Welcome to WebmasterWorld Guest from 184.108.40.206
Forum Moderators: open
-q's about Google operation. (not gg himself)
-one question only please.
-no noise or clarifying questions.
-no specifics about your site please.
-off topic stuff will be zapped (nffc is on duty!).
-Keep it short. Don't drone on for more than 2 sentences.
After being dead for almost two years, Google suddenly shows hundreds of listbot.com mailing lists with extremely high ranking in the SERPS.
Does this mean that Microsoft has agreed to sell the long-closed-down Listbot service to Google? This would put them competing head to head with both Microsoft and Yahoo.
For example, a daily check of allinurl:mydomain.com for a webmaster's domain, frequent backlink searches for various sites, etc. As I see it, 99.9% of users are unfamiliar with these commands, so those interested in SEO should be easy to identify through their searches and subsequently monitor through the Google Toolbar.
Is google considering using google.com as the feeder site for all ccTLDS. A well known employment agency uses this model extremely well.
Lists the various country destinations for the surfers choosing.
Brings about awarness of googles other destinations.. with more specific regional search results to millions on a daily basis.
Is there a particular penalty associated with www vs. non-www domains, and how would you suggest that a site direct Google to correctly rank the domain during Google's algorithm updates (with .htaccess redirects or some other, more involved method)?
I can use * asterisk on Yahoo News search or Altavista for any letter in a word. Why not on Google?
Answer: Because Google, as more global SE, already uses * asterisk for more global purpose - to replace any word in a sentence (query).
Ok, well... I've just answered a question addressed to GoogleGuy... It wasn't easy... now, may I ask two my questions instead of only one allowed?