Google likes Blogs. Blogs do well in Search Results Listings on Google. This is because Blogs contain fresh […]
Google’s dominant position under threat as rivals develop competing technology. Ask Jeeves, the internet search engine, has come up with the best answer of all. Constantly asked by sceptics whether it would ever make money, the PG Wodehouse inspired business based in Emeryville, California, produced the clearest result this week.
I often get emails and letters asking me if it’s really possible to get a site placed on top of the search engine results pages (SERP’s), in other words on the very first page of Google and most of the other major search engines. The answer to that question is a definite yes- provided you follow some basic elementary rules of SEO, and if you adhere to some good, sound advice that time has proven us that it works.
Yesterday, we published the Google cease and desist email to Booble for breaching copyright infringement. Booble is a […]
With the Robots.txt protocol, a webmaster or web site owner can really protect himself if it is done correctly. Today, web domain names are certainly plentiful on the Internet. There exists a multitude of sites on just about any subject anybody can think of.
U.S. online retail sales are expected to reach $65 billion in 2004, and will continue to grow by a compound annual growth rate of 17 percent through 2008 to top $117 billion, according to a report issued from Jupiter Research. As consumers’ level of comfort with online functions such as e-mail and research continues to increase, so too will their level of participation in e-commerce.
Google is reported to be having second thoughts about its $16bn flotation in the spring because of concerns that market conditions are not yet right.
With 3.3 billion searches conducted every month in the U.S., and a lucrative advertising market swelling, search is […]
Google and AOL were slapped with a lawsuit filed this week by the American Blind and Wallpaper Factory. […]
At the World Economic Forum this week in Davos, Microsoft’s Bill Gates publically announced the drive behind MSN’s […]
Google’s lawyers have sent a cease and desist email to Booble.com. They claim trademark violation and dispute Booble’s […]
Here’s something that is fast to read and does the job! Rank for $ales is pleased to present “The 10 do’s and don’ts of SEO”. Five techniques you should always do to push your site at the top of the search engine results pages (SERP’s) and keep it there, and five things which you should always avoid doing, to protect your site from a possible penalty or risk it from being banned altogether.
Network Solutions has blocked Google’s service allowing visitors to look up data on domain name owners. Domain name registrar Network Solutions has a message for Google: don’t mess with our Whois.
How to Optimize Your Website for Both Google & Inktomi The search engine environment continues to evolve rapidly, […]
Overture, the Yahoo owned search engine advertising network, is launching a separately-bidded marketplace for its ‘contextual advertising’ product […]
Google’s much anticipated IPO could be filed as early as this week – according to various trusted sources. […]
New worm Mydoom.A.worm has already reached red alert status according to the virus labs of Panda Software. There […]
Sean Kerner looks into the secrets behind those non-profit default ads seen on AdSense ads and how helpful […]
The Register reports that Social Networking services like Friendster or Google’s Orkut are huge targets for hackers. The […]
Yahoo has just released the Beta Version of their RSS Aggregator to be used with the Yahoo “My […]