All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Weblog’
File this one under “Oops.” A security flaw with Google’s new Sitemaps service has been dug up that allows anyone to “claim ownership” and view statistics for websites if they have improperly set up 404 error pages. Want to see site statistics for AOL, eBay, or About.com? The Sitemaps flaw will get you there, assuming you own them.
Yesterday at PubCon Las Vegas, Matt Cutts dropped a hint that there would be a new Google service launched. That new service is an SEO tool addition to Google Sitemaps, that will SEO companies cringing as webmasters are given easy guidelines for optimization and error correction.
Okay, so the weblog has yet to reach its full potential, as the majority of folks outside this microcosm we’ve created called cyberspace have a vague, if any, recognition of the medium. But as the blogosphere grows, it will add a targeted reach heretofore never seen. AOL noticed. Publishers are noticing too.
If ever you’ve taken a course in media, communication, or journalism, then it was impossible to escape the phrase, “the media tells people not what to think, but what to think about.” With the advent of broadband, the weblog and other citizen journalism outlets, that fundamental tenet of media theory may reverse itself.
Something’s rotten in the Blogosphere and it’s not completely clear where the stench originates, or whose effluence is compounding the matter. After the recent Blogger splogbomb, the chorus can’t agree on whether the smeller’s the feller or if the denier’s the supplier.
The Fly With Me podcast has captured some of the pilot-tower audio from last week’s Jet Blue emergency landing at LAX.
Over the past few months, there have been several reports detailing which corners of the World Wide Web are most likely to attract the attention of hard to reach wealthier men (aside from adults only areas). If you’re online business targets this demographic, then this information is very useful. So, let’s review.
Up until now, wikis have served as collaborative read-write web sites that either individuals or businesses can contribute to.