How to Build Inbound Links the White Hat Way

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This post originally appeared on HubSpot’s Agency Post. To read more content like this, subscribe to Agency Post. As a result of the recent Penguin updates, link building has changed … again. Google Penguin is an algorithm update aimed at decreasing search engine rankings of a website due to a large number of spammy, low authority links in their backlink ...

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MU Plus+ Update and The reddit Hug of Death

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Yesterday our own Paul Seaburn broke the story on NASA’s possible warp effect discovery. As a result the article hit reddit’s front page on multiple occasions, it’s also being linked to by any other site mentioning the story

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How Twitter Maps Can Be Useful During Disasters

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A young girl wades through flood water in Jakarta. (Reuters) While Twitter may not offer a comprehensive picture of a phenomenon or an event, it can provide fast, real-time information about a large-scale disaster—like a flood—as it unfolds

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What You Should Really Do After a Food Recall

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Mshev / Shutterstock.com Click through the FDA's list of recalls and you'll find at least one on almost every day of the week. The reasons range from labeling errors to stowaway metal pieces, but just in the past few months, several high-profile recalls have been linked to the potentially-lethal pathogen Listeria. There was Amy's Kitchen in March and Sabra in early April

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Five-Legged Lamb, Five-Mouth Calf and Sheep-Eating Cow

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It’s Odd Animal Friday and we’ve got a trio of creatures that have their owners, mothers and local villagers baffled. A farmer in Wales has a lamb with five legs while one in India – home of the multi-limbed deities – has a calf with not one, not two … this could go on for a while … five mouths. And in Kenya, a farmer gained an oddity but lost a lamb when his cow started eating his sheep

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