New Website Health Check SEO Tool!

Nov 7, 2007 117 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Recently, Aaron Wall released a new tool. This tool with the name of "Website Health Check Tool" has been developed especially for reviewing a site's title tags, descriptions, URLs, and page status codes.


Roll Out Of New AdSense Management Features Begins!

Nov 7, 2007 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

A few weeks ago it was announced by Google of a new Ad Management interface for AdSense.

In a DigitalPoint Forums thread titled "New Adsense options available", there are some reports that Google has already started the initial roll out of these features. One such feature is a new ad management screen and it is believed that it will replace some portions of the old ad setup screen.

Interesting iGoogle Themes!

Nov 7, 2007 118 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google has added five new interesting themes to its iGoogle homepage. Both Google Blogoscoped and Google Operating System have posts on these new themes. The new themes are:

  • Solar System theme,
  • Autumn theme,
  • Hong Kong theme,
  • JR The Monster theme, and
  • Aja Tiger theme.

To add one of these themes to the active tab, visit iGoogle and type in the address bar the following JavaScript code:

Google China's Trying Alternative Homepage Designs!

Nov 6, 2007 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Spotted is Google China's alternative homepage. However, this is not a replacement for the diminutive "".


Philipp Lenssen writes that this page is not even connected to the Google China homepage. Here's a screenshot with automated translations in English.

YSM Webinar: 2007 Holiday Consumer Overview and Search Best Practices

Nov 6, 2007 116 readsby Ritu Sharma

Our friends from Yahoo! just let us know Pato Spagnoletto, Senior Director of Marketing at Yahoo! Search Marketing, will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday, November 14. Called "2007 Holiday Consumer Overview and Search Best Practices," many subjects from best practices, to the impact of combining search and display, to 2006 holiday results/consumer trends will be discussed.

AOL To Purchase Contextual Ad Company Quigo, For $300 Million

Nov 5, 2007 116 readsby Navneet Kaushal

AOL snapping up Internet ad startup Quigo for $300m, informs A week back, it was All Things Digital who reported the then rumor first. Back in July, AOL purchased Tacoda for $200 million – $300 million. : Google China's New Domain

Nov 5, 2007 117 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google China Buys Domain informs Loren Baker. With this, Google's chinest domain is possibly the shortest domain names for the users in the Chinese market,

Google says that this short domain name would help the web users in the country as they would be able to type it in fast. now redirects to Nevertheless, is owned by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority.

Google To Launch 'Android,' And Mobile Strategy!

Nov 3, 2007 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Two different reports on Google Phone within just a day's time. While Reuters says that Google will unveil mobile strategy on Monday, Tom Krazit writes that Google will unveil 'Android' phone software.

The first report says that Google would launch a mobile operating system, which would be based on 'open-source Linux code, which will support applications from different software developers in addition to Google's own services, which include e-mail and mapping'. Partnering Google Inc in this mobile strategy are "Sprint Nextel Corp (S.N), Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) T-Mobile USA, Motorola Inc (MOT.N) and Samsung Electronics."

Google AdSense Publishers In Egypt & Morocco Can Now Receive Payment Via Western Union?

Nov 3, 2007 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Two different forums in Digital Point are stating that Western Union is now available for Google AdSense publishers in Morocco & Egypt.


However, its not announced ad in use full-swing as one publisher says that, "I have an account from morocco and today the option of Wu appear in my account but when i choose Wu and Click Continue i get Invalid".

Google News Site Mismatching Stories With Images!

Nov 3, 2007 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google engineers are hard at work trying to fix a major embarrassment caused over their News Site where mismatched images and reports appeared, reports CNN Money. The saddest thing was that, it wasn't one incident but three cases of mismatched images & stories that surfaced.

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