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Real Time Search Might Not Be Good News For Your Brand But It Is For Twitter

We’ve already talked a little about Twitter tweets appearing prominently in the search engine results pages. It’s open to exploitation that’s for sure… Image Credit If you’re a big brand, this is especially worrying, as someone else might be getting the lion’s share of your branded search, but it’s not all bad news. There is […]

Facebook duplicate url’s and rel=”canonical”

Yesterday I received this question about Facebook pages from my girlfriend: Could you tell me which URL, if any, take you directly to the page (make sure you’re not logged in):   http://www.facebook.com/pages/Adventureland/110824832007?created#/pages/Adventureland/100397302070   http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Adventureland/100397302070?ref=search   http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Adventureland/100397302070?ref=mf   Why doesn’t Facebook make things like this easier? This got me thinking. The short answer was actually […]

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