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A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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As a result, Google was forced to take measures to ensure that Google algorithms were not exploited by less than honourable marketing strategies for improving page rankings.
These can be analysed by Google algorithms and indexed according to places, time or faces.
In 2012, Google algorithms learned to find videos of cats on YouTube.
Noting the challenge in managing digital traffic, Haddox advised two strategies: determining the right social media approach for one's brand and then romanticizing it with user-generated content; and paying close attention to best SEO practices and ever-changing Google algorithms.
The Stay Woke members cut their teeth on working on criminal justice issues, and most are inextricably linked to Black Lives Matter in both the public imagination and Google algorithms. The Trump administration requires a broad based resistance, Singyangwe said, which is why he wanted to get the Resistance Manual launched before the inauguration so it could be used by a broad coalition to oppose the president-elect's early policy roll out. 
captures an enormous amount of data, it is the Google algorithms that allow
The Marketplace business is finally regaining momentum after the data breach fiasco last summer and changes in the Google algorithms. eBay is now a trophy prize for, say, a hypergrowth, highly-profitable, cash-rich Chinese e-commerce giant.
is the original content, and the Google algorithms identify people who are cutting and pasting articles that are duplicates, exact duplicates of articles," he said.
The idea was to use "smart software" to figure out what a video is "about." To me, the Google method echoes Autonomy's (auto nomy.com) approach, and demonstrated that Google algorithms can categorize video without metadata at an acceptable level of accuracy.