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Pros and Cons: Robert Pattinson Is the Next Batman

“Edward Cullen’s getting in the Batmobile” is an easy joke to make, but the truth is R-Patz has been putting in quality work for the past decade When Ben Affleck formally retired his Batsuit in January ahead of Matt Reeves’s stand-alone Batman movie, there was suddenly a void to fill for one of the biggest […]

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The 9 Best Social Media Management Apps in 2019

  Social media is a powerful tool for growing your business, driving traffic to your website, and keeping your followers in the loop. And because a lot of businesses are doing social media well, effective social media management is crucial: You can’t just log into Twitter or Facebook and post a few updates if you […]

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Google may decide to charge for Google My Business listings – Search Engine Land

Google is sending out surveys to some local businesses to see if they would pay for some features they are currently getting for free from the search engine company. Google My Business is a free service from Google that gives businesses the ability to update their information and in exchange Google provides searchers with local […]

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AI Robot paints its own moonscapes in traditional Chinese style – Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) – A Hong Kong artist has created an artificial intelligence (AI) robot which creates its own paintings. Victor Wong took three years to build and program the robot called A.I Gemini and teach it artistic techniques. Randomness has been written into its algorithm, meaning Wong does not know what it will paint before […]

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Google says de-indexing issue is fixed – Search Engine Land

Google announced Wednesday night that it has finally fixed de-indexing issue that has been affecting websites for a week. More details. Google dropped pages inadvertently from its search index due starting on April 4. Three days later, Google said it had fixed the issue, only to say a day later that it was not fully […]

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FBI’s ‘art cops’: In hot pursuit of Renoirs, Rembrandts and ruby slippers – Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – When a 17th century Dutch painting looted by the Nazis turned up for sale in New York in late 2017, the FBI’s Art Crime Team moved in, verified its identity and helped win a court order to return the work to its rightful owners. It was the latest of many high-profile […]

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The anatomy of an SEO robocall scheme – Search Engine Land

On Oct. 11, 2018, I received a phone call and discovered that Classy Brain (my company) was in existential crisis. The end was near – Google was after me. The future looked grim. My clients would leave me one by one. I’d have to lay off employees, close my doors, and “Shutter” my location in […]

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Computer Aided Design Software Global Market Research Report | Key Players – Autodesk, TurboCAD, SketchUp – Market Research Periodical

Market Intelligence Data Inc. recently introduced market study “Computer Aided Design Software research 2019-2022” with in-depth focused approach on qualitative research, describing product Scope and elaborating Computer Aided Design Software industry insights and outlook to 2022. The market Study is putting a lot of emphasis on macro-economic issues, influencing factors and key market trends and […]

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Amazon to introduce video ads in mobile-app search results – report – Search Engine Land

Amazon.com is starting to roll out video advertising on its smartphone apps. Currently, nearly every search result yields a graphical ad unit at the top of the SERP. According to Bloomberg, video ads for relevant products will start to appear in those same positions. The report says that “Amazon has been beta testing the ads […]

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Google fined another $1.7 billion by EU for ‘abusive’ AdSense publisher contracts – Search Engine Land

Google faces its third significant antitrust fine in the EU. This time the company was penalized 1.49 billion euros ($1.69 billion) for “abusive practices in online advertising” involving publisher contracts surrounding AdSense for search. The fine “takes account of the duration and gravity of the infringement. . . . [and] has been calculated on the […]

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