Matt Cutts Confirms Adsense Mediapartners Bot Indexing Pages For GoogleBot

Apr 19, 2006 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

According to Matt Cutts, the Adsense mediapartners bot is helping Googlebot with indexing. How? Well, this was confirmed by him in this week's Pubcon. In his statement he said that Adsense mediapartners bot is not only focusing on ads for Adsense but also indexing for the regular Google search database, in a bandwidth saving move. Hmm..quite an important thought to think upon. 

Yahoo!'s Q1 Earnings-Revenues Increased, Profits Decreased

Apr 19, 2006 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

A recent study shows that Yahoo!’s net income came down to 22%, but surprisingly it's revenues were increased by 34%. However, Yahoo!, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., submitted a net income of 159.9 million, or 11 cents, a share which was found to be less than last year's $ 204.6 million, or 14 cents a share.

2006 Brings A Drop In The Pay Per Click Keyword Prices

Apr 18, 2006 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

A recent report presented by Fathom Online says that search engine marketing PPC keyword prices have undergone a tremendous fall in the first quarter of 2006. For example, the average keyword bid has dropped down from $1.43 in Q4 of 2005 to $1.39 in Q1 2006, according to Fathom.

Site Text Size Expands-And So As Google Adsense Text

Apr 18, 2006 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Recently, it was discovered that Google Adsense Text size increased with the increase in the size of the page text. Surprised? Don't be. Because this particular act was done using the Firefox browser, many feel that this might be the cause of such a problem.  It was seen that when the text size was increased  by selecting "View" from the Firefox browser buttons, the Google Adsense ad box size increased as well.

New Features Included In Google Analytics

Apr 18, 2006 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

It is stated that some "great feature additions" have been added to Google Analytics which would be comprising of an upgraded support and brand new invites. A detailed picture of the whole matter is discussed on the Unofficial Google Analytics Blog which gives elborative description for the above said statement.

The update would be featuring the following features:

Yahoo! Announces New Managers

Apr 18, 2006 113 readsby Candid SEO

This Friday Yahoo! announced Ash Patel as the chief product officer and Qi Lu as senior president of engineering for search and marketing. This was reported by a Wall Street Journal.

Patel will report to Chief Operating Officer Dan Rosensweig and will be responsible for global product strategy and development. Lu will report to technology chief Farzad Nazem.

Podcast Directories On The Rise

Apr 18, 2006 113 readsby Candid SEO

The PublicRadioFan Directory lists a total of 678 public radio podcasts. Each program has a feed link. To receive a podcast all you have to do is copy and paste the feed link into a podcasting program. There are around 35 podcast categories listed on the site. You can sort by category or by source too.

Microsoft Plans To Go Social-Also Have An Eye On Eurekster

Apr 14, 2006 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Recent news has cropped up which says that MSN Windows Live Search plans to get social. Confused? Don't be. Reports tell that Microsoft has plans to introduce a new question-and-answer tool in near future, probably next month. This statement was confirmed by the senior product manager for MSN, Justin Osmer.  It is said that this unique feature will let its users direct questions to a particular section of community, say for example your group of friends. Atleast now you can get rid of those unwanted automated lists of results which come from a generic search engine.

Google Calendar-The Wonder Calendar

Apr 13, 2006 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Expectations of the users of Google are at its peak as Google announces the launch of Google Calendar (Beta). If you think this facility will act as a companion only for the working slot then you probabaly have lots of misconceptions. It is meant for everyone. The launch of Google Calendar has been done so that you can keep track of important dates, plan out your daily schedules and appointments according to your day-to-day requirements. However, you can avail this facility only if you have an access to Gmail account. May be this time Google has found out a way to attract some of the Yahoo! and Microsoft users to make a switch. Good Goin' Google.

Google Finally Launches Google Calendar (BETA)

Apr 13, 2006 113 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google today announced launch of its highly talked calendar called Google Calendar (BETA)
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