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|961:|| Why Should I Develop A Mobile Website|
With browsers becoming ever more powerful, why develop a web site for mobile users?
|Mobile Web Site Design and Development||July 26, 2013|
|962:|| Why SEO Fanatics are BAD for Business|
Web publishers discuss the shortcomings of focusing on SEO and the benefits of focusing on site visitors by providing great user experiences through good content and design.
|Google AdSense||Sept 6, 2013|
|963:|| Why People Don't Use Twitter|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss why some people don't use Twitter. Is it that they just don't 'get it.'
|Oct 17, 2012|
|964:|| Why No New & Improved Competitor to DMOZ||Directories||July 23, 2007|
|965:|| Why Mac?|
What's the different between Mac & PC?
|Apple Software and Technology||June 6, 2002|
|966:|| Why Loyal Customers Write Bad Reviews|
According to a recent survey, contrary to common perception, the sources of the fake reviews came from actual customers, not from competitors.
|Ecommerce||July 29, 2013|
|967:|| Why Link Building Is So Much Tougher Now|
"When people understand that links are worth something, they start to see link request emails as spam."
|Link Building Forum||Sept 20, 2007|
|968:|| Why Is Firefox Stilll Way Behind IE?|
"When I was checking analytics I noticed that FF was still only 15 % compared to IE at 80 %. I expected FF to be a lot more popular by now."
|Firefox Browser Usage and Support||Sept 8, 2007|
|969:|| Why I Abandon Your Shopping Cart|
"There is no need to prioritize this list, any one of the items listed below will make me abandon the checkout process and go elsewhere."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 29, 2006|
|970:|| Why Haven't Sites Recovered from Panda? Google Tries to Explain |
In an exchange with Danny Sullivan during the keynote at SMX Advanced conference, Matt Cutts made some comments that address the topic of why sites haven't recovered, even if they don't exactly "explain" the reason:[br][br]DS: Has it changed enough that some people have recovered? Or is it too soon? [br][br]MC: The general rule is to push stuff out and then find additional signals to help differentiate on the spectrum. We haven't done any pushes that would directly pull things back. We have recomputed data that might have impacted some sites. There's one change that might affect sites and pull things back. [br][br]DS: You guys made this post with 22 questions, but it sounds like you're saying even if you've done that, it wouldn't have helped yet? [br][br]MC: It could help as we recompute data. Matt goes on to say that Panda 2.2 has been approved but hasn't rolled out yet.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||June 9, 2011|
|971:|| Why Groupon Said "No" to Google's $5 Billion Overture|
"Confirming lots of speculation, a source close to Groupon board members tells us that anti-trust concerns ultimately forced Groupon to turn down Google's $6 billion offer. This source says the view on Groupon's board was that a Google-Groupon merger would draw more regulatory scrutiny than any other deal Google has ever done."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Dec 9, 2010|
|972:|| Why Google Might "Ignore" a robots.txt Disallow Rule|
"What appears to happen is that as soon as you add a User-agent: Googlebot section, then Google starts indexing all the URLs that are not mentioned in that section, even if they are mentioned in the User-agent: * section."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 13, 2006|
|973:|| Why Google AdSense Will Not Implement a Whitelist|
"It seems like barely a week goes by that the subject of a whitelist doesn't come up in one thread or another. Google MUST know by now that it is a feature that is very much desired by a certain category of publishers."
|Google AdSense||Jan 11, 2007|
|974:|| Why Don't Shopping Carts Have Usability Built In ?|
"Why is it that none of the people/groups/companies who have built shopping carts have designed for usability? If a feature is missing, you can add it. However, if the usability is bad, it's not ... usable."
|Ecommerce||Sept 21, 2009|
|975:|| Why Does The Site Command Show Different Numbers To A Sitemap Report||Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 7, 2009|
|976:|| Why Does Google Treat "www" & "no-www" As Different?|
This apparently basic question launches an in-depth discussion - sharing important web and server information that many webmasters may fail to consider.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Sept 25, 2006|
|977:|| Why Does Ask (jeeves) Not Run a PPC Campaign|
"Overture shows 669,855 searches for "search engine" and Ask doesn't even show up in the top-30 organic results on G."
|Ask - Teoma||May 18, 2006|
|978:|| Why Do People Click AdSense or Any Contextual Text Ad||Google AdSense||Feb 14, 2006|
|979:|| Why Didn't They Pick Me to Speak at Conferences|
"You would think that since there are so many conferences that there would be enough slots for everyone."
|Technology Exhibitions and Conferences||Aug 9, 2008|
|980:|| Why Can't We Sell Links, It is Just Another Form of Advertising||Link Building Forum||Aug 29, 2007|
|981:|| Why Are There "Canonical Disasters" - Is Google Messing Up?|
"I don't get it. This tag was introduced a year and a half ago and it should be relatively straightforward..."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 21, 2010|
|982:|| Why Affiliates Refuse to Make Any Money|
"Obviously there is no shortage of advice on the web about how to successfully make money as an affiliate. Some of it is very good, some not so good. Here is one man's opinion on why so many people fail to make decent money with affiliate programs."
|Affiliates||Sept 17, 2008|
|983:|| Why AdSense is Alive and Well|
Feel the change.
|Google AdSense||July 2, 2016|
|984:|| Why A Google AdSense Earnings Drop is a Good Thing||Google AdSense||Apr 10, 2009|
|985:|| Why 'Variables' in CSS Are Harmful|
"Adding any form of macros or additional scopes and indirections, including symbolic constants, is not just redundant, but changes CSS in ways that make it unsuitable for its intended audience."
|CSS||Oct 10, 2008|
|986:|| Whois May Be Scrapped to Break Deadlock|
"Nonetheless, some privacy advocates are proposing scrapping the system entirely because they can't agree with the people who use the system on how to give domain name owners more options when they register, individuals shouldn't have to reveal personal information simply to have a Web site."
|Domain Names||Oct 30, 2007|
|987:|| Who's ready for Black Friday?||Foo||Nov 26, 2003|
|988:|| Who owns a web page design?|
"If someone hires you to design their site, and you bring to it your unique graphic/coding skills, do you own rights to the interface/layout design?"
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||June 3, 2002|
|989:|| Who is Espotting feeding|
The Espotting.co.uk dance card.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||July 10, 2002|
|990:|| Who Needs Ecommerce With An All AdSense Christmas|
I just wanted to say thanks to all of the veteran webmasters here. I've read practically every post that's been written in the last couple of years, and have implemented a great deal of your advice. The result: My income has climbed steadily over the last several months.
|Google AdSense||Nov 30, 2005|
|991:|| White Hat Link Building|
"With all the fuss Google is making these days about how websites are gaining links, I thought I would collect all the "proper" ways to build links that will not risk harming your site." (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||July 31, 2007|
|992:|| White Backgrounds Everywhere|
Love 'em or hate 'em white backgrounds rule the day.
|HTML||Feb 3, 2003|
|993:|| Which web Site Stats Package is right for you?|
We asked webmasterworld members to list the key points of the most common web site stats packages, so that you can at least look at the ones that suit your needs and save a bundle of time.
The thread does not try to rank or recommend, but does give a good comparison of functionality and price ranges.
|Website Analytics - Tracking and Logging||Aug 28, 2005|
|994:|| Which is The Best Approach for a Site to Cover a Big Subject?|
"As ever, you see different views on this all the time. I've seen web businesses come back from oblivion (Florida) as a result of breaking down their sites and opting for niching. But, on the other hand, large "authority" sites also do well in the serps."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||July 14, 2004|
|995:|| Which forum software do you run and why?|
Discussion of pros and cons of various software packages.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Dec 27, 2005|
|996:|| Which browsers should I use to test my pages?|
"Which browsers should I use to test my Web pages?"
|HTML||Mar 13, 2006|
|997:|| Which are the leading search engines in Europe?|
An update to the leading portals & search engines in Europe.
|Deprecated - European Search Engines||July 5, 2005|
|998:|| Which Stats Package is right for you?|
An overview of the entire field of tracking and logging analysis packages -- what types of website statistics products are out there, and who does each one serve best.
|Website Analytics - Tracking and Logging||Aug 30, 2005|
|999:|| Whew! Court Rules in Favor of Bloggers, Forums, and Email Lists|
Bloggers, Email Lists, and Forums Less Likely to be Sued
|Webmaster General||June 30, 2003|
|1000:|| Where to now for Google?|
"...What should it do to ensure it retains its current position? What should it do to move forward from here? "
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