Now, Privacy Groups Too Set To Oppose Microsoft's Yahoo! Bid

Feb 5, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

If you thought Google's the only entity spewing fire against a possible merger, you could be mistaken. The proposed deal is drawing a lot of ire from Privacy groups who seem to have vowed to a fight before U.S. regulatory agencies if Microsoft's $44.6 billion bid is accepted. On similar lines the deal could face obstacles in Europe too. This could be so because the European Union merger statutes disallow any dominant companies to further increase their dominance.

Would A Treaty Between Yahoo! & Google Diffuse Microsoft's Attempt?

Feb 5, 2008 116 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Over the weekend Google tried to thwart the attempt by Microsoft to takeover Yahoo!, by being quite vocal about the concerns, see Official Google Response: Microsoft's Bid On Yahoo! "Hostile".

AdCenter: 4 Fruitful Tips To Maximize ROI Through Keyword Expansion!

Feb 5, 2008 116 readsby Navneet Kaushal

How are your keywords performing? Do you have keywords in your account which don't serve rather make it sluggish? Ever wondered how your keywords could give you a higher ROI? AdCenter advises how to achieve all this .

A judicious keyword expansion makes for efficient long-term account maintenance and reporting. Once you learn to generate quality keyword lists you would be much more effective and efficient in no time!

How Would The Union Of Microsoft & Yahoo! Impact Webmasters & Web Publishers?

Feb 5, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

The merger would and should affect the whole of SEM industry. While the users, stockholders and all the stakeholders are wide eyed at the developments as they progress, the webmasters and publishers too are concerned about the aftermath. Aaron Wall takes and insightful stock of the upcoming scenario.

The critical aspects to keep a tab on would be Organic Search, PPC Ads / Paid Search Advertising, Display & Contextual Ads and International Search.

How Would The Microsoft – Yahoo! Combo Affect SEO?

Feb 4, 2008 118 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Microsoft is big and has stakes in many aspects of Information Technology, while only a chunk of the company is into online entertainment and search. Given the leadership position that Google commands in the search industry, it is all the more rational for Microsoft to acquire Yahoo!. While Yahoo! itself has not been at its best this year as far as performance is concerned, not to mention the infamous expected layoffs, now Yahoo! seems to be on its way to fine tune itself. An acquisition by Microsoft at this stage would mean integrating with a more efficient company.

Different Country, Different Ranking: What to do Google?

Feb 4, 2008 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

On WebmasterWorld, a member reported that some two weeks back he noticed a lower traffic for the USA IP range. After some digging he found that his site which in December was in top 10 now ranked somewhere around 60 on the USA Google data centers. However, it still ranked in top 10 in all other countries around the world for the same search terms.

Google Urchin 6 Software Beta Public Now

Feb 4, 2008 117 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Last Friday, it was announced that the Urchin software from Google beta would be now available for download on its main site. This software from Google is a web analytics product which is similar in scope to Google Analytics, except that the software is installed and managed on the user's own server.

Microsoft's Bid On Yahoo!: The Buzz Rages On!

Feb 4, 2008 116 readsby Navneet Kaushal

This year's Valentine's Day has been an opportunity for many lovers to express their feelings towards their beau, and it also appears to be just the opportune moment for News Corp to propose to Yahoo! Find out what have the talks been about.

Is Yahoo! Dating News Corp, Now?

Matt Cutts' Advice On Content Syndication

Feb 4, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

It is mostly seen that the common worry among the webmaster is about dupe content. On being asked, is there a need to worry about duplicate content issues when submitting articles? This is what Matt Cutts had to say:

Google releases Social Graph API

Feb 4, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google announced the release of its Social Graph API on Friday. The Social Graph API is designed as a tool to help users find and add their social connections each time they sign on to a new network. It searches for data on your connections across the internet.

Google releases Social Graph API

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