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|1921:|| The Great 1 Cent Grandfathered Overture Giveaway is Over|
After increasing its min bid price to 5 cents a few years ago, Overture graciously grandfathered those first advertisers in at 1 cent. That party is over today. As far as we know, Overture carried the advertisers longer than any other similar system in web history.
|Yahoo Search Marketing Pay Per Click Advertising||Apr 1, 2003|
|1922:|| The Google site: operator seems broken - is this intentional?|
Webmasters who depend on the site: operator to understand how deeply Google is indexing their site are concerned that they now have some kind of penalty, or at least a technical problem with their website or server.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Apr 25, 2010|
|1923:|| The Google Update Is History - Or, The Dance is Dead|
Turn out the lights, the party is over. The Dance is dead.
|WebmasterWorld Community Center||Aug 20, 2003|
|1924:|| The Google Update Gone Mainstream?|
Is the rest of the web waking up to how important the monthly Google updates are to webmasters?
|Google News Archive||Jan 28, 2003|
|1925:|| The Google Sandbox : It's Dead Jim?|
"An understanding of what these main filters are for, how Google applies them and the observed behaviour of Google in releasing them would be a good way for owners to better manage and refine their organic search techniques."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Oct 6, 2006|
|1926:|| The Google Organic "Minus Thirty" Saga - Part 6|
"I was at a minus 30 for about 5 months and in the last couple of days my site has returned to position #6"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Sept 5, 2007|
|1927:|| The Google Gospel According to Matt Cutts, Chapter 1:21:2011|
... attention has shifted instead to 'content farms,' which are sites with shallow or low-quality content. In 2010, we launched two major algorithmic changes focused on low-quality sites. Nonetheless, we hear the feedback from the web loud and clear: people are asking for even stronger action on content farms and sites that consist primarily of spammy or low-quality content. We take pride in Google search and strive to make each and every search perfect. The fact is that we're not perfect, and combined with users' skyrocketing expectations of Google, these imperfections get magnified in perception. However, we can and should do better.[br][br]As we've increased both our size and freshness in recent months, we've naturally indexed a lot of good content and some spam as well. To respond to that challenge, we recently launched a redesigned document-level classifier that makes it harder for spammy on-page content to rank highly. The new classifier is better at detecting spam on individual web pages, e.g., repeated spammy words, the sort of phrases you tend to see in junky, automated, self-promoting blog comments. We've also radically improved our ability to detect hacked sites, which were a major source of spam in 2010. And we're evaluating multiple changes that should help drive spam levels even lower, including one change that primarily affects sites that copy others' content and sites with low levels of original content. We'll continue to explore ways to reduce spam, including new ways for users to give more explicit feedback about spammy and low-quality sites.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 21, 2011|
|1928:|| The Google Gap - The Web According to Google|
Business week online article: "Call it the Google Gap -- the difference between the growing perception that the site is omniscient and the fact that it isn't. " Googles Response: "I see a gap, but it's a gap in doing research before assuming that something's a penalty."
|Google News Archive||June 10, 2003|
|1929:|| The Google Fresh Wave|
"Anyone playing the Google "fresh" referral sweepstakes?"
|Google News Archive||Nov 20, 2002|
|1930:|| The Google Economy - New York Times Article|
"I just came across an article online from today's New York Times about Google that specifically mentions this site [webmasterworld]."
|Google News Archive||Dec 21, 2002|
|1931:|| The Google Calendar (BETA)|
"Simplify. Organize. (And relax.) Organizing your schedule shouldn't be a burden. That's why we've created Google Calendar, our free online shareable calendar service. With Google Calendar, it's easy to keep track of all your life's important events, birthdays, reunions, little league games, doctor's appointments, all in one place."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Apr 13, 2006|
|1932:|| The Google AdSense scoop on multiple ad units|
Can we or can't we, according to Google.
|Google AdSense||Mar 20, 2004|
|1933:|| The Google AdSense API Out of Beta|
"With the AdSense API, your users can create their own AdSense accounts on your site..."
|Google AdSense||Mar 31, 2007|
|1934:|| The Google Ad Network|
Heated discussion in the subscribers forum on AdWords popping up everywhere - it has many old schoolers nervous.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Mar 2, 2003|
|1935:|| The Gizmo Quiz Scoreboard|
The running scores for the Gizmo Quiz, August 2005 - August 2006.
|Foo||Aug 17, 2005|
|1936:|| The Future of Yahoo! Products|
"'Yahoo! Product Runway' media event"
|Yahoo Corporate||Sept 17, 2010|
|1937:|| The Future of SEO|
" I am worried about the major SEs moving towards the Froogle way...ya know... things becoming so controlled that all the guess work and skill is eliminated. "
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Sept 12, 2003|
|1938:|| The Future of SEO in a Big Brand, Google-Only World|
"...what once seemed like a limitless world to me for marketing my ideas now seems like the most narrow..."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Nov 5, 2010|
|1939:|| The Future of Ecommerce, If You're Not Amazon Or Google|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the future of Ecommerce for a smaller business in an environment lead by giants such as Amazon.
|Ecommerce||Dec 13, 2011|
|1940:|| The Future For AdSense|
"The program will have so many publishers that the few good paying contextual targeted ads will be insignificant and the bulk of your revenue will be from third party certified junk networks."
|Google AdSense||May 1, 2010|
|1941:|| The Five P's of Effective Web Development|
Purpose, People, Personality, Presentation and Performance - five factors that can move a web developer toward a coherent final product.
|New To Web Development||Feb 3, 2006|
|1942:|| The Financial Potential of The Web|
A nice thinker thread: $20,000 a month for 20 years is $4.8 million.
|Google AdSense||July 16, 2005|
|1943:|| The Fallacy of AdSense Failing: It's Not Really That Bad!|
People are constantly saying AdSense is failing, going down the toilet, and of course everyone claims absolutely everyone is having these problems. The only thing is "everyone" is just the limited finite group of usual complainers constantly complaining which assumes the AdSense universe is only comprised of all of their complaining peers.[br][br]Have you ever wondered about the thousands or most likely millions of AdSense publishers out there that you never, ever, hear complain about AdSense?
|Google AdSense||Feb 11, 2011|
|1944:|| The Facebook Juggernaut Keeps on Rolling - Passing Google and Yahoo in Search|
"When combined, common search terms -- e.g., facebook and facebook.com -- for Facebook accounted for 3.48% of all searches in the U.S. among the top 50 terms, which represents a 207% increase versus 2009,"
|Facebook Marketing||Dec 30, 2010|
|1945:|| The Exponential Growth of WebmasterWorld in 2002|
Traffic has doubled three times already in 2002 and expect it to double again before the end of the year. The biggest names in the industry read and write here. The future is bright, but full of technical and managerial challenges.
|WebmasterWorld Community Center||Aug 27, 2002|
|1946:|| The Euro, 8 Months After Introduction|
A recap and open call to discuss how the Euro is working out for you.
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Aug 28, 2002|
|1947:|| The End of an Era: SearchEngineWatch Launches Redesigned Site|
The long time standard bearer for low key high impact quality content site designs that work, has just put it's first ever redesign online.
|General Search Engine Marketing Issues||Apr 9, 2003|
|1948:|| The Elements of a Perfect Home Page||Content, Writing and Copyright||Dec 12, 2009|
|1949:|| The Effects of Page Load Time On SEO For Google|
"WebmasterWorld Members evaulate the effect of page load time on SEO for Google."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 20, 2011|
|1950:|| The Effectiveness of Google Base and its "Shopping Results"||Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 19, 2008|
|1951:|| The Effect of Changing Site Often|
"Changing site content on a regular basis will have an impact on search ranking, however, how often is too often?"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 19, 2008|
|1952:|| The Downside to Using Noindex|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the downsides of switching to using noindex.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 23, 2011|
|1953:|| The Directory is Dead! Long live the Directory Model (By a New Name)|
"People poo-poo the directory model but I swear, every time someone delcares that the directory model is dead it gets reinvented . . with a new skin . . and the same guts."
|Directories||Mar 22, 2008|
|1954:|| The Desktop Search Land Rush: Deskbars!|
"The players: Microsoft, Overture, Groxis, WhenU, Dave's Quick Search Deskbar, Earthlink, and other unnamed ISPs."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Feb 3, 2004|
|1955:|| The Decreasing Value of PageRank as an Optimization Metric|
Last year, PageRank was the end-all-be-all of optimization and promotion metrics.
|Google News Archive||Mar 14, 2003|
|1956:|| The Decreasing Real Estate of Content|
"But lately I'm finding that actual content is so crowded out it's a fraction of a site's real estate. Just today I was on a site, in frames, surrounded by affiliate ads, adSense, buy now's, and all sorts of other gizmos, with the actual content reduced to a meager 4" X 6" space scrolling in a frameset."
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Nov 15, 2007|
|1957:|| The Dark Side of Exchanging Links|
Some of the tricks Webmasters sometimes use to get around linking back to you.
|Link Development||Dec 14, 2004|
|1958:|| The Cynic's FAQ: October 2008||New To Web Development||Oct 31, 2008|
|1959:|| The Correct or Standard Way to Write CSS||CSS||June 13, 2009|
|1960:|| The Correct Order For Efficient htaccess|
"Confused as to the proper order to list items in an htaccess file? Try this to help clarify."
|Apache Web Server||Aug 14, 2010|