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Nofollow couldn’t save the Google webmaster blog from comment spam

Google’s plan of “preventing comment spam” with the nofollow link attribute didn’t work for its own webmaster blog.



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Bing Ads enhances Overview tab, makes it easier to save, share reports

Updates include the ability to add or exclude search queries from the Overview tab.



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Did Senate Democrats Really Save Net Neutrality? The House Has Yet to Vote

The US Senate voted on Wednesday to save net neutrality. The chambers used the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to stop the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to undo regulations regarding Internet usage set during the term of President Barack Obama.

The bill was passed with a 52 to 47 vote, with the Democrats and Independents receiving some surprising support from Republicans John Kennedy and Lisa Murkowski. The duo represents Louisiana and Alaska respectively. As expected, Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine also voted in favor of net neutrality.

Collins had long announced her support for the CRA move, but Kennedy and Murkowski’s stand on the matter was relatively unknown.

Kennedy later admitted to the Washington Post that it was difficult to make a decision but it all boiled down to who you were going to trust. As Kennedy explained, those who trusted their cable companies won’t be happy with his vote but “If you don’t trust your cable company, you will.”

Meanwhile, Murkowski emphasized in a statement that she’s still against some of Obama’s FCC’s regulations but understands the need to safeguard the rights of Internet users.

I have voted to pass this resolution today so that we can reset the discussion and move beyond the politics at play here to what is really needed—lasting legislation that will provide certainty and move us beyond shifting regulatory standards that depend on who is running the FCC,” the senator explained.

Under the Obama administration, regulations prevented broadband providers from blocking, limiting or discriminating against lawful internet content. However, the FCC voted last December to disregard those rules. The FCC’s decision was slated to take effect on June 11, but the new Senate measure effectively blocks that order.

While the vote to block the FCC might be a major triumph for those supporting net neutrality, they still have a long fight ahead of it. For one, the bill still needs to be approved by the House and signed by President Trump.

This is where things will potentially get tricky, as net neutrality activists would still have to secure the support of more than 20 Republicans. This is despite having the unanimous support of Democrats. Meanwhile, the White House has been vocal of its support for FCC head Ajit Pai’s move to reverse the regulations set under the previous administration.

Net neutrality supporters remain hopeful, though. After all, President Trump has changed his mind several times on key issues. There’s also the fact that some Republicans might feel that siding against net neutrality could cause problems in the upcoming midterm elections.

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Secure your SMX West pass now & save big. Rates increase next week!

Don’t miss out: Your chance to lock in the lowest rate on a seat at SMX West expires next week! The West Coast’s largest search marketing conference is coming to San Jose, California, March 13-15, and we want you to join us for three days of actionable, cutting-edge search marketing tactics…



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SearchCap: Google’s new save feature, SEO mistakes & AdWords presentations

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Earth Day Google doodle offers up conservation tips to help save the planet

Google is using today’s doodle to promote conservation efforts and support the World Wildlife Fund, The Ocean Agency, and The Jane Goodall Institute.

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Bing’s “My Saves” feature lets users save video, image and shopping searches across devices

The new feature lets users save an image, video or shopping search result to their “My Saves” folder which can be accessed across mobile devices and desktop.

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SMX Advanced agenda is up! Secure your place today and save $500.

Get ready for Search Engine Land’s SMX Advanced, which returns to Seattle June 22–23. Two exceptional days of professional-level tactics, keynotes and networking await you! The agenda is now up, and SMX Advanced provides the latest, professional-level tactics and best practices in PPC, SEO, local…



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Solar Energy Could Save You Money




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You may well have noticed that solar panels have appeared more and more homes. In fact, looking across the rooftops of my own window of his office, I see a number of new facilities are in place.

So how can we explain this sudden increase in demand? You may think this reflects the fact that people in the UK have more of an interest in the environment and seeking to reduce its consumption of coal, gas and oil. Is it true that there is this growing desire to help the environment in general?

Like so many things in life, it soon becomes apparent that the first explanation is rather simplistic. Surely we can say that environmental issues do not attract a lot of coverage these days. In fact, a variety of topics being discussed on television and in newspapers.

What is clear is that there is more awareness of environmental issues and can also increase the levels of concern. In some cases, people can think about future generations. What kind of world are we leaving our children? It is easy to see how these issues could lead to a change in behavior.

But many experts also suggest that people tend to act more quickly, if they have some kind of financial incentive to do so. In other words, we can see a financial gain as a motivator to make a decision. This is certainly something that many people in the field of renewable energy in the UK seem to agree.

Undoubtedly help explain the presence of more and more solar panels. People are encouraged to install, with the promise that can actually make money over time. What you see is that completely changes the decision to purchase and installation.

If you had planned to install solar panels in the past, then it is quite possible you have been thinking about the high costs were involved. It may have been nice to think that could help improve the environment, but may not have been terribly realistic.

This reflection has been modified by the realization that the installation of the solar panel should not be considered as an expense. Instead, you can consider an investment that will pay off over time.

This leads us to see that solar energy is not only an option for those who are concerned about the future of the planet. It is realistic for those who wish to make some extra money option.

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