The Nofollow attribute indicates if the source of the link “trusts” the destination of it. Trust is a very critical element in human relations and not one of the easiest. Too much mistrust can lead to paranoia and isolation. Too much trust can lead to abuse and being taken advantage of. We learn from childhood […]
I can only imagine the new years eve at Jim “Jester” Kukral castle in the old and infamous darklands of Ohio (or highlands? whatever, a place where it is cold hehe).
When I read the article “Cookies Crumbling?” by Susan Perschke in the December Issue of SQL Server Magazine, did go off all my alarms for “don’t do” and “never do” in Website architecture. See the Article at SQLMag.com (Requires Subscription) The Text-Book issue with Session IDs and duplicate content illustrated perfectly in recommended solution for […]
I was catching up with some of my podcast subscriptions and listened to the SEO Rockstars Episode from 12/19 with Greg “WebGuerrilla” Boser and Todd “Mad Oilman” Friesen. They talked about the post of Dave Pasternack at DMNews which I talked about on November 27 here at SEJ and also left a long comment at […]
Amazon launched quitely with only some little “Teaser Ads” on their Website and via Email to existing customers their new Service AskVille. I received only 3 days ago following email from Amazon.
It’s again time for a discussion about the use of the nofollow attribute for links at the English language Wikipedia. A lot of the Wikis in other languages use the attribute and also the MediaWiki platform which is used by Wikipedia and thousands of other Wikis has the nofollow attribute ON by default for new […]
New Way of of Circumventing the Internet Censor December 1, an early Christmas gift will be released for those living in countries where governments have a nag to control what users can and can not see on the Internet. At the university of Toronto a team of political scientists, software engineers and computer-hacking activists have […]
Dave Pasternack from the SEM/PPC Firm Did-I could not resist it. Â He had to post at his DMNews.com Blog the story titled “An SEO critic answers his critics“, which is in fact a direct sequel to his post “Troubled times for SEO firms” from about a month ago. Â The original post was stirring […]
It was not too long ago when the European Business-Networking Service OpenBC.com announced their planned name change to Xing.com. OpenBC.com is no longer and all links to OpenBC.com, including the links to profile pages, are being redirected to Xing.com. The reason for the name change is the plan to aggressively expand worldwide and to use […]
AOL Inserts Ads Inside Email First, a bit of background from InfoWorld: “For the first time in its history, AOL is displaying ads along with e-mail messages to its paying subscribers, to increase the delivery mechanisms of its online ad inventory, an AOL spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday. This practice is common in free Webmail services but […]