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Google Goes Red-Targets Marxist Parody Site

Mar 25, 2006 113 reads by PageTraffic

A Marxist parody site The People's Cube has said to be trashed from Google's index. It was noticed last week when a blog named as Little Green Footballs made some controversial statements regarding the issue. The matter made many of them to supress a comedic view of marxism.

Google's New GeoAds Beta Rocks!

Mar 25, 2006 114 reads by PageTraffic

Google comes with an entirely new concept of testing Google Local ads by inserting coffee icons in the Google Maps for some Google Local searches. This is termed as Google GeoAds beta which is out for less than two weeks now. This can be explained in a detailed manner, for example, if you search on booksellers nyc at Google Local, you will come across small coffee icons which will show you the "sponsored listings" for Barnes and Noble when you click on these icons. To view more details on the scintillating feature, visit Shimon Sandler's website.

Yahoo!, DMOZ, Best For Link Popularity

Mar 24, 2006 114 reads by PageTraffic

A recent article on the Link Popularity stated that established sites should construct more effective and efficient link popularity. The article published by Rob Sullivan, emphasized on the fact that three places prove to be the most efficient where your business site can be listed and would function authoritatively right from its start and probably result in its rapid PageRank 4. However, an elaborated discussion on link popularity can be read on text link

Google's "BIG DADDY" Bids Goodbye

Mar 24, 2006 113 reads by PageTraffic

Another few weeks left for the Big Daddy process to come to an end. With just 1-2 data centers left in the switchover process, this software upgradation of Google infrastructure will take a back seat after a while. So, just stay calm even if you get stuck in the Big Daddy's network. For a detailed study on Big Daddy updating procedure you can also visit Searchengine Watch blog. The change has been brought about to bring in enhancements in the core search quality of Google for future months. The new improved functionality would include smarter redirect handling, improved canonicalization and so forth. However, if you think all this is done with just a blink of an eye, you are mistaken. The personnels at Google have worked hard for the almost done Big Daddy status. Hats off to them!

Google Devices to Advertise in Google WIFI

Mar 24, 2006 113 reads by PageTraffic

Now, you can see Google's patent filling on advertisting funded WIFI. MsGraph of Threadwatch says that the filing is "Short and easy to read. Lists different ways for how they might display advertisements to offer free or reduced-rate wifi access." According to him Google is left with two options, either create their own network or build partnerships with other providers.

Here’s a fraction from the patent filing:

Zeal is Dead! – Looksmart Now Concentrates On

Mar 23, 2006 153 reads by PageTraffic

Looksmart will no more operate their Zeal directory from 28th of his month. Surprised? Don't be. The members of Zeal recieved an e-mail which said that will not function for its users, not because that it is being sold, but because of that fact that company does'nt have any kind of plans to take it further.

Google Finance Vs Yahoo! Finance

Mar 22, 2006 118 reads by PageTraffic

As Google launched its new finance site on tuesday, the already existing Yahoo! Finance take a few steps ahead by introducing new information, multimedia and style features to its finance site. Yahoo! leads the market in terms of its finance category, having an enormous user base of nearly 12 million who visited the site last month. According to the Netratings, Yahoo! is on a verge of expansion which would make its stock charts more convincing.

Google Base Experiments with Google Search

Mar 22, 2006 113 reads by PageTraffic

It looks as if Google Base is experimenting with the Google's main serach results. The GoodROI raises its fingers to the present query that has put the Base listings to appear right on top of a Google SERP.

Share your Google feed with others

Mar 22, 2006 113 reads by PageTraffic

Google Reader  has added a nice new feature: sharing of feeds. This feature enables you to publish items by label or by their star.

Just click on the new "Share" tab and let your friends see what you are reading.

With the help of this feature, you can also put the items on your website just by a HTML code. It's really cool as it empowers you to customize its appearance, title, length and other details.

Google's New "unsupported file format" Error For Sitmaps

Mar 21, 2006 114 reads by PageTraffic

Google recently enhanced the infrastructure that processes sitemaps some days back. This is done particularly to process the sitemaps against certain guidelines, as the team at Google work out interoperability with other tools that use this protocol. Therefore, some of the users can also locate an "unsupported file format" error on the sitemaps which displayed an "OK" status earlier.

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