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As rumors of a Google SEO firm abounded in early 2010, Google finally settled the rumormill by announcing that it will indeed open its own SEO specialization firm sometime in mid 2010. What does this new service from Google mean for the industry of SEO?
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In March of 2010 the US witnessed a shocking internet event: Google became #2. Who put Google in their place as the most popular website? Facebook.
According to the NY-based tracking firm, Hitwise, Facebook received 7.07 percent of all internet traffic as of the week ending March 13, 2010. In comparison, Google received 7.03 percent. But it appears that this was not a solitary event. Hitwise spokespeople said that Facebook has topped Google in the recent past, including the last Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
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The German telecommunication company, Deutsche Telekom has recently announced that its mobile phone division in the U.S., T-Mobile, will soon expand its service offerings to include web hosting services. CEO of Deutsche Telekom, Rene Obermann, said that he believes that the web hosting industry will drive the company’s future business.
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Lookout, Google – there’s a new internet company in town, and it’s looking to take over. Well, it may not be new, but the merger between software giant Microsoft and internet search engine Yahoo! will create a new online force for search engine dominance.
The merger was announced by Microsoft and Yahoo! as a result of a $44.6 billion buyout. Though Yahoo! will become a subsidiary of Microsoft, it will still keep around 88% of its earnings.
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Any adult remembers that there were plenty of growing pains as they entered their teen years, and the same goes for any business. As Google enters its 13th year of service since it was founded in 1997 the internet search giant is experiencing plenty of growing pains of its own. Those pains are currently in the form of lawsuits filed against the company recently for privacy and copyright issues.
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