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I’m going to pull a slight twist though and rather than repeat the names of the whos who …. here are the links to the articles they recommended. So the focus is on the
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What if the biggest source of your SEO traffic wasn’t from the front page of Google?
At least, not the front page exactly.
Imagine that there was a backdoor of sorts that could lead to a healthy amount of organic traffic.
It’s a completely legal, whitehat SEO backdoor too, so there’s no chance you’ll be penalized.
And if you leverage yourself correctly, that organic traffic can naturally turn into a sale for your e-commerce site.
If that situation were to exist, it could change the SEO landscape for quite some time.
It may surprise you then to learn that our
We have seen a lot of discussion this past week about the role of Amazon Rekognition in facial recognition, surveillance, and civil liberties, and we wanted to share some thoughts.
Amazon Rekognition is a service we announced in 2016. It makes use of new technologies – such as deep learning – and puts them in the hands of developers in an easy-to-use, low-cost way. Since then, we have seen customers use the image and video analysis capabilities of Amazon Rekognition in ways that materially benefit both society (e.g. preventing human trafficking, inhibiting child exploitation, reuniting missing children with their