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1401: new post   The Market Age claims copyright on "Gmail"
Google in trademark fight for Gmail.
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 8, 2004
1402: new post   28 Privacy and Civil Liberties Organizations Petition Google To Rethink Gmail
Gmail under seige from privacy advocates, while others wonder if Google is breaking it's own "do no evil" mantra?
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 8, 2004
1403: new post   Bubble Burst 2? Ecommerce Sites Feel the White Hot Sting of Local Search
There is a growing belief among many ecommerce sites that local search is a significant threat to e-commerce. The local search process is turning net ecomm buyers into local bricks-n-mortar buyers. This in turn is hurting many pure-net-play e-commerce sites negatively.
Google News ArchiveApr 9, 2004
1404: new post   AdSense Tracking Script
Members develop a tracking script.
Google AdSenseApr 9, 2004
1405: new post   To Go Mac or Not?
Webmasters ask if it is true that once you go mac you will never go back?
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 10, 2004
1406: new post   New Optimization SubCulture of Gmail Starting To Develop
Even before Googles controversial Gmail free email system starts up, rumors run rampant of Optimization firms hiring keyword optimizers to milk the Gmail system and target competitors ads.
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 10, 2004
1407: new post   100 Factors in the Google Search Rankings
Resident optimization expert Calum I. Mac Leod lists up to 100 of the on-the-page and off-the-page factors that go into the Google search algo. Most of this is also applicable to other engines such as Yahoo and Ask Jeeves/Teoma (note: This is one of the best messages I have seen on webmasterworld in its history).
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 10, 2004
1408: new post   Gmail Testers get Email Auto-Bounced
"Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, due to potential privacy and confidentiallity considerations, we are not accepting inbound email from Google's Gmail service. "
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 10, 2004
1409: new post   Memo on the Death of Random Link Surfing
Originally, the whole point of Yahoo was to provide a high tide for link surfers. Seems like the art of directing visitors to cool sites has been lost.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 12, 2004
1410: new post   Google Abandons Accessiblity : Gmail Only Supports Microsoft IE 5.5+
Once known far-n-wide for its tech roots, Google abandons universal accessibility and requires leading Microsoft browsers. A few have reported newer mozillas may work also, but new phones, pdas, and advanced browsers such as Opera are out.
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 12, 2004
1411: new post   Benign Trojan Horse Attacks Mac OS X
Although it is harmless, the trojan has spread fear and trepidation throughout the Mac user community and press.
Apple Software and TechnologyApr 12, 2004
1412: new post   IE Based Attacks and Phishing Increasing
"...the biggest percentage jump of any of the 15 threat categories posed to the nearly 900 IT professionals polled."
Webmaster GeneralApr 12, 2004
1413: new post   XP Has No Legs - 80% of Corporations Reject Microsoft XP
"...a study in December found that 80 percent of companies still have some machines running Windows 95 or Windows 98...39 percent of desktops were running either Windows 95 or Windows 98."
Webmaster GeneralApr 13, 2004
1414: new post   California Lawmakers Move to Block Googles Gmail
California senator draft legislation to block Googles Gmail service.
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 13, 2004
1415: new post   Information Architecture for the Small Site
Information Architecture is an extremely under valued tool. A well crafted IA makes a huge difference in the success of even a small website, and any webmaster can work the magic by knowing just a few basics.
HTMLApr 13, 2004
1416: new post   Google Under Siege - Whew - Teflon Gone - It is Open Season?
Once the media darling, Google finds itself under heavy sustained verbal fire. Lawsuits, proposed legislation, a shelved IPO, stiff competition, and a deluge of negative press storys has clearly left a silient Google shell shocked. From all outward signs, the plex is digging in trying to weather the storm.
Google News ArchiveApr 14, 2004
1417: new post   Google Major Advertising Policy Shift on Trademarks
Google has announced a TM policy shift that will basically allow competitors to bid on each other's trademarked terms with abandon.
Google Ads (Was AdWords)Apr 14, 2004
1418: new post   Korean PPC Player Zingu drops Wisenut for OpenBase
"... switching their backfill partner from Wisenut Korea to Openbase, an prominent local search solutions company..."
Asia and Pacific RegionApr 14, 2004
1419: new post   AdSense Publishers Notice Record Low Earnings Since First of April
AdSense program members have been bristling since the first of April about poor AdSense performance. In the last 24hrs, it appears Google has either made some program changes, or simply updated the way they calculate stats.
Google AdSenseApr 14, 2004
1420: new post   Google Considers Gmail Changes on Heels of Net Outcry
In the last week there has been a sustained deluge of criticism over Googles new Gmail system. At issue is the proposed electronic reading of third party email (those that do not subscribe to the service or agree with terms of service).
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 14, 2004
1421: new post   Amazon's New Search Enters Beta
A little new functionality on top of Google results.
Alternative Search EnginesApr 15, 2004
1422: new post   Overture vs Adwords Conversion
There are major brewing differences between conversion rates for AdWords and Overture's PPC programs.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 17, 2004
1423: new post   Unicode Support
Useful links and descriptions about PHP and UTF-8 encoded strings
PHP Server Side ScriptingApr 18, 2004
1424: new post   Google Approaches the Theoretical April 30 Deadline for Public Disclosure
"Privately held Google appears to have triggered a provision of the 1934 Securities and Exchange Act that requires it to disclose closely guarded financial details by the end of the month."
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 19, 2004
1425: new post   Google Ever Flux Just Plain ... well ... ahem - Yes, Yes - it Sucks!
If you see your Google SERPs jumble all over the place - you are not alone.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 19, 2004
1426: new post   New Sites Crawled But not Listed in Google
Large indepth discussion thread on the phenomenon. It is clear this is not an isolated incident.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 20, 2004
1427: new post   Moving to a Dedicated Server and Commercial Control Panel
"... the idea would be to move to a dedicated server, and have a commercially available Control Panel installed."
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 20, 2004
1428: new post   Jeeves Search Growing Fast
"Ask Jeeves reported a more than 50 percent increase in profits in the first quarter on the strength of its paid search listings partnership with Google."
Ask - TeomaApr 21, 2004
1429: new post   Will We Ever See Another Old Time Update Again?
Webmasters are getting that old time feeling that an update is due. Many are having a hard soul searching time trying to come to grips with the idea that Google may never have an old fashioned update (ok: dance) again.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 22, 2004
1430: new post   Google PageRank and Backlinks Updated
Looking more like pr and backlinks were updated last night. Still trying to determine if the pr/link data goes with this update or the last one.
Google News ArchiveApr 22, 2004
1431: new post   Competitors Bidding on Keyword Products They Do Not Sell
The old PPC cat-n-mouse "catch me if you can" game continues.
Google Ads (Was AdWords)Apr 22, 2004
1432: new post   Google Opens R&D Lab in Japan
"The location will be charged with developing search engine software that is easier for the Japanese to use"
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 22, 2004
1433: new post   WSJ Says Google to Announce IPO Within a Few Days
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 23, 2004
1434: new post   Many Minor Google Rankings Systems Changes - Do They Add Up to Something Florida Like Big?
Beyond the IPO, there are big signs that changes have been underfoot in the algo recently. Some webmasters feel it is prep work for another Florida size update.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 25, 2004
1435: new post   Google Indexing and Listing WML Files
WML was never as big as the prehype that accomponied it, but it is nice to see the support in the Google index.
Google News ArchiveApr 26, 2004
1436: new post   Google Founder Embarassed by Lack of Gmail Safari Browser Support
Brin noted that he was "embarrassed" that Gmail's beta doesn't support Safari, but said that they will add Safari support before its public release. "We're going to make it work with Safari and that's one of the high priority things," Brin told MacCentral. "Iíve heard that you can sort of get it to work if you're desperate. I want to fix that, and I want to make it work really well."
Google Gmail AdvertisingApr 27, 2004
1437: new post   Google IPO to Be Unique
"The Chronicle and other newspapers have suggested in the past that Google would allocate some of its shares to small investors through an auction model pioneered by the San Francisco investment bank W.R. Hambrecht & Co."
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 27, 2004
1438: new post   SEO Class Instruction Syllabus
" The skills required to do SEO are not found only in the CompSci classes."
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 28, 2004
1439: new post   Lycos Being Shopped
Terra is reportedly asking a cool $200 million for Lycos.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 28, 2004
1440: new post   SEO vs. Usability
How to run dueling page tests without sacrificing your rankings?
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 28, 2004
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