Google fined $200,000 for defamation in Australian court

Search engine giant Google has been ordered to pay the equivalent of $200,000 (Australian dollars) after losing an Australian defamation case. The defamation charge related to the manner in which a 62-year-old man’s name appeared in Google’s search engine search results; however, Google is examining the original jury verdict and could appeal against it. In […]

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Yahoo CEO cites mobile strategy as crucial to company’s future success

Marissa Mayer, who became the CEO and president of American multinational Internet corporation Yahoo! Inc. from July 2012, recently cited the company’s mobile strategy as crucial to its future success. It was in a conference call with analysts on October 22 that Mayer revealed her future plans for the company, acknowledging that, although Yahoo “hasn’t […]

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Content Marketing: Making Google your new best friend

An excellent guest post from marketing consultant Ian Kirk: As marketing consultants, we know that online marketing isn’t what it used to be; it’s better. It’s certainly rolling with the times, and that means that companies who rely on it need to keep up too. A business’s online presence is a powerful one – if managed correctly […]

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