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1121: 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. "
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1122: 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
1123: 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
1124: new post   Yahoo Manual Exclusions and Inclusions : aka: BOW Whitelist
" Some Yahoo serps look very much like they have been manually altered. When you scroll over the serp rankings you will notice that the sites on top contain H=1 tags in their url strings. "
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 3, 2004
1125: new post   Getting Past The Sandbox and Filters
" ...There are two algorithms in operation in Google. The money term one and the information / research only one. Sandboxing only applies to the money term algo. "
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1126: new post   Dude, Where's my Backlinks?
" ...recently cancelled a ROS text link ad that provided over 600,000 links, hoping that it would reverse the sagging trend of google SERPs. Good idea right(they gave no traffic) ? "
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1127: new post   Usenet Content Up For Grabs On Content Hungry Web
The age old question of copyright and Usenet comes up again.
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 1, 2004
1128: new post   Running AdSense Results in Trademark Infringement Warning
Ever think that trademarks in AdSense ads shown on your site were strictly the responsiblity of Google and the advertiser? This is one publisher's nightmare scenario.
WebmasterWorld SupportersDec 1, 2004
1129: new post   List of On-Page SEO for Google
" Many people talk about backlinks and anchor text and that it is the most important aspect of SEO for the Google search engine. Don't get me wrong they are important but on-page SEO is still very important. If you do the on page stuff right you will need much less PR and anchor text. "
WebmasterWorld SupportersNov 30, 2004
1130: new post   Buying or Detecting Geo Based Domains and Web Hosting
Now that local search and country based searching is a reality, it is more important than ever to make sure your site is hosted in the same country as the host country for the TLD.
WebmasterWorld SupportersNov 26, 2004
1131: new post   Top 200 MSN popular search results IN ORDER.
It may be in flash, but that never stopped a SEO'er.
WebmasterWorld SupportersNov 25, 2004
1132: new post   Top 200 MSN popular search results IN ORDER.
MSN's new top keyword service is profoundly affecting some seo's strategy.
WebmasterWorld SupportersNov 25, 2004
1133: new post   Thoughts about the Vegas Pubcon
"What is different about this conference from the rest is that this conference is supported by its 'own' community. Many of the members of this community have spend thousands of hours conversing and learning here at WW. This community has shared interests and common goals. This community is unique and this community should be praised, just as the conference should be."
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1134: new post   How to fully utilize PR from a purchased domain name?
Does a domain always pass PR? What to do with new domains that have pre-existing pr?
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1135: new post   Nervous Anticipation : Awaiting a Google Update
Idle banter fills the web as nervous webmasters chew fingernails with sweaty palms awaiting a Google update that is almost 6 months overdue.
WebmasterWorld SupportersOct 1, 2004
1136: new post   Is Search Transitory?
Are search engines the TV Networks of the Web and in this thing for the long haul of a few decades? Or are they transitory web phenoms that will fade like mood rings and pet rocks? "At the emerging technologies conference at M.I.T., a senior Microsoft researcher upset fellow speakers and the crowd by saying that search is soon to go downhill so you better grab the money while it's there."
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 30, 2004
1137: new post   The Text Ad Market
General discussion on the buying and selling of Text Ads and links.
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 30, 2004
1138: new post   Google Manually Adjusting Sites
We were suprised at this long indepth thread on sites being manually removed or adjusted within the index. It was surprising because so many new webmasters said they felt that Google did not do it at all. Some where along the line, wires got crossed and mixed messages were sent. This thread straightens them out in classic WebmasterWorld fashion.
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 23, 2004
1139: new post   Tips For Attaining One Way Inbound Links
A tutorial on techniques for acquiring inbound links. It is the best How-To article on linking on the web today.
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 9, 2004
1140: new post   Big Site SEO : Best way to optimize a monster site
What do I do with a huge site that needs optimizing?
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 17, 2004
1141: new post   How and When Did You Get Your Own Google Adrep?
Is it purely a question of spend?
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1142: new post   When is it Time for the Home Office To Move Out?
An indepth discussion of the issues from dozens of pros that have been-there-done-that. One of the highest rated threads we have ever seen.
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 16, 2004
1143: new post   Resources for Stock Images
Every page builder looks for quality stock photos from time-to-time.
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 16, 2004
1144: new post   Affiliate Contracts - Who Owes Who?
A fascinating and indepth discussion of issues surrounding an affiliate programs billing situation with one affiliate.
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 12, 2004
1145: new post   MSN Goes After Blog Spam
"One good way to make money is to boost your "Google Ranking" by posting comments... Obviously, posting comment spam on MSDN blogs will really jack up your rank, because we tend to get linked a lot..."
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 12, 2004
1146: new post   Class Action Suit Hits Over Gambling Ads
"The lawsuit demands that the companies stop accepting the advertisements and give California "millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains," said attorney Ira Rothken, one of several attorneys from firms involved in the class-action lawsuit."
WebmasterWorld SupportersAug 5, 2004
1147: new post   Why isn't Froogle Catching on?
"...people are saying Froogle is a major disappointment. ... the big question is why? Was it solely their implementation? Or is there more to it?"
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1148: new post   Google.com Removed from Google Index
Google.com can not be found in the google index. Get screen shots for the archives ;-)
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 30, 2004
1149: new post   Myth of the Hispanic Market
Hispanics are said to have $452-652 Billion in buying power. On the high end that works out to $298 per week, which is what it costs to buy groceries, which explains why Proctor & Gamble etc. are going after that demographic. This kind of lets the air out of any plans for devoting energy to marketing to this "major" demographic. I'm not certain if it's a viable market at this time.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 29, 2004
1150: new post   Merchant being Sued for Affiliates Use of Trade Marks
The sticky legal issues of being a proactive advertising affiliate.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 28, 2004
1151: new post   iProspect Announces Patent In Response To Overture Product Launch
"In direct response to Overture's official launch of its Search Optimizer tool, search marketing firm iProspect Tuesday announced that it has filed for a patent for its pay-per-click advertising bidding agent iSEBA (iProspect Search Engine Bidding Agent)."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 28, 2004
1152: new post   Class Action Settlement by Paypal
The class is open to "All Persons who opened a PayPal account between October 1, 1999 and January 31, 2004."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 28, 2004
1153: new post   Real World Test of Domain Change
Moving a domain has been a constant topic in SEO circles for years. Members take a look at the current issues surrounding moving a site to a new domain.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 22, 2004
1154: new post   Sites With Personality
"I'm looking for an identity the visitors can latch onto, a friendly face. People are curious about the man behind the articles. So, i'm thinking either slap it into the About Us page, or else shove it into the top right hand corner of every page..."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 19, 2004
1155: new post   Update? The On Again Off Again Apparent Google Update
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 18, 2004
1156: new post   Determining the PageRank of Dynamic Pages
"In the last six months or more, there has been a lot of discussion of "penalized" pages with query string URLs (since they show PR0) or otherwise bemoaning the lack of PageRank for dynamic pages. Typically, similarly linked static pages might show reasonable PR, while pages with query string URLs show a white toolbar."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 15, 2004
1157: new post   What to do with a National Exposure Opportunity
"I am supposedly going to be mentioned (along with my website address) in a national magazine in September with a readership of over seven million. The problem is, it is a purely personal site I own with no "commercial agenda" and not a "money site"."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 15, 2004
1158: new post   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 SupportersJuly 14, 2004
1159: new post   Hide Affiliate Links?
An old question resurfaces for some fresh viewpoints.
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 6, 2004
1160: new post   Do 3 Crawlers Add Up to a Rebirth for SEO?
That old SEO feeling all over again. "Those that can get rankings, do get rankings. Those that can't, please pull out your credit card at Overture and then get out of the way of real SEOs."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 5, 2004
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