Tag Archives: rolling

Google Link Spam

Processings…Please wait. Google has completed the rollout of the link spam update it started just over four weeks ago. “The link spam update is now complete,”Danny Sullivansaid via the Google Search Liaison account. What took so long. Google originally said this update would “roll out across the next two weeks.” …

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Samsung Galaxy S20

  Google released Android 11 a few months ago, but the software has only been available on a small number of phones thus far. That’s changing with news that Samsung has started the Android 11 rollout with the Verizon Galaxy S20 family. Not only does this include the Googley Android …

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Women’s Networking App

Social networking app for women, Peanut, is rolling out video chat Mobile social networking app for women, Peanut, is expanding into video chat to help better support its users amid the coronavirus outbreak. The company, which began its life with a focus on motherhood, has evolved over the years to …

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New AdWords interface alpha is rolling out to more advertisers

Google has been slowly building out the new AdWords interface, which was introduced last March. More accounts have been granted alpha access, and on Tuesday, Google’s head of search ads, Jerry Dischler, said it is rolling out to even more AdWords accounts in the next few months. When you first …

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Are You Foam Rolling All Wrong?

Photo: Pond5 These days, foam rollers are everywhere — the gym, your physical therapist’s office, your living room and even your suitcase. After all, foam rolling has emerged as the darling of the fitness world and the cure-all for many different aches. Essentially, foam rolling is a form of self-myofascial …

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DailyBurn Face-Off: Foam Rolling vs. Stretching

Photos: Pond5 You know you’re supposed to be foam rolling and stretching your muscles, to keep your body strong and healthy. But what if you can barely squeeze in your workouts in the first place — let alone 10 extra minutes at the beginning and end of each session? RELATED: Are …

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