Google: Link Google Analytics Account With Google AdWords!

Feb 15, 2008 140 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Have you got an email recently from Google telling you, that you need to link your Google Analytics account with your Google AdWords account. Well, the mail seems to be an authentic notification as Google too has set up a help page explaining the issue, and how to link your Google Analytics account to your AdWords account?

We got the email as well and it says:

Will Using A NoFollow Attribute Raise Google's Eyebrows?

Feb 15, 2008 115 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Will Using A NoFollow Attribute Raise Google

Is it true that if you use a nofollow attribute on many of your links, it would raise a red flag at Google in additions to other search engines?

Recently, the viewpoint that using the nofollow with the purpose of controlling the flow of links or link juice is a big red flag in the eyes of the search engines has been expressed by Eric Lander, while some still believe that it doesn't.

Bradley Horowitz Quits Yahoo! for Google

Feb 15, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

After laying off 1,000 of its employees, it seems Yahoo's own generals have begun jumping ships. What might be deemed as a blow to Yahoo, Bradley Horowitz, head of Yahoo's Advanced Technology Division has accepted a position with Google.

Google to Introduce Video Ads on Search Results

Feb 15, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Along with its superior algorithm, the most alluring feature of Google's early feature was the absence of ads. However, now for better or for worse, it is going to change, reports The NY Times.

Is Yahoo! Dating News Corp, Now?

Feb 15, 2008 115 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Apparently, Yahoo! has got quite attractive this Valentine, though it has refused Microsoft's proposal, but there doesn't seem to be an extreme shortage of potential suiters as was earlier thought.

After, the top managements of the two companies airing their views, the shareholders too have spoken up, but the latest twist in the story is Yahoo!'s compatibility with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.

Microsoft: adCenter Revises Terms And Conditions!

Feb 15, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

The adCenter customers today have got notice of an upcoming update to the adCenter Terms and Conditions. There have been several changes to the policy, informs the adCenter Community team:

What are the changes to the adCenter Terms and Conditions?

A new section is being added that empowers the adCenter representatives to help customers manage their accounts more efficiently – with their permission.

Google's Valentine's Day Treat

Feb 15, 2008 115 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Getting into the right Valentine mood, Google has posted a video clipping with a Valentine's special recipe. The recipe pairs well with Roederer Estate, Anderson Valley Brut sparkling wine for a Valentine's day treat for two.

Find it here.


Yields about 4 cakes

Google Study Says, 1% Of All Search Results Still Contain Malicious Content!

Feb 14, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Last Tuesday, Google published a report stating that web browsing and searching are increasingly becoming risky. Google for a year and a half now has been identifying web pages that infect vulnerable hosts via drive-by downloads, i.e. web pages that attempt to exploit their visitors by installing and running malware automatically.

Microsoft's $44.6 Billion Bid, Too High And Too Low At The Same Time!

Feb 14, 2008 115 reads by Navneet Kaushal

In an intriguing twist of events, more than the chief executives of Yahoo! and Microsoft, it's some of the biggest shareholder of the companies airing their views about the $31 per share bid being befitting or not.

Yahoo Inc's second-biggest shareholder has asked Microsoft Corp. to increase its $44.6 billion bid for the company, and has warned Yahoo! that it isn't left with many options than to accept the offer. This has further raised the pressure on the top management to close the deal. Some real trying times for Yahoo! indeed.

How Does Google Treat The Blacklisted Sites?

Feb 14, 2008 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

The impact on a website of being ‘blacklisted’ by Google has been highlighted recently by the insurance comparison website, observes Robin Goad. The website experienced this very dilemma after Google picked up on irregular inbound links to its site, which resulted in a steep fall in its rankings.

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