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SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 [Eric Schmidt, Industry] Google News at 10: How the Algorithm Won Over the News Industry
Eric Holders Disappointing Tenure. Google News at 10: How the Algorithm Won Over the News Industry. In April of 2010, Eric Schmidt delivered the keynote address at the conference of the American Society of News Editors in Washington, D.C. And working, intentionally or not, toward the earnest end that Schmidt expressed two years ago: "the survival of high-quality journalism."Â All those developments, on some level, have been concessions to an indignant industry.
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MARCH 18, 2011 [Eric Schmidt, Industry] Thinking about democratised curation
Eric Schmidt, Google CEO , had this to say ( to be found at 19:48 in this video ): “… the statistic that we have been using is between the dawn of civilisation and 2003, five exabytes of information were created. Now I do, and I’m grateful to Eric Schmidt for that. The industrial-revolution-meets-central-broadcast woolly mammoth of the last 150 years seems incapable of recognising the significance of the small mammals currently underfoot.
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SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 [Eric Schmidt, Industry] BREAKING: Unlinked Site Mentions Valued by Google!?
In 2008 Eric Schmidt made some comments that brands were more important. Two Steps Ahead of Google in the Past. Last month, in my column titled Vince: The Google Update We Should Be Talking About (on Search Engine Watch), I had mentioned a comment made by my dear, departed friend Ted Ulle about Google’s Vince Update, and – in particular – something that he proposed as a manner in which Google might determine “brand.”.
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MAY 31, 2009 [Eric Schmidt, Industry] Does Including A Physical Address On Your Website Help Rankings?
Trust has been a component in Google’s algorithm for some time even before Eric Schmidt’s comment about the internet being a cesspool and brands were the key to sorting it out. He publishes controversial industry thoughts and observations on his blog at www.wolf-howl.com See more articles by Michael Gray > 100% Organic covers SEO and issues related to being listed in the free, natural or "organic" listings in search engines. First Time Visit?
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