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|1841:|| Does PageRank Still Affect Your Google Ranking?|
Much has been said and written about PageRank being devalued since "florida", but most still agree, it is the prime ingredient in the Google search algo.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 18, 2005|
|1842:|| Does SEO Really Work?|
Kids and newbies ask the best questions: "A business associate has told me that SEO is "worthless" and couldn't possibly do any good. In addition, he mentioned that "Search Engine Optimization" is just a buzzword used to get unsuspecting business owners to shell out cash for no reason."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Aug 3, 2003|
|1843:|| Does Style Even Matter : The Truth About Click Based Advertising|
"... if you make a page that attracts readers via good search engine placement, but which has poor content or is difficult to read, the readers have an incentive to "go elsewhere" to try to find the information. And that may well be by clicking an ad."
|Google AdSense||Aug 16, 2004|
|1844:|| Does WordPress scale?|
"I intend to use WP for a project that, over time, will likely encompass 1000s of articles. Since I'm about to get started I realized it may be a good time to ask if anyone has experienced "the limits" of WordPress."
|Content Management||Mar 21, 2008|
|1845:|| Does a Small Business Need a Logo?|
"Several times in various user tests we've found that logos lend credibility to companies - even when consumers haven't heard of those companies before."
|Site Graphics and Multimedia Design||Sept 24, 2003|
|1846:|| Does the "sandbox" Only Affect Phrases Containing Popular Words?|
"So without getting into specifics, what is the view on sandbox applying to phrases that have no words with less than 80 million results?"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 16, 2005|
|1847:|| Does the Proprietary iPhone Hardware Mean the Competitors Have an Opportunity?|
"Apple is doing what they did with desktops back in the 80's. They made a closed system again. Android is going do to the Iphone what Windows did to IBM. I don't get why they can't learn from their mistakes. Money has never been in hardware it is all about software.
|Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies||Dec 27, 2009|
|1848:|| Does your HTTPS site need a unique IP address?|
With Google's ever increasing push toward HTTPS, including the recent news about the Chrome browser displaying "unsecure" for non-HTTPS sites in January 2017, will you need a unique IP address when installing your cert?
|Webmaster General||Sept 16, 2016|
|1849:|| DogPile Changes Name to WebFetch||Alternative Search Engines||Sept 15, 2004|
|1850:|| Doing the Deed - Dealing with Web Hosting Companies|
There is a never ending river of horror stories that flow from webmasters based upon their dealings with incompetent or over zealous web hosting support staff.
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Dec 25, 2002|
|1851:|| Domain Age one of the Biggest Factors|
"Most of us know that the age of a domain is one of the single most important criteria..."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 18, 2007|
|1852:|| Domain Appraisal Services: Are Automated Appraisals Worth The Cost At Any Price?|
"What I want to know is from reading this forum, many are saying that the automated appraisals are not any good and are apparently not accurate?"
|Domain Names||Aug 17, 2006|
|1853:|| Domain Auction - cameras.com sells for $1,500,000|
Moniker is hosting what is billed as the world's first live domain auction. Domain #14 of a total 312 being auctioned just sold for $1,500,000 - cameras.com
|Domain Names||Oct 27, 2006|
|1854:|| Domain Auctions, The Economy and The Web - Are We There Yet?|
"Interesting domains at upcomming auction but are there buyers or bargains."
|Domain Names||Aug 19, 2010|
|1855:|| Domain Name Change and Google in Real Life|
Moving a website down the street, around the world or just changing addresses is as complicated as ever. This indepth thread looks at the reality of a website move and rebranding effort.[br][br]"It appears that approximately a week after the change the clients search positions are suffering. Olddomain.com doesn't seem to be present for keyphrases where they were consistently at No.1 spot. Newdomain.com isn't being picked up in it's own right either."[br][br](-subscription required)
|Google SEO||Apr 19, 2011|
|1856:|| Domain Name Infringement - Is CityTradeMark.com a Violation?|
" I read a press release announcing that a popular hotel chain was going to be opening a new hotel in my city. I went ahead and purchased a domain name like cityhotelname.com and started developing a content site about the hotel."
|Domain Names||Oct 23, 2006|
|1857:|| Domain Name Leasing|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss leased or lease-purchased a domains.
|Domain Names||Jan 31, 2017|
|1858:|| Domain Name Pirating Is Not Illegal Google AdWords PPC|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the issue of domain name pirating on Google AdWords.
|Google AdWords||Aug 10, 2011|
|1859:|| Domain Name Replaced in SERPs With Alias Domain Name|
For one of my websites I have 3-4 additional domains which are 301 redirected to domain.com (they've always been 301 redirected). These alias domains are not just domain.net but also synonymA.com, synonymB.com.[br][br]Turns out that if I do a Google search for "synonymA.com" the main website will show up, but instead of domain.com in the URL field Google shows me synonymA.com instead!
|Google SEO News and Discussion||June 20, 2011|
|1860:|| Domain Name Speculators and the Domain Name Aftermarket|
Most webmasters have all run in to the wall trying to buy a domain that was held by a speculator.
|Domain Names||May 5, 2006|
|1861:|| Domain Name With No EU Trademark Should be Stripped From U.S. Entity|
An American eyewear company cannot take a dot-eu Internet address since its trademark is not established in the European Union, a high court adviser said Thursday.
|Domain Names||May 7, 2012|
|1862:|| Domain Names: Is it "e" or "i" Prefix|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the use of "i" or "e" to prefix a domain name. Is the "i" prefix now completely sewn up by Apple?
|Domain Names||Sept 28, 2007|
|1863:|| Domain Ownership Controversy After Verbal Agreement|
"What can go wrong when domain name ownership or control isn't clearly settled in advance."
|Domain Names||Apr 25, 2009|
|1864:|| Domain Park|
Google encourages parked domain owners to fill em up with AdSense ads.
|Google AdSense||Dec 17, 2003|
|1865:|| Domain Registrar GoDaddy in Fight Over 2006 Super Bowl Football Ad|
"We have been busy working to get an ad approved by the censors at ABC and really have not had any luck."
|Domain Names||Dec 27, 2005|
|1866:|| Domain Registration Scams Continue To Surface|
"...they claimed that a holding company as applied to them to register similar domain names to mine..."
|Domain Names||Mar 29, 2009|
|1867:|| Domain Registrations Estimated at 183 Million, Up 12pct||Domain Names||June 5, 2009|
|1868:|| Domain Type In Traffic And Identifying What They Want|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss ideas how to identify type-in traffic to an acquired domain." (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Oct 17, 2007|
|1869:|| Domain Typo-Squatter Fraudster Pleads Guilty: Faces 20 Years In Jail|
"A man in Nevada is facing a possible 20 years in jail after trying to defraud people out of their domain names. David Scali pleaded guilty in court to a charge of mail fraud after being caught out in the scam."
|Domain Names||Sept 11, 2007|
|1870:|| Domainers Making Millions off AdSense|
"These guys get hundreds of thousands of domain names that are essentially just words or phrases that people commonly search for just by typing them into the url bar on the browser."
|Google AdSense||Feb 10, 2006|
|1871:|| Domains Count For Europe|
Approximate count of domains in Europe.
|Deprecated - European Search Engines||Dec 31, 2002|
|1872:|| Domains for Your Children|
"...folks begin to grapple and come to grips with the multi-layered issue of identity in the WWW age."
|Domain Names||Sept 8, 2007|
|1873:|| Domains: "Kiting" Still Popular|
"Entrepreneurs have been taking advantage of a five-day grace period to sample millions of domain names, keeping the relative few that might generate advertising revenues and dropping the rest before paying. It's akin to buying new clothes on a charge card only to return them for a full refund after wearing them to a big party."
|Domain Names||Feb 19, 2007|
|1874:|| Dot Asia Domain Gets The Go Ahead|
"..anyone wanting a .asia domain name will be able to express their interest on www.asiadns.com, following agreement between the EuroDNS registry and DotAsia, the sponsoring organisation behind .asia."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 12, 2006|
|1875:|| Dot Com Turns 30-Years Old, and There's no Sign of its Popularity Declining|
Some may be surprised to know .com is 30.
|Domain Names||Mar 18, 2015|
|1876:|| Dot TK The most Spammed out TLD According to McAfee|
"...the world's most dangerous Web addresses. McAfee says more than 10% of all Web sites registered out of Tokelau, identifiable by the ".tk" at the end of their Web address, will expose users to spam, viruses and spyware."
|Domain Names||Mar 12, 2007|
|1877:|| Dotster Named in Massive Typo- / Cybersquatting Lawsuit|
"The lawsuit, filed Thursday by high-end retailers Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, alleges that Dotster abused its status as a registrar by "checking out" hundreds of domain names that closely resemble the correct ones--and then keeping only the ones that were visited by Web users who couldn't spell very well."
|Domain Names||June 7, 2006|
|1878:|| Double Yer Pages, Double Yer $$? Probly not.|
How much will your earnings grow if you double the size of your website? The suggested answer and explanation why may surprise you!
|Google AdSense||Aug 18, 2006|
|1879:|| DoubleClick Acquires Performics for $65M|
The SEO/SEM industry is in a bit of shock tonight at the news that DoubleClick has paid a staggering $65m for lesser known SEO firm Performics. It is a huge wake up call to just how big this industry has gotten.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||May 18, 2004|
|1880:|| DoubleClick Deal Good Timing For Google|
"That's why the closing of the DoubleClick acquisition arrives at a particularly interesting time for Google, especially since DoubleClick is expected to boost Google's anemic display advertising business and thus allow the company to add some diversification to its revenue stream."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Mar 12, 2008|