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The online poll war is not being played out on Facebook and Twitter alone...The free online encyclopedia, which anyone can update from anywhere, has become the target of over-enthusiastic supporters, busy doctoring entries, adding a flattering entry
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Creating a local page is as easy as visiting Google's dedicated site and signing in. You will be prompted to type in the name of your business, but be aware that your business may already exist in local search -- even if you weren't the one who added
Its a subject, despite some professional experience, I dont feel particularly close to...As an industry insider, I see them as an expensive albatross around our collective neck. As a human centered design adviser, I see them as an encumbrance for
47pm vandalism-by-bot on Wikipedia "the biggest bot job on Wikipedia is detecting vandalism." And the second-biggest bot "job" on Wikipedia is perpetrating vandalism . I've seen much content, often high-quality content, deleted by bots.
How to Avoid SEO Disaster In SEO terms, the happier people are with your site, the more likely it is that Google will give your page rankings a boost, and the more traffic you'll get. There are a number of algorithmic updates tasked with measuring
The growing popularity of an internet site is usually shown by an increasing number of links directing to that particular site. Even though link building is not everything with regards to SEO, it definately is an important factor because search
What The Internet Will Look Like In 25 Years This month marks the 25th anniversary of British inventor Tim Berners-Lee's proposal for a system of hypertext, which provided the language for establishing the internet. Here's what we can expect the
Citing Wikipedia in a research paper may still be a huge faux pas, but for a growing number of college students, the online encyclopedia is now the assignment. Enter 24-year-old Kevin Gorman, UC Berkeley's new Wikipedian-in-residence. In January, the
We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Twenty five years ago today a young computer engineer named Tim Berners-Lee working in a physics lab in