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1081: new post   To do Articles or Blog Entries
"...what we would consider "articles" or essays would be best written up in article format and put into an /articles/ or /features/ subdirectory, or put on the site in the format of blog entries and as part of a blog section on the site?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 18, 2005
1082: new post   Give Your Visitor Options -Holding Their Attention Span
" If links are the windows to your other articles then your articles should be built like greenhouses."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 30, 2005
1083: new post   Yahoo SERPs about to change?
Yahoo issues its Second Weather Report, forecasting the Launch of a New Search Index.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 20, 2005
1084: new post   File structure causing concern
"I launched a new site last year which broke out of the sandbox after 18 months and has held well in the serps for 4 months now. <br>With all this talk of sites disappearing into the depths of G's serps supposedly due to duplicate content, htaccess issues etc I am trying to put things into place to help Google get over these kind of issues and not bump my site off the chart. So I post this thread with the hope of getting some pointers."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 15, 2005
1085: new post   Tips for Building a Successful Content Site
"Over these two years I have earned thousands of dollars from WebmasterWorld articles like Brett's 26 steps. Now that I am in a position to give something back I feel drawn to do so."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 7, 2005
1086: new post   Guide to Beating the Sandbox
"... a thread with "best practices" for those of us who want to advoid the sandbox."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 6, 2005
1087: new post   Six Months to the UPS Club
"...how long have you been running Adsense? And you're not in the UPS club yet? Why not?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 5, 2005
1088: new post   Google Sitemaps (BETA)
"Google collaborative crawling system that allows submission of sitemaps"
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 3, 2005
1089: new post   Blogs, Moderation and The Current WebmasterWorld Zero Tolerance Linkage Policy
The "blog as propaganda and sales-n-promotion" phenomena is growing and only going to get worse. The issue at hand is our policy on not allowing links to blogs. The main focal point is that of trust and accuracy. While blogs can provide incredible vehicles to staying informed, they also pose a risk of misinforming us.
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 24, 2005
1090: new post   Google Indexing Redirect Problems Continue
We had high hopes that the issue was resolved, but not only is it not resolved, Google itself is a victim of a redirect via scrapped content: "... it definitely should serve as a wake up call for Google and hopefully this will find a remedy for the situation once and for all. If someone can highjack a PR 9 page of Google's own site, with a lousy PR 5 domain, it means any page, from any site, can be highjacked."
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 24, 2005
1091: new post   Criteria for Google's Country-Specific Indices
"What ARE the criteria that Google uses to decide whether a site gets listed in the country-specific indexes?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 21, 2005
1092: new post   On The Trail of The Supposed Google Sandbox
BigFoot, Bill Gates Gives Away 1,000,000 dollars to test a new email system, and the Google SandBox?
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 16, 2005
1093: new post   How to Feed a Site with Hundreds of Articles
In a fascinating thread on content, members share their hard fought experiences in publishing content. The main thrust of the discussion is on the rate of publication of large numbers of pages.
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 4, 2005
1094: new post   How to Get Through the Door of a Big Fat Client
" You have a superb new SEO service which you reckon will work for the biggest and the best of companies in promoting themselves online."
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 28, 2005
1095: new post   New Google Trademark TrustRank
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 27, 2005
1096: new post   Doubleclick sold for $1.1 billion
"Internet advertising technology specialist DoubleClick has become the latest high-tech company to fall into the arms of private equity investors."
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 25, 2005
1097: new post   Increasing your Newsletter Open Rate
Reaching out through the storm of spam is difficult, but well worth it. This thread is indepth from the trenches with techniques and tactics to increase your open and response rate.
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 18, 2005
1098: new post   Land Grab to Commercialize FireFox
"IBM was recently spotted searching for Firefox programmers to help Firefox interface with it's own commercial products. Are we ready for Firefox the Web Portal?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 15, 2005
1099: new post   Flash In The Pan - Or Flash and The Money?
"I saw some websites from an award winning designer, frequent user of flash media. Of course, he has a team of pros in his design studio. They're artists to the max. Out of my league. Is this the wave of the future?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersApr 13, 2005
1100: new post   Court Case Could Rewrite Copyright Rules
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Grokster: "The Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday and will issue a decision before July. How the justices rule could redefine how consumers can watch television shows and films and listen to songs that increasingly are delivered in digital formats. "
WebmasterWorld SupportersMar 29, 2005
1101: new post   WebTrends sold to private equity group
"...NetIQ Corp. (NTIQ.O: Quote, Profile, Research) said on Monday it inked a deal to sell WebTrends, its Web analytics business, to Francisco Partners for about $94 million in cash."
WebmasterWorld SupportersMar 29, 2005
1102: new post   Seeing Two Sets of Google Results
(subscription required): Members are seeing two distinct sets of Google results. Possibly a prelude to an update.
WebmasterWorld SupportersMar 22, 2005
1103: new post   302 Redirect Hack Fastly Becoming Most Infamous SE Listings Hack Ever
This subject just will not die until the search engines address it. "Google and Yahoo are now working to perfect ways to determine when to treat a 302 like a Moved-Temporarily redirect, and when to treat it like an exit-tracker. It's far from a simple problem, so it's going to take some time."
WebmasterWorld SupportersMar 11, 2005
1104: new post   Mainstream Media Still Confused About Search Engine Marketing
"So whether they like it or not, those involved in SEO are really a new breed of PR people."
WebmasterWorld SupportersMar 11, 2005
1105: new post   Getting Blog Traffic Without the Search Engines
An indepth tutorial by noted Affiliate player on how to get better blog traffic without the search engines.
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 28, 2005
1106: new post   Google Data Center Experiments
This mega thread focuses on one core issue: "There seems to be some confusion (myself included) over whether some DCs are being used to return results to the user (public) or simply as a juggling vehicle for algo changes."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 28, 2005
1107: new post   Big Euro Net Firms Form Alliance on Adult Content
"Apart from protecting minors, the Self-Control-Alliance will foster customer rights like transparency of how links come into the index, privacy rights and the seperation of content and advertising."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 25, 2005
1108: new post   Google, NYT, Yahoo to bid on About.com
"... reporting that Google, Yahoo, AskJeeves, AOL, and The New York Times Company are bidding today for the purchase of About.com from Primedia. Asking price is said to be $350 to $500 million."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 8, 2005
1109: new post   Update Allegra - Couple of Observations
"Back in September, the site tanked. Traffic fell off by over 600%. As of yesterday, all of that traffic and then some has been restored."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 8, 2005
1110: new post   Google Maps Beta on Labs
"Type an address to get a pretty map--then click and drag the map around."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 8, 2005
1111: new post   We're Out of the Google Sandbox!
Allegra releases tens of thouands of sites to run free again.
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 8, 2005
1112: new post   The Absurdity of the Google Sandbox
"... is that our new site is a Google News source and is a provider of editorial reviews on Froogle. That means at least two human editors (and I know the product manager at Google) specifically thought our site was good enough to be included in the top 4,500 news sources, and a handful of maybe 10 editorial review providers in our category on Froogle."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 3, 2005
1113: new post   Pushing the Limits for Top Rankings
"What factors will make you decide that a certain activity or technique is not for you, even if it might be (or seem to be) effective for some of your purposes in the short term?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 20, 2005
1114: new post   Site traffic Dropped Checklist
Where to start when your traffic nose dives.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 13, 2005
1115: new post   Answer All Requests from your Website
"...confess to having deleted some of these without responding. What are the feelings on this? Must I answer them all even when I am offering the material at no charge?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 13, 2005
1116: new post   The Raging "SE vs Affiliate" Cold War
In the escalating struggle between Engine and Optimizer it is all about tactics, not methods.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 13, 2005
1117: new post   SERP Locations #10 versus #11
Some believe strongly that both ROI and click-through increase for position #11.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 6, 2005
1118: new post   How Widespread is Click Fraud?
" ...it's well-organized, profitable, and one step ahead of the search engines. People that want to run a click campaign against their competitors purchase " blocks " of clicks. 500 -1000 clicks at a time. The click lists are distributed through P2P networks. "
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 5, 2004
1119: new post   What is the Way Forward for Webmasters and Search Engines?
While reporters have been quick to anoint Google, Yahoo, and MSN Search the new NBC, ABC, and CBS networks of the web, many believe that the search engine model has peaked or is near the peak of it's cycle. Webmasters are well aware that the web is transitory: first it was banners through Double Click, then affiliate programs such as Commision Junction, and now AdSense. Biz models come and models go - does that include the search engine model too?
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 4, 2004
1120: new post   I Built a Website Without a Monetization Plan
I haven't had fun with a website for a long time. So I set one up on the side to goof off with. Totally off the wall. No thought toward monetization.
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 4, 2004
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