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About Jakob Jelling

Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.sitetube.com. Visit his website for the latest on planning, building, promoting and maintaining websites.
Use Feng Shui Techniques to Design a Harmonic Website for Your Business
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By following feng shui guidelines and techniques, you can build and design a business website that is not only visually attractive but also attractive to wealth and prosperity.

The Benefits of the New Firefox Browser

You probably heard of the new Firefox browser version 1.0 recently released by Mozilla. If you are currently using Internet Explorer or Netscape, you are probably wondering if Firefox is better and why is it better. In order to answer these questions it is necessary to take a look at all the benefits that Firefox offers you as a user.

Get Listed at DMOZ
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When you are deciding on the major search engine directories that you want your website to be listed in, you should not overlook one of the most important ones: the DMOZ (short form for Directory Mozilla).

Future for Internet Marketers

Have you ever attended a class where the instructor followed the Socratic method of teaching? You remember, only questions, no direct answers. Some discussions lend themselves best to that format, and this look at some possible future trends in Internet marketing is one of them. Mainly because there are no answers at this point, only the questions we pose!

Stay in the know with Google SMS
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The Short Messaging Service (SMS) from Google sends short, quick, text answers in response to your queries from an SMS-enabled mobile device, such as a cell phone.

Alert marketing – Get Google Search Results by E-mail

Sometimes our jobs as marketers means we need to look beyond the obvious. Google, for example, offers their Google Alerts service. At first glance, this may seem most useful to companies who want to track certain searches within their industry, or to hobbyists who want to stay on top of changes in their topics of interest.

My Yahoo Search – Beyond Bookmarks

Yahoo has long offered email, an online calendar, notes, bookmarks, and more through their free My Yahoo service. Now Yahoo has expanded this service even more by adding My Yahoo Personal Search to the mix.

Google Tests Expanded Search to Include Printed Works

Google Labs is currently testing Google Print, which returns results from within scanned printed books along with Google’s standard web search results.

Don’t shoot the (Yahoo) Messenger!

Most anyone whose kids have become teenagers over the last few years has almost certainly at least heard of “IM”.

Beyond the box with Google’s Web API

Google, the most popular, and many say best, search engine, offers searchers many options to help them zero in on just what they’re looking for.

The Opera alternative

Security flaws have long plagued Internet Explorer (IE), the market-dominating web browser from Microsoft. IE won the early browser wars, not only because it was free and bundled with Windows, but because it had some features and capabilities that its only real competitor, Netscape, didn’t have.

Paypal primer

To conduct business on the Internet, whether informal, one-time only transactions between two friends, or a full-fledged business selling products or services, payment arrangements have to be made.

Tops in Toolbars?

Most internet marketers are aware of, and probably use, the Google Toolbar. After all, it has been the only indicator of Google’s PageRank number that has been assigned to a given web page.

Google Wireless – Search Away From Home

For so many web surfers, it’s almost automatic to type Google.com in to our address bar when we want to search.

Google Groups Are Still Useful

Some very early users of the Internet – not the worldwide web as we know it today – but the Internet from the early 1980s, will have heard of, and likely used, Usenet.

Google Catalogs – Old Fashioned Mail Order Meets High Tech Search

In addition to Google’s Froogle shopping service (still in beta), which features a searchable database of online merchants, Google is also beta-testing their Google Catalog service. Google Catalogs provides a searchable central repository of hundreds of mail-order catalogs.

Help your visitors zero in with Site-Flavored Google search

As Google has gained in their search reputation the past few years, many webmasters have added a Google search box to their pages. This is meant to provide a quick path for visitors to continue their search, should they not find what they’re looking for on the original site. To help these webmasters provide even more service to their visitors, Google is currently beta-testing a new feature called Site-Flavored Google Search.

Shopping from your cell phone with Froogle Wireless

Many surfers already know about Froogle, Google’s shopping portal that is still in beta testing. Google has now expanded their Froogle service so that it is available on WML-enabled cellular phones. Most newer cell phones that can connect to the Internet have this capability.

Rent A Coder & Other Service Auctions
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You may be in the market for a new website. Perhaps you may be looking for a new logo or a database constructed for yourself or a small business.

Introducing A9.com

In this age of keeping the search engine capabilities clean and providing a less is more approach, Google.com has emerged from virtually out of nowhere to be the leading engine available. People like Google because they aren’t barraged with useless information, flashy banner ads and most of all, annoying pop-up advertisements. People want to get their information fast and without being inundated about the newest car or fad diet. Enter a new player into this domain A9.com.

Your PC can Contribute with Google Compute

Have you heard of the SETI Project?

Destination: Desktop for Google

First we had the original Google search that evolved into the leader in its class.

Get personal with Google

Anyone who’s been on the net any time at all knows that Google has been the search engine of choice for many for a while now.

To the next level with Google Groups 2

If you haven’t visited the Google Labs lately, they have released a beta of Google Groups 2 that you may want to check out. This is Google’s answer to Yahoo Groups, and they’ve added some new features to make their service more useful.