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1921: new post   End of Google Premium Ads
We have been tracking sporadic reports over the last few weeks that Google premium ads are going to be phased out soon. This is the latest installment. (nothing official from Google on this yet).
Google AdWordsApr 17, 2003
1922: new post   End of an Era: AOL Terminates Netscape Browser
HTMLDec 30, 2007
1923: new post   English Pages Added 'Translate this page' function on Google English?
" I saw some of my listings added with 'Translate this page' link on Google. When I clicked on the page, I saw my 100% English page being translated from Spanish to English. Then I realized that my server is recognized by IP country database as a Argentina site."
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 13, 2006
1924: new post   English Premier League (soccer) Sues Google/YouTube
"The football organisation said YouTube had "knowingly misappropriated" its intellectual property by encouraging footage to be viewed on its site."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMay 5, 2007
1925: new post   Enhancing Author Rank To Boost Google SEO
Boosting "authorank" is sureshot strategy to make sites rank higher; we have seen this recently due to google downplaying link building techniques.
Google SEO News and DiscussionOct 25, 2012
1926: new post   Eniro Buys Espotting Activities In Scandinavia
Miva announces Eniro as their first "private label partner" in Europe. The agreement covers all four Nordic markets - Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
Deprecated - European Search EnginesJuly 7, 2005
1927: new post   Eniro Switching To Google Results
Eniro represents one of Europes largest search engine groups. "In April, there will be a successive exchange to Google from Eniro's existing web index. The change will start in the Nordic region, the countries affected by this are Sweden (evreka.com), Denmark (eniro.dk), Norway (kvasir.no), and Finland (suomi24.fi)."
Deprecated - European Search EnginesMar 31, 2003
1928: new post   Enoughs Enough - Goodbye Netscape 4
One by one designers are making the choice to skip Netscape 4 support.
HTMLApr 24, 2002
1929: new post   Entrepreneur Success Rates: Online vs. Offline
"WebmasterWorld members discuss what makes online and offline serial entrepreneurs successful, and what we can learn from their success."
EcommerceNov 19, 2009
1930: new post   Environmental Impact of Google Search
"In terms of greenhouse gases, one Google search is equivalent to about 0.2 grams of CO2. The current EU standard for tailpipe emissions calls for 140 grams of CO2 per kilometer driven, but most cars don't reach that level yet."
FooJan 12, 2009
1931: new post   Enwording, Spim, Spam, Inbox Sludge, and Skiddies.
"And why do people coin new words? Why don't they mint them? "
Content, Writing and CopyrightNov 14, 2003
1932: new post   Eric Schmidt Sees Bing As Google's Biggest Threat
"Bing is fighting the war Google won last decade."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesSept 25, 2010
1933: new post   Eric Schmidt on What the Web Will Look Like in 5 Years
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesOct 28, 2009
1934: new post   Eric Schmidt on the Future of Google Search
Michael Arrington at TechCrunch published an interview with Google's CEO Eric Schmidt - and spawned a many-sided discussion for our members about Google present and future.
Google SEO News and DiscussionSept 8, 2009
1935: new post   Eric Schmidt to be Google chairman, Larry Page now CEO
Major management changes at Google shift Eric Schmidt to Executive Chairman and Larry Page to CEO.[br][br]In Schmidt's words, "For the last 10 years, we have all been equally involved in making decisions. This triumvirate approach has real benefits in terms of shared wisdom, and we will continue to discuss the big decisions among the three of us. But we have also agreed to clarify our individual roles so there's clear responsibility and accountability at the top of the company."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesJan 20, 2011
1936: new post   Eric Schmidt's Plan for Google News
"In about six months, [Google] will roll out a system that will bring high-quality news content to users without them actively looking for it." - TheWrap.com
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 28, 2009
1937: new post   Eric Schmidt: SERPs With Authorship Profiles Will Rank Higher
"The true cost of remaining anonymous, then, might be irrelevance."
Google SEO News and DiscussionFeb 13, 2013
1938: new post   Error: "Symantec Service Framework Has Encountered a Problem and Needs to Close.."
"Basically, this has kept me tied up on and off for days of my time over the past few weeks, this week almost entirely."
Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)Aug 26, 2009
1939: new post   Espotting - Findwhat Rebrand to Miva
Pay Per Click EnginesJune 6, 2005
1940: new post   Espotting Grabs ITV Deal
"ITV reaches 7.5% of all UK internet users"
Pay Per Click EnginesNov 13, 2003
1941: new post   Espotting Lands Lycos Europe
Lycos Europe has signed a new deal pan-european with Espotting. Espotting is going to provide PPC listings to Lycos channel and directory sections."
Deprecated - European Search EnginesJuly 29, 2002
1942: new post   Espotting Merges with FindWhat
FindWhat is reporting that it has merged/purchased Espotting for $161 million.
Pay Per Click EnginesJune 18, 2003
1943: new post   Espotting Raises Min Bid to 10p
"Espotting will be increasing its minimum bid from 5p to 10p across the UK network."
UK Search and Internet Marketing NewsMar 27, 2003
1944: new post   Espotting and FindWhat Complete Merger
"...today announced the completion of the merger between the two companies."
Pay Per Click EnginesJuly 1, 2004
1945: new post   Espotting extends reach in Spain & Italy
"Espotting now has announced the extension of the partnership with Altavista for Italy, Spain and France."
Deprecated - European Search EnginesJuly 6, 2002
1946: new post   Espotting heading to Italy and Spain Q3 2002
"In Q3 2002 Espotting opens offices in Italy and Spain."
Deprecated - European Search EnginesMar 2, 2002
1947: new post   Ethically Harvesting Emails of People Who Wish to Be Contacted
Bob asked to swap links on his website. Is there an easy and ethical way to harvest those emails for link exchanges?
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 29, 2004
1948: new post   Eudora Email Client to be Open Source in 2007
"The open source version of Eudora is targeted to be released during the first half of calendar year 2007 and will be free of charge. Once the open source version of Eudora is released, QUALCOMM will cease to sell Eudora commercially."
Website Technology IssuesOct 22, 2006
1949: new post   Euro SEO/SEM Expected to Skyrocket 65% In Next Year
"Search engine marketing is heading for the commercial big time with analysts predicting that the sector will generate 1.4bn of spending in Europe in 2005, a 65 per cent year-on-year increase. The longer term prospects for commercial search marketing, which includes paid listings, contextual search, site optimisation and paid inclusions, are even brighter, according to Forrester Research."
Deprecated - European Search EnginesMar 17, 2005
1950: new post   Euro and East Coast USA Workers have Advantage in US Market
"...put forth the theory that East Coast and Euro IT workers are at a distinct advantage because of the time difference."
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 16, 2006
1951: new post   EuroSeek Retools With the ODP and Google
EuroSeek is now powered by an RFD dump and Google.
DirectoriesAug 20, 2002
1952: new post   Europe Browser Choice Screen Starts To Roll Out
"Over the next few weeks, Microsoft will begin offering a 'Web browser choice screen' to Internet Explorer users in Europe, as required by the European Commission."
Microsoft CorporateFeb 19, 2010
1953: new post   Europe Clears The Way For Microsoft's Acquisition of Skype
The European Commission said that its investigation of the takeover showed that the firms' activities mainly overlapped for video communications, where Microsoft is active through its Windows Live Messenger.[br][br]"However, the Commission considers that there are no competition concerns in this growing market where numerous players, including Google, are present," it said in a statement.
Microsoft CorporateOct 7, 2011
1954: new post   Europe Court Rules Google Not Guilty In LVMH Trademarks In AdWords
"Google has not infringed trademark law by allowing advertisers to purchase keywords corresponding to their competitors' trademarks," the ruling found."
Google AdWordsMar 23, 2010
1955: new post   Europe Gives The Green Light To Get Tough On Persistent File Sharers
"Under the revised law, a judge must rule on the issue of whether to disconnect users."
FooOct 23, 2009
1956: new post   Europe's Telecoms Plan Mobile Phone Search Engine
"Europe's biggest telecoms groups are aiming to create a mobile phone search engine that could challenge Yahoo! and Google, the US giants." - Telegraph.co.uk
Deprecated - European Search EnginesFeb 4, 2007
1957: new post   European Comission Calls For Concerted Fight Against Spam
"It is time to turn the repeated political concern about spam into concrete actions to fight spam," said Viviane Reding, Commissioner for Information Society and Media."
FooNov 28, 2006
1958: new post   European Lawsuit May Have Ramifications For Trademark Keywords
Nevertheless, if the court goes along with the advocate general's opinion, something it generally does, the decision could have financial ramifications for Google if advertisers have less latitude to buy rivals' brand names as keywords for so-called sponsored links, analysts said.
Google AdWordsMar 25, 2011
1959: new post   European Politicians Vote To Reject Anti-Piracy Plans
"European politicians have voted down calls to throw suspected file-sharers off the net. The idea to cut off persistent pirates formed part of a wide-ranging report on creative industries written for the European parliament."
FooApr 11, 2008
1960: new post   European Regulators Investigate Facebook Over Picture Privacy
"Swiss and Germany regulators are investigating whether the practice of posting photos, videos and other information about people on sites such as Facebook without their consent is a breach of privacy laws."
Community Building and User Generated ContentMar 24, 2010
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