Google AdWords Adds Scheduling / Dayparting Jennifer Slegg posts on the Search Engine Watch Blog that Google AdWords […]
Yahoo Search Marketing UK Lowering Minimum Bid According to a thread in Webmaster World, Yahoo Search Marketing UK […]
Running Google Calendar on Web Sites Google Calendar has taken a page from the Google Video school of […]
Don’t you hate it when you click through to a search engine result only to find a site that has been overly optimized, without visitors in mind. We’ve all experienced it, you know, the sites that are so ugly you can hardly stand to look at them. The ones where the content is stuffed with so many keywords that it is clear that it was only written with the search engines in mind.
BackFence Launches Palo Alto Bay Area Site Backfence.com, which recently purchased Dan Gillmor’s Bayosphere as a strategy for […]
Netscape Beta launched last night, it has a similar concept to digg, but seems to be more oriented towards the masses. When I first saw it, I was impressed on how well they optimized it for search engines.
Google U.S. Government Search Looking to keep up on White House feeds or the Weather around Washington, DC? […]
Google Does Shakespeare Et tu, Google? Google has added full text of every Shakespeare play as part of […]
Netscape Relaunched as AOL Digg AOL and their Savior, Jason Calacanis, have transformed the once Mozilla powered browser, […]
Jux2 Meta Search Engine Adds MSN Results and Firefox Extension Jux2, the meta-search engine that allows users to […]
Each one of the four premium ad spots on TechCrunch currently sell for $10,000 per month. That may seem like a lot of money at first but when you consider you the fact you’re reaching 3 million eye balls from a very targeted audience every month it’s not so bad. But before you pony up the 10 grand for one of these spots you better take a moment to consider the potential consequences.
Blinkx.TV : More Video Than Google, Yahoo or YouTube When it comes to search, the big boys on […]
There has been some noise around the seo industry today about Google not obeying the NoIndex meta tag. Google is indexing pages that use this tag when they shouldn’t be. I have actually seen this first hand myself when our company received an email earlier this week asking for opinions on the seo of a website. We noticed this site was trying to keep pages from being indexed in the search engines by using this meta tag. However, when we searched through Google we noticed these pages were still being indexed.
The eBay Wiki launched today, it is a community driven wiki that eBay has created in collaboration with JotSpot. JotSpot was the first company to create a wiki platform, similar to the platform used by Wikipedia.
I am so excited; I am now an official 9rules member. I am honored to be selected in the 4th round with Cameron and all of the other great bloggers that made it. If you are not too sure what 9rules is about
Google Photos : Picasa Web Albums Google Flickr, oh I mean Picasa Web Albums, is live and running […]
RSS – Things That Make You Go Hmmm Why doesn’t the new Yahoo Spark Blog publish an RSS […]
Yahoo Local and Yahoo Shopping Blogs Yesterday I wrote a bit about the Yahoo Directory Blog, The Spark, […]
LookSmart AdCenter : New Features & $150 in Free Advertising LookSmart has added new features to their LookSmart […]
Google Spreadsheet Invitations on eBay Not only can you buy GMail, Writely or Google Analytics invitations on eBay, […]