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” and “ Zero Blue Links, ” and most recently we saw Google experimenting with Zero Result SERPs .So the fact that Google’s been heading in this direction isn’t really news. We’re just seeing a continued evolution, as Google moves from proof-of-concept (I’ve personally never found Knowledge Panels in search results all that useful) to AI-powered, entity-based content recommendation and discovery features (now that’s useful).

In terms of how you optimize for these types of results, let’s focus on that “entity-based” part I just mentioned. Here’s a closer look at the “Customize feed” options in the Google App:

Right away it’s clear that the personalization is based on my location (I live in the ‘burbs outside of DC-Baltimore), but what many SEOs will see when they look at this is a group of entities from Google’s Knowledge Graph. Distinct entities are what make up the Knowledge Graph, and this has been a major focus of Google (and SEOs) for roughly the past six years — things, not strings .

With Schema.org, the Knowledge Graph, and topics-as-entities in mind, I’d like to propose an approach that I think makes a lot of sense. In a nutshell:

Use the Interest and Demographic data in the Google Analytics Audience reports to identify new topics and categories that are most likely to show up in content suggestion features.

Here’s an example: let’s say you’re a financial site and you’ve been writing keyword-targeted investing content from every conceivable angle. By applying a “Chrome Content Suggestions” segment in Google Analytics and viewing Affinity Category data, you might find that the #1 affinity category for your audience members who click on Articles for You links is Food Dining/Cooking Enthusiasts/30 Minute Chefs . Google already knows that these folks like your site because they’ve visited it before. Now if you just align more if your content with your audience’s high affinity interests — even outside of your investing lane — you’re going to show up in their personalized recommendations much more frequently.

What I’m really talking about is being as audience-focused as you are topic-focused. If you have a large investor audience who happen to love wine and cooking, make sure work some wine and cooking articles into your editorial mix. You can find affinity categories specifically for Chrome Content Suggestion users by applying that segment to the Google Analytics Audience reports and seeing what it reveals about your audience.

The ad industry got the memo on this years ago; advertisers are interested in your audience, not your content. Writing the content your audience is searching for has been SEO in a nutshell for most of my career, and it’s what any good keyword researcher is ultimately trying to figure out. But in 2018, it’s less about finding more keywords under a given topic and more about addressing the broader needs and interests of your audience based on interests, both implicit and explicit.

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After two weeks, during which he avoided contacting Vicky at her request, Tim got an email from the university saying they were launching an investigation. At the first meeting, he learned that all possible punishments, including expulsion, were on the table. "Apparently," he says, "two students acting outside a university function, off university property, are still under their jurisdiction."

That's less scary than a visit from the cops but can actually turn out worse. You see, while the police can send you to jail, they also have a much higher burden of proof ... and you actually get a lawyer to defend you . If you're accused of a crime in college, don't count on getting to appeal or refute evidence. Faculty from law schools are now even criticizing their own universities' policies as unfair to the accused, and some students are starting to hire attorneys and sue colleges for violating their due process rights.

Comstock/Stockbyte/Getty Images So if this seems like a far worse idea than letting established legal institutions handle things, that's because it is .

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And rights have to extend to both the accuser and the accused. Even if there is no vast false-rape epidemic sweeping the nation, some accusations are false, as Rolling Stone and others uncovered with Mr. Bean-esque clumsiness. Some students have even had to produce video footage to prove their innocence or were expelled even though juries found no evidence against them . It's tempting to assume guilt when the crime's really, really bad, but that goes against every good legal standard out there -- and, incidentally, doesn't deter further crime. That is the paradox: Society has a long history of ignoring rape victims, but responding with a process that convicts innocent people just delegitimizes all future convictions and the system as a whole.

Now, wrongful conviction wasn't an issue for Tim, who actually did what he was accused of -- he and the victim were telling the same story. But without a lawyer, who was arguing on his behalf when it came to punishment? Someone in the administration was, hopefully. Tim sure wasn't. All he could do was wait.

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During the investigation, Tim and Vicky described everything that happened that night leading up to the incident. Their stories matched up. They'd each had four or five drinks over the course of the evening, plus wine at her place, yet both claimed alcohol wasn't a factor. They'd talked about crushes. They played games at an arcade bar, and he at one point said, "If I knew you better, I'd slap you on the ass." She said, "Try it," so he did, and they laughed. They ducked into a sex shop on the way to her place. They held hands for a while. At her apartment, she played the piano and sang a sad love song. Her head lay on his chest while they watched TV.

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Austria's right-wing government plans to shut down seven mosques and expel up to 40 imams in what it said was "just the beginning" of a push against Islamist ideology and foreign funding of religious groups. "Political Islam's parallel societies and radicalizing tendencies have no place in our country," Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told a news conference outlining the government's decisions. Austria, a country of 8.8 million people, has roughly 600,000 Muslim inhabitants, most of whom are Turkish or have families of Turkish origin.

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's right-wing government plans to shut down seven mosques and expel up to 40 imams in what it said was "just the beginning" of a push against Islamist ideology and foreign funding of religious groups.

The coalition government, an alliance of conservatives and the far right, came to power soon after Europe's migration crisis on promises to prevent another influx and clamp down on benefits for new immigrants and refugees.

In a previous job as minister in charge of integration, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz oversaw the passing of a tough "law on Islam" in 2015, which banned foreign funding of religious groups and created a duty for Muslim societies to have "a positive fundamental view towards (Austria's) state and society".

"Political Islam's parallel societies and radicalizing tendencies have no place in our country," Kurz told a news conference outlining the government's decisions, which were based on that law.

Austria, a country of 8.8 million people, has roughly 600,000 Muslim inhabitants, most of whom are Turkish or have families of Turkish origin.

One society that runs a mosque in Vienna and is influenced by the "Grey Wolves", a Turkish nationalist youth group, would be shut down for operating illegally, the government said in a statement.

An Arab Muslim group that runs at least six mosques would also be shut down, it added.

"This is just the beginning," far-right Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache told the news conference held by four cabinet members.

The ministers said up to 60 imams belonging to ATIB, a Muslim group close to the Turkish government, could be expelled from the country or have visas denied on grounds of receiving foreign funding.

A government handout put the number at 40, of whom 11 were under review and two had already received a negative ruling.

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Mr. Creager has extensive experience in assisting other attorneys on post-trial motions, by consultation and by as co-counsel for purposes of post-trial motions and any potential appeal.

The Supreme Court of Virginia have stated that a party armed with a jury’s verdict which has been approved by the trial court occupies “the most favored position known to the law.” , 274 Va. 438, 450, 650 S.E.2d 687 (2007). The Justices have issued at least 23 opinions which include that statement. This principle only applies, however, to a jury verdict which has been approved by the trial court . A plaintiff can win a case at trial, but on post-trial motions the trial court, upon further review and reflection, may conclude that it erred in admitting evidence, erred in instructing the jury, erred in allowing improper closing arguments, or erred in some other respect. For these or other reasons, the trial court may set aside the jury’s verdict and grant a new trial. Prevailing on post-trial motions is thus critically important. Sometimes, trial attorneys have strong trial practice skills but they may be less experienced with and less knowledgeable about the legal research and legal principles that govern post-trial motions.

Often, if plaintiff’s counsel prevails on post-trial motions and the trial court enters judgment on the jury’s verdict, the defense (and the insurance carrier) will decide to forego an appeal and instead satisfy the judgment. This has occurred in numerous cases on which Mr. Creager has provided assistance on post-trial motions. Even if the defense decides to appeal, strong briefing and argument on post-trial motions, and a favorable ruling by the trial court, will put the plaintiff in a very strong position for purposes of the appeal. Often, the trial court will issue an opinion from the bench or a letter opinion which will adopt many of the arguments made in the plaintiff’s post-trial brief. This type of post-trial opinion from the trial court can also be very helpful on appeal.

Sometimes it is the plaintiff who files a post-trial motion seeking to set aside a defense verdict and to obtain a new trial. An example of Mr. Creager’s work on this type of post-trial motion can be found in the federal decision reported at , 447 F. Supp. 2d 604 (W.D. Va. 2006) . During the trial, at the close of the plaintiff’s evidence the trial court had dismissed the case on the basis that there was no evidence to show that Wal-Mart employees knew of the spilled liquid before the plaintiff slipped and fell on it. Without such evidence, the plaintiff could not establish that Wal-Mart knew or should have known of the dangerous condition in time to have prevented the plaintiff’s fall. In the post-trial motion, Mr. Creager argued that certain statements that had been made by defense counsel during opening statements were sufficient to allow the jury to conclude that a Wal-Mart employee, when informed of the plaintiff’s fall, had said the spill was supposed to have been cleaned up 30 minutes before then. Statements made by lawyers during their opening statements are not evidence in the case, but Mr. Creager contended that defense counsel’s statements were so clear and unequivocal that they “became judicial admissions upon which Plaintiff was entitled to rely during her case-in-chief.” 447 F. Supp. 2d at 610. The federal district court agreed and granted the plaintiff a new trial.

Attorneys who would like to contact Mr. Creager regarding issues that have been raised or might be raised on post-trial motions may reach him by calling his cell phone (804-405-1450) or by sending him an e-mail at rcreager@creagerlawfirm.com .

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