Monthly Archives: September 2011

Google Angers AdWords API Developers By Revoking Access, Then Begins To “Provisionally” Allow Access Again


In a move that Google says was designed to “ensure quality, improve Google products and services and compliance with AdWords API Terms and Conditions,” the company earlier this week revoked access to the AdWords API to a large number of

Posted in Google Updates

Facebook Adds “Subscribe” Button, Other News Feed Options


On the heels of its announcement about Smart Lists, Facebook is giving users more options for sharing and managing their content, including letting individuals share public content with people who “subscribe” to their feeds rather than “friend” them. The most

Posted in SEO News

Bad spelling opens up security loophole


A missing dot in an email address might mean messages end up in the hands of cyber thieves, researchers have found. By creating web domains that contained commonly mistyped names, the investigators received emails that would otherwise not be delivered.

Posted in SEO News

Google Shutters Fast Flip, Sidewiki, Aardvark, Subscribed Links & More Google Labs Projects


Google has just announcedthe closure of several well-known products, including Fast Flip, Sidewiki, Aardvark and Subscribed Links. Some of these are part of the ongoing purge of Google Labs products, while others that are being shut down were not part

Posted in Google Updates
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