A new court ruling out of the Virginia Court of Appeals has dealt a blow to privacy advocates hoping to hide behind free speech protections.
Our President and CEO Pierre Zarokian recently wrote an article about a possible change in Bing’s policy to remove court-ordered defamatory content from websites.
Pierre Zarokian, founder and president of Submit Express, is now launching his new firm Reputation Fighters. Offering superior online reputation management with over 14 years of experience, Reputation Fighters could be the boost that your business has been looking for.
If you haven’t heard, it’s rumored that Yahoo is going to buy out Tumblr. The growing site is a huge attraction to young people, something that Yahoo wants a piece of. However many critics of this deal fear that this is going to be the end of Tumblr.
The rise of social media has paved the way for a growing number of social media tools.
During the SMX West panel in March, Matt Cutts announced that a major Penguin update will hit the web sometime in 2013. Penguin was designed to dock rankings for sites that violate Google’s quality guidelines or practice black hat SEO techniques; it’s also designed to reward sites with high quality content. The upcoming tweak is expected to be the biggest update to the algorithm this year. When will it roll out and what can you do to prepare?
Submit Express has been popping up in current press coverage — have you been paying attention? Online writers like Lana Bandoim, Frank Bergman, Bill Richards, and Andrew Moran have all mentioned Submit Express in their recent writings about the search engine optimization and Internet marketing industries.
Google’s stock surpassed $800 on February 19, breaking the record as the first technology company to reach and top that amount, the Los Angeles Times reported.
In a YouTube video published earlier this month, Google’s Matt Cutts addresses valuable questions regarding the types of messages Google sends out via Webmaster Tools.
Google has added a new feature to its AdWords Search Funnels, a set of reports designed to help users make better decisions about their AdWords keywords, ad groups, and campaigns.