All that happened in the world of search engines in the fourth week of January 2008. All the blogs are all in chronological order. Enjoy!
- Google CEO Aims High With Mobile Web Advertising
While the present estimates of mobile advertising have been less than awesome, Google's CEO perceives it differently and has high hopes from it in the near future. Read on to find what Google thinks and what's the assessment of industry analysts.
- Will Too Many Footer Links Result In A Penalty From Google?
Too many links at your webpages' feet, does it make you vulnerable to a punishment from one of the most popular search engines? This was the topic of hot debate at a forum recently and there was some advice from the experienced folks, read on to find what's it all about.
- Google Can Cost You Your Job!
As more and more hiring managers turn to Google to churn out information about a job candidate, it's either be a boon or a bane for the applicant depending on how or where he or she's found on the Internet. Find out what's the takes and anecdotes of both the hirers as well as the applicants.
- Is Google Entering Paid Reviews Business, Via AdSense?True or rubbish!.
A buzz was set afloat when in post by Shoemoney where in, it was reasoned that Google was contemplating an entry into the Paid Reviews Business. Not everyone agrees with it, find out what the buzz was all about.
- It's Official, Position 6 Penalty Is Now Receding!
The Position Six Penalty led to quite a Tsunami of discussions and commentary across the search engine marketing industry. Initially we didn't hear anything substantial from Goliath Google, but eventually the penalty was acknowledged and it is now ebbing, as Matt Cutts wrote in a post recently.
- Spammers Feeling Lucky With Google's "I'm Feeling Lucky"!
The well-intentioned feature "I'm Feeling Lucky" of Google is apparently being exploited by slick spammers to dupe common folks into their evil designs. It seems that the spammers have gotten innovative and overtime, read on to find what makes a seemingly innocent feature a stairway to heaven for spammers.