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Google’s Rick Klau restores Social Media Consortium

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Filed under: business, internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 00.47

7 Responses to ‘Google’s Rick Klau restores Social Media Consortium

  1. Elle says:

    I was wondering why the reasons the blog was picked up by google bots should remain private?

    It would help a lot of legit bloggers to avoid the same problems to keep them from experiencing the trouble


  2. Jack Yan says:

    Elle, Rick asked us to keep those reasons private, and we gave him our word. We had one or two things that some non-legit bloggers typically use, and Google wants to ensnare those in its searches.

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