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|1121:|| Book Publishers Mull Over Changes To Their Industry|
"Like the music and newspaper industries before it, the book-publishing world now faces vanishing revenues as sales of physical discs, papers and books give way to far cheaper or free digital distribution."
|Foo||Oct 10, 2009|
|1122:|| Borders Closes Stores, Start Own Web Retailing|
"The Borders Group, one of the nation's largest book retailers, announced a new strategic plan Thursday to close nearly half of its Waldenbooks stores, sell off or franchise most of its 73 overseas superstores, sever its relationship with Amazon.com and start its own online retail site."
|Ecommerce||Mar 23, 2007|
|1123:|| Bot-Blocking Methodology|
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss various bot-blocking methodologies."
|Search Engine Spider and User Agent Identification||Dec 13, 2008|
|1124:|| Botnet Attack Sentence: 3 Years|
A man was sentenced to three years in prison Friday for launching a computer attack that let hackers install unwanted internet advertising software.
|Webmaster General||Aug 26, 2006|
|1125:|| Botnet Pandemic Threatens Core of Internet|
"Up to a quarter of computers on the net may be used by cyber criminals in so-called "botnets", according to Vint Cerf."
|Search Engine Spider and User Agent Identification||Jan 26, 2007|
|1126:|| Bots Artificially Inflate AdSense Impressions|
|Google AdSense||July 17, 2007|
|1127:|| Brace Yourself - Google Update Imminent|
Obviously the most anticipated update in the history of Google watching. The last week has seen over 10,000 message posted in our Google forum about the impending monthly update. For the first time we can remember, Google gives a bit of heads up about the update.
|Google News Archive||Mar 6, 2003|
|1128:|| Brain Suckers 101 : When Co-workers Ask an Absurd Amount of Questions|
"I've been having an increasingly difficult time getting my work done because I am constantly bombarded with technical questions all day long.
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Mar 18, 2007|
|1129:|| Brainstorm On How To Get One Way Inbound Links|
"I would like to hear successes from those who have done it well, and any harebrained ideas that are untried and unproven for this."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||May 30, 2006|
|1130:|| Brand Name or KW Inbound Anchor Links||Link Development||July 4, 2009|
|1131:|| Branding A Blog With A Good Name|
"When it came to choosing a name for your blog what considerations went into making your final choice and eliminating the alternatives?" (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 7, 2007|
|1132:|| Brandspam - Google's Latest Challenge|
We all have our different views on the value of Google's search results after Panda.[br][br] What is undeniable is that a lot of rubbishy spam sites have disappeared out of the listings which is very welcome - but many commercial key phrases are now dominated by big brands that have taken the opportunity to move into niches that they have never been in before, and which they have little obvious expertise in.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||July 27, 2011|
|1133:|| Breakdown of the new AdSense Terms, FAQ, Policies|
Everything you wanted to know about the June 17, 2004 Google AdSense update. New features: search, ad preview, languages, more channels, whew!
|Google AdSense||June 18, 2004|
|1134:|| Breaking The IE Habit|
Fear of viruses, security woes, spyware, scumware, malware, and general obsolecence is driving users away from IE in record numbers.
|HTML||July 7, 2004|
|1135:|| Brewer Disputes With Real Sam Adams|
"The Boston brewers of Sam Adams beer objected when they learned that a mayoral campaign here included Web sites invoking the name of their product."
|Domain Names||Oct 29, 2007|
|1136:|| Brian May, Pete Townsend, Elton John and Others Attack Google Over Piracy|
Pete Townshend of The Who and Brian May of Queen today lead a group of rock and pop stars in a public attack on internet search engines like Google for helping users get access to pirate copies of their music.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 24, 2012|
|1137:|| Brick and Mortar Stores vs Online Discounters: Survival Of The Fittest?||Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Nov 10, 2006|
|1138:|| Brin says Google compromised principles|
"Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged Tuesday the dominant Internet company has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 7, 2006|
|1139:|| Britain Cracks Down on Paid Search Listings|
"The U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) on Wednesday called on ISP (Internet service provider) Freeserve PLC (now known by the brand name Wanadoo) to make clearer to users which of its Web search results are paid advertisements."
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||June 17, 2004|
|1140:|| British Group Claims they Launched GMail 2 Years Prior to Google|
"Independent International Investment Research, a British company that specialises in research and has several leading City investment banks as clients, argues that it launched "G-MailTM web based email" in May 2002."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 13, 2005|
|1141:|| British Telecom Ad Replacement Trial Brings Calls For Prosecution|
"...clearly shows that back in 2006 BT (British Telecom) illegally intercepted their customers web traffic, and illegally processed their personal data..."
|Foo||June 6, 2008|
|1142:|| British Telecom Teams up with Yahoo!|
"The new venture, called BT Yahoo! Broadband, replaces BT's Openworld brand and promises to take on rivals such as AOL and Freeserve."
|Yahoo Search Engine and Directory||June 16, 2003|
|1143:|| British retailer buys PriceGrabber.com $485 million|
"California-based PriceGrabber.com compared prices of products such as computers and clothing for more than 17 million users last month, GUS said. The business connects users to more than 9,000 online retailers, who pay each time they get a lead."
|Ecommerce||Dec 14, 2005|
|1144:|| Broadband Over Natural Gas Pipelines|
"...quite a novel idea, broadband sent through a gas pipe"
|Foo||Sept 21, 2006|
|1145:|| Broadband Stagnation - Where Did All the Customers Go?|
"What´s clearly missing from the broadband equation is, simply, a reason to use it. Many consumers find dial-up perfectly acceptable for E-mail and Web browsing."
|Website Technology Issues||May 15, 2002|
|1146:|| Broken Links Send Site Quality Signals And May Affect Rankings|
In doing some research for a new article, I recently came across a 12-year-old website that has quite a few broken external links, especially on its "links" page. Evidently this site hasn't been updated in a long time and nobody has bothered to check for broken links.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 20, 2012|
|1147:|| Browser History File Hijack |
"Our study shows that popular Web 2.0 applications like mashups, aggregators, and sophisticated ad targeting are rife with different kinds of privacy-violating flows,"
|Webmaster General||Dec 2, 2010|
|1148:|| Browser Type Impacting AdSense Income|
"...I just happened to stumble across a startling statistic..."
|Google AdSense||Apr 26, 2010|
|1149:|| Browser Viewport Statistics|
The "viewport" is the usable space inside the user's browser window - much more informative than mere screen resolution. What can this statistic tell us about our visitors and scrolling below the fold?
|HTML||Sept 8, 2007|
|1150:|| Browser Wars : Wells Fargo Bans Opera Browser|
As of 8am today - Wells Fargo (one of the largest Banks in the United States) began blocking Opera browser from it's online banking.
|Foo||Feb 2, 2005|
|1151:|| Browser Wars Heat Up|
"But by offering links only to Firefox and Chrome for its upgrade, Google is doing something that helped to make Microsoft the 8,000-ton gorilla on the desktop: playing favorites."
|HTML||Jan 3, 2009|
|1152:|| 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 Archive||Apr 9, 2004|
|1153:|| Bug Found in Google|
It appears that page jackers have found a major bug.
|Google News Archive||Sept 14, 2004|
|1154:|| Bug Reports on IE7 Public Beta|
"Bug reports and security warnings have started pouring in just hours after Microsoft released a second public beta of its forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 browser."
|HTML||Feb 2, 2006|
|1155:|| Building A Network Of Sites|
" How can we make sure that our sites stay disconnected? In other words: How can we keep Google from knowing all these sites are ours?"
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Feb 17, 2006|
|1156:|| Building Business Content 101|
"...a few more types of content you can add to any business site to beef it up a bit."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||June 10, 2002|
|1157:|| Building Communities: Critical for Online Business?|
At first glance who would connect community to classifieds? How critical do you think building community is to an Internet endeavor?"
|Community Building and User Generated Content||May 12, 2008|
|1158:|| Building Small Business Websites 101|
"Here are some ideas on how to go about building websites for the average small business. Many of us do this all day every day and some of the stuff here is very obvious but, I thought it might be useful to get some basic concepts outlined and perhaps you guys could add to it?"
|Webmaster General||June 11, 2002|
|1159:|| Building Websites for the .Mobi Internet|
"Can anyone point me to where to get information as to the .mobi criteria for building a .mobi site?"
|Domain Names||Nov 5, 2006|
|1160:|| Building Your Own Directory|
Building your own directory can be a daunting task. Not only from a software standpoint, but also a management standpoint.
|Directories||Oct 23, 2002|