Facebook Working on Incorporating the Hashtag, Google Panda To Be Integrated Into The Search Algorithm ala Panda Everflux as Jim joins us from SMX Toronto 2013 and Dave brings us the latest headlines
CEO Marissa Mayer announces Search is coming back to Yahoo; Facebook announces a purge of all fake profiles; Google celebrates its 14th birthday; Jim and Dave also discuss a SEOMoz blog post entitled How Many SEO Consultants Actually Know What They’re Talking About?
Webcology Reaches 200 Podcasts as Jim and Dave reflects on the news that spoke about during that span. Facebook is reportedly testing out controls that would allow users under the age of 13 to participate under parental supervision. LinkedIn Password Leak is Confirmed after it was reported that over 6.4 million LinkedIn passwords had been leaked onto the internet.
Google, Yahoo and Facebook are joined together in opposition of the Stop Online Piracy Act or SOPA, which is said to help U.S. law enforcement and copyright holders fight online traffic in copyrighted intellectual property and ensuing revenue and job losses.
Jim and Dave also speak with Nicole Hurley, Sales Executive at SkyWire Media, Inc, a mobile solutions provider heavily involved with the Hospitality industry and more specifically gaming.
Jim and Dave speak with Kristine Schachinger to discuss London Riots and Social Media
and the potential of Social Media, specifically BlackBerry IMs, Facebook and Twitter, plus the FTC Investigation into Google centers on Android blocking competitors services preferencial placements for Google Places, Shopping Results and financial data and how Motorola Threatens Android and partner Google.
Jonathan Hochman and Jonah Stein introduce us to CodeGuard, which provides website backup, monitoring, and malware remediation services to small and medium businesses.
We also hear the latest about Facebook facial recognition with TV and radio tech expert Shelly Palmer.
Jim and Dave discuss Linkbuilding, the debut of the LinkedIn IPO; Yahoo! Search Marketing Blog Closing May 31; The Google Search Team (Finally) Gets Its Own Blog and How Facebook Is Changing Online Business.
Jim talks with Brasco about news leaking that Facebook hired a large PR firm, Burson-Marsteller, to attack Google. Jim also weighs in on Microsoft buying Skype, the impending release of Google’s Chromebook and Google I/O.
Google is reportedly looking into voice-activated search that can be integrated into the Google.com search engine once the experiment is complete. Jim welcomes his Digital Always Media colleague Alan Knecht.
Jim and Dave also discuss the report that Facebook is looking to buy Skype, the Sony Playstation hack and more.
Jim and Dave uncover new Information From Google coming out of SMX West 2011, plus Christian Wilson introduces us to asocialsearch, which lays a directory of companies which include Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, Meetup, Blogs and 4square pages.