October 16th, 2015

Google Rolls out New Algorithmic Changes To Aggressively Target Hacked Spam!

Google has begun to introduce a series of algorithmic changes to “aggressively” target and handle hacked spam in its search results.

Through one of his posts at Google’s official blog Google said that it decided to turn up the dial in its algorithms to take away hacked sites from Google’s search results: Read More…

September 4th, 2015

How to check for Spam Voicemail on Google Voice?

I heard from someone that there’s a “spam” mailbox in Google Voice for voicemail messages from spammers. Nice, but how do I check to ensure that there aren’t any legit messages accidentally saved in that mailbox folder?

Your asking this question prompted me to go onto Google Voice and poke around, which was a good thing: I had voicemail messages from 2012 and 2013 just sitting there, unheard. At this point I decided not to respond to them:-) but it is a good cautionary tale about how automatic spam filtering can prevent things from being delivered without you ever realizing. In this case, there were a couple of voicemail messages I wish I would have received, along with a bunch of text messages sent to my Google Voice number — and I didn’t even realize my Google Voice number could receive sms text messages! Read More…

July 24th, 2015

Email Spam Rate Is At A 12 Year Low

Email spam levels have reached a twelve-year low according to research from Symantec.

The company released its June Intelligence Report looking at targeted attacks and phishing, vulnerabilities, malware, mobile and social media, and of course spam. Read More…

May 22nd, 2015

Social Spam Affects Brands Heavily With Marketing Efforts

It’s not news that spam plagues social media, but Networked Insights (viaMarketing Land) recently put out some research looking into how it affects brands, and the conclusion is that data is pretty “dirty”. Read More…

April 17th, 2015

Don’t Spam Your Image Optimization

Image optimization is often an overlooked part of SEO, but for some reason images often get the crap spammed out of them by SEOs trying to improve their organic page rankings. Regardless of whether you’re optimizing an image for image search or optimizing key parts of an image for optimization of the page it resides on, a more subtle approach is needed. Read More…

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