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Antoine Viau
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Communications interactives | architecture d'information et stratégie de contenu Web
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Excellent vizualisation!
What would the world look like if we re-sized each country in proportion to its population? Pretty darn crazy!

Canada is reduced to a line. Greenland is gone! You'll never think of Russia the same way again. Madagascar was a surprise. 

Check out the contrast between Australia and Papua province (and Australians are FREAKED OUT about immigrants overrunning their country!).

Hong Kong and Singapore are bigger than Mongolia and New Zealand. China and India you expect. But check out Greater Delhi, bigger than many countries, and  Mexico City!

Some parts are reassuring. South America is pretty much like... South America. 

I hope the map gives each country a bit of context around its place, literally, in the world.

The map was created by redditor TeaDranks: http://goo.gl/vyHzLj
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The Death of the Keyword

That may be a slight overstatement, but not by much, according to this in-depth analysis of the latest +Searchmetrics search ranking factors study by +Marcus Tober for +Moz.

So, don't build landing pages for single keywords. And don't build landing pages for search engines, either. Focus on topics related to your website/content/niche/product and try to write the best content for these topics and subtopics. Create landing pages dealing with several, interdependent aspects of main topics and write comprehensive texts using semantically closely related terms. This is how you can optimize the user experience as well as your rankings – for more than even the focus keyword – at the same time!

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À tous les "Twitpickr"
Afternoon buzz: Photo sharing service TwitPic will live on thanks to acquisition

The news comes two weeks after TwitPic announced it was shutting down on September 25 rather than face a trademark infringement lawsuit from Twitter, causing consternation among frequent tweeters who relied on the service to host their images.

The terms of the deal (and the acquiring company) haven’t been announced yet, but the important news is that all of the images people have uploaded to the service will live on.

ht +GeekWire http://tgcafe.it/1uyHbS1

#twitpicshutsdown  
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Une belle vulgarisation de la perception de la couleur #couleur   #perception   #infographie  

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Call me maybe? Introducing free voice calls from Hangouts

Starting today you can make voice calls from Hangouts on Android, iOS and the web. It’s free to call other Hangouts users, it’s free to call numbers in the U.S. and Canada, and the international rates (http://tgcafe.it/1qLrIO5) are really low. 

To get started on Android, just grab the new version of Hangouts http://tgcafe.it/1skofHY (v2.3, rolling out over the next few days), then install the accompanying dialer http://tgcafe.it/YwZnSp to turn on voice calls. On iOS and the web, voice calls will be available the next time you open the app.

Official announcement: http://tgcafe.it/1uw4ehr

#freevoicemessages  
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BREAKING: It’s Over: Google Authorship no more 

Today John Mueller of Google Webmaster Tools announced in a Google+ post (http://goo.gl/2JTIVT) that Google will stop showing authorship results in Google Search, and will no longer be tracking data from content using rel=author markup.

As usual, +Eric Enge and +Mark Traphagen  stayed on top of this breaking development and reported about it at +Search Engine Land : http://tgcafe.it/VR84oL

Biggest reason for Google Authorship cessation, as told by +John Mueller to +Mark Traphagen :

...test data collected from three years of Google Authorship convinced Google that showing Authorship results in search was not returning enough value compared to the resources it took to process the data. 

#googleauthorship  
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... So Google+ is not dead!
Rand Fishkin: The Magical Powers of Google Plus

In this slide deck +Rand Fishkin gives a complete tour of the many unique features and powers of Google+, especially highlighting its extraordinary ranking power in personalized search.

View it at >> http://snip.ly/wkON
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