Bill Slawski reports on a new Google patent that manipulates search results based on query patterns and click results. As Bill explains Google can track when people search for a few related terms and then click on a specific page and develop aggregated information when this action is repeated and give a higher ranking for sites that the group clicks on most often.
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MANILA, Philippines – A free advertising service has been launched by a giant Internet company to raise income for the country’s micro, small and medium-scale enterprises (MSMEs) through online websites, an official of the firm said Tuesday.
Over 25 million Filipinos and over a billion people worldwide use the Internet and search engines to find detailed information on products and services they want to buy offline or an offline-online-offline buyer mentality – thus, paving the way for local SMEs to grow their business via the Internet, said Derek Callow, marketing head of Google Southeast Asia.
CARY, NC – Industry leading new media marketing firm, Triangle Direct Media (TDM), was chosen to present its new SEOtool as part of the Internet Summit 2009 DEMO Showcase. SEOtool is an innovative, on-demand technology that allows website owners to pinpoint exactly what they must do to their site architecture to increase their organic search engine rankings.
SEOtool is an enterprise-level SEO platform that gives marketers SEO metrics about their entire website so that they can execute SEO with priority and intent. It fetches, parses, and analyzes entire websites, analyzing more than 175 page-level attributes while reporting on more than 50 site-wide SEO conditions and identifying specific problems and giving sound solutions.
What is the tipping point for when a project actually goes global? As far as I'm aware, no specific metrics determine when a project is actually global -- Web publishers who launch their U.S. Web sites in English in the U.K. and Australia will often describe their organization as global.
A couple weeks ago, Google began helping business owners find themselves with a link in their Google Local Business Center that read "See your listing on Google Maps."
Billed as the first major redesign in a decade, Microsoft has introduced a dramatic new look and feel for the MSN portal. The redesign simplifies and cleans up most elements on the site. Among other things, it makes video more central, incorporates Facebook and Twitter, creates a dedicated new local area and emphasizes search.
Have you ever thought about using blog commenting as a way of generating links to your Web site?
Like many people, I misspelled a domain name today when I was trying to visit a web site. I typed Twiter.com (with one T) rather than Twitter.com. I wasn’t surprised to land on a site with ads, as is common when entering typos. I was surprised that both Google and Yahoo were making money off those ads.
It's important to start every Web site development project by understanding the role of SEO in the project. The team of people working on the project has limited time, and most likely they have a schedule. Focusing them on the wrong things will produce less than optimal results.