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A post by French blog Zorgloob has raised a flurry of rumors about Google organic rankings being influenced by Google AdWords advertising.
Zorgloob posted screenshots from an internal Google tool that assigns scores and classifications to Google’s organic listings raising questions about the way the Google SERPs are determined.
Would it surprise you to know that Google has dedicated less and less attention to “search” over the years? Conversely, the company’s talking more about “revenue.” These, anyway, are the conclusions that one might draw using Philipp Lenssen’s Google Press Release Analyzer.
There has been some useful posts of late that discuss the pracitical methods to get started at developing a new site or blog specifically for affiliate marketing. In particular Aaron Wall discusses practical tips for starting a new site and Dosh Dosh looks at choosing the right blog niche.
I love PBS’s “This Old House”; the show’s experts effortlessly tackle all sorts of home improvement issues and problems, but because I don’t possess their skills, I know better than to try to duplicate their feats. Yet with Google’s dynamic keyword insertion (DKI) tool, the question is not whether or not you can DIY, but whether or not you should.
Prices have been slashed. Fees have been “WAIVED.” And now you, yes, you, can “[b]uild a professional web site in 3 easy steps,” all thanks to Yahoo.
That’s right; our country’s second-most popular search engine corporation trotted out those cheesy advertising formulas. Subtlety be damned, Yahoo wants everyone to know about its new SiteBuilder Tool.
IBM has developed a multimedia browsing accessibility tool that helps blind and visually impaired people experience streaming video and animation on the Internet.
The multimedia-browsing tool offers people with visual impairment the same multimedia control features sighted people see and operate with a mouse. To experience a streaming video on a video-sharing Web site, visually impaired are able to select a "play" button by pressing a shortcut key to operate the media. The tool enables users to control video speed, volume and sound.
Ulco from Netters.nl has written a post on bid management tool from Search Works leaks Adwords data.
Managing keywords is a daunting task, and while there are a
number of places from which you can pull keyword lists, whittling that list
down to specific targets of value is often nonplussing and discouraging.
Luckily, there are some philanthropic souls out there
willing to help out. Recently, Aaron Wall, author of SEObook.com, created and
made available a “Keyword List Cleaner Tool” that helps organize
those vision-blurring lists.
The most effective way of ensuring compliance with ever-emerging regulations is to institute controls at the point of contact with the physician – that is, your CRM solution in the hands of your representatives.
MapQuest is hoping to make your summer plans a little simpler with its new feature, dubbed Route Builder. According to the company, “this new tool lets travelers save time and money by mapping out their entire journey – and multiple destination stops in between – in one convenient step.”
Google published an array of tips and tools to help webmasters better analyze their web offerings. In addition to a Sitemaps update that creates a more robust view of 404 errors, Google Analytics reminds the ROI-minded of how to compare AdWords clicks to organic and direct links.
All small and midsized business (SMB) owners face the challenge of managing the backend operations (accounting and bookkeeping). The task can be tedious and time consuming, especially with data that needs to be put together for analysis is spread out over several channels.
If you’ve ever frequented Internet forums or blogs, you’ve probably seen it happen-a thread goes quiet, becomes dormant, and for all intents and purposes, dies. Then a year later some goober comes along and replies to it. A new tool from Google will help eliminate these occurrences.
A recently released report by ZapThink touts the ability of DataDirect’s standards-based XQuery, a java component for integrating relational and XML data, to address the challenges involved in data integration and allow the user to determine runtime infrastructure.