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Finding Conditional SEO Spam in Drupal

Nobody likes spam. It’s never fun (unless you’re watching Monty Python). For us it comes with the territory; removing SEO spam has been at the core of what we deal with since our inception, giving us some pretty good insights into the various strategies black hats employ.  From time to time however, we find ourselvesRead More Info »

Cloned Websites Stealing Google Rankings

We often speak of black hat SEO tactics and content scraping sites are just one example of such tactics. Scraping is the act of copying all content from a website using automated scripts, usually with the intention of stealing content or completely cloning the victim’s site. Lately we have been seeing quite a high numberRead More Info »

Google PageSpeed Service customers: migrate to CloudFlare for acceleration

This week, Google announced that its hosted PageSpeed Service will be shut down. Everyone using the hosted service needs to move their site elsewhere before August 3 2015 to avoid breaking their website. We’re inviting these hosted customers: don’t wait…migrate your site to CloudFlare for global acceleration (and more) right now. CC BY 2.0 image More Info »