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News for November 17-21 2014

SEO news.

Mozilla Enters 5-year Partnership with Search Provider Yahoo

Makers of the Firefox browser have dropped Google as their default search page in favor of Yahoo. Yahoo is also stepping up its game with a new streamlined user interface, available Firefox users first then rolling out to all users early next year.

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Facebook Introduces Alternative Names Options

Facebook, the social media giant has added some additional functionality to user’s profiles, while Facebook still remains strong on its real name policy; the new feature adds fields for things like nicknames, alternate spellings and maiden names.

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Google Experiment with Mobile Friendly Ranking Boost

Google continues its mobile friendly push with a new special designation that would award a ranking boost in SERPs to sites that play to mobile users. While still in the testing phase it’s likely this could be the norm in the future.

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Facebook Provides New Interactive Guide with Updates to Privacy Policy

With a new set of proposed change to its privacy policy, Facebook has made a move towards transparency with users. The new guide outlines all changes in plain English and tries to answer concerns and questions about how the company handles user’s sensitive information.

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Twitter Opens Full Archive to Its Search Engine

Twitter announced this week that it has now indexed it entire public archive of over half trillion tweets. Until now Twitter’s in app search engine only indexed a about a week’s worth of tweets.

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