Although top senators, including Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Marco Rubio, are urging the administration not to bend on ZTE, President Trump is planning to ease penalties on the Chinese telecommunications giant for violating sanctions against Iran and North Korea. But what Mr. Trump may not realize is that ZTE is also one of the world’s most notorious intellectual property thieves — perhaps even the most notorious of all. And since stopping Chinese theft of U.S intellectual property is supposed to be one of the President’s top trade objectives, he should not ease up on ZTE until it stops its high-tech banditry and starts playing by the rules in intellectual property (IP) matters. To get a sense of just how egregious ZTE’s behavior truly is, we need only to consult PACER