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Nick Denton’s not too pleased with the path Nick Douglas was taking Valleywag, so he’s kicked him out, changed the look of the site and announced a new focus on more hard-hitting news.
Just because Google’s initial effort to bring its bidding platform to print ads failed, doesn’t mean the company is giving up.
The World Wide Web was created as a mechanism for scientists to post text and images, and share them with colleagues. Keep that in mind the next time you visit sites with Flash navigation, embedded videos, sound clips that play when the site loads, and advertising on display.
Google’s stepping-up its efforts to stop people from using “google” as a verb. They’ve posted a correct useage guide on the official Google blog, in an attempt to gently persuade people to not use Google incorrectly.
Rand Fishkin has put together a whole bunch of analytical data from some of the top search bloggers. He asked a couple dozen SEM bloggers to share their visitor data and then compared it with external services such as Alexa and Hitwise.
Right about now, Google’s Brett Crosby is revealing a new tool at the Emetrics Summit in Washington, D.C. Called Website Optimizer, it is designed to help AdWords advertisers test different landing pages in order to determine which one drives the highest number of conversions.
The LA Times’ Chris Gaither reveals Google’s plans to pull-back from launching new products and instead focus on making the 35 it has, more usable.
Google’s decided, “if we’re going to be sued for our book-scanning project, then so should our friends.”