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|1641:|| David Warmuz: Founder of Trellian on Domaining, SEO and Keywords|
"There is more money in this one little room than all of AdTech or SES put together."
|Keyword Discussion||July 5, 2007|
|1642:|| Days of 800x600 Ending?|
"I was looking over my stats tonight and realized that only about 15% of my visitors are hitting my site with a resolution of 800x600 or less... a number that just continues to go down and down and down by the quarter."
|Webmaster General||Apr 2, 2007|
|1643:|| DealTime buying Epinions|
DealTime, which quietly purchased Shopping.com from CMGI last year, has acquired Epinions for stock.
|Webmaster General||Mar 12, 2003|
|1644:|| Dealing With Content Plagiarism Part 1 of 3|
"Traffic down for popular sections of your website? Have you been losing positions in the search engines? There are many reasons why this could happen. This discussion is about one of them, which is plagiarism." (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 14, 2009|
|1645:|| Dealing With Content Plagiarism Part 2 of 3|
There are some who approach this John Woo-style, kicking down the door with DMCA's flying because, let's face it, it's gratifying to see the bad guys go down. However there's another approach that is less emotional but every bit as gratifying. (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 19, 2009|
|1646:|| Dealing With Content Plagiarism Part 3 of 3|
"Filing DMCAs involves sending emails, snail mail, and faxes. It can take a few days to two weeks for the results to occur and it's possible that you could create an enemy or two by going down that road."(-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 27, 2009|
|1647:|| Dealing With Copyright Violations|
Whether it is a multinational corporation or the mom and pop on the corner, most of us have had our work page jacked at one time.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 15, 2002|
|1648:|| Dealing With Negative SEO Threats and Attacks|
What do you do when a negative SEO threat is made against a company? How best to deal with the threat and with negative SEO actions?
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 17, 2014|
|1649:|| Dealing With Spam Registrations On A Forum|
"...despite the CAPTCHA registration, I keep getting spam registered users."
|Webmaster General||Dec 18, 2007|
|1650:|| Dealing With Spoofed Email Addresses From Your Domains|
"I wonder what would be the best practice - outlined in steps. How do you approach this problem?" (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Feb 9, 2008|
|1651:|| Dealing With WordPress Comment Spam Escalation|
"Just to see what would happen I enabled full comments on my WordPress blog and at first I just let the comments pile up in the WordPress moderation queue as I was curious how bad it would get since nothing ever got published.[br][br]It quickly ramped up from a few a day to 100s a day, peaking currently at over 500 spam posts a day."
|Search Engine Spider and User Agent Identification||Jan 22, 2014|
|1652:|| Dealing with HTML Ignorance and the Wrath of Validation|
"...What amazes me is the number of full time web workers who don't even know that their is such a thing as valid HTML, never heard of the W3C, and just create street code that seems to display OK in IE."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Aug 10, 2003|
|1653:|| Dealing with a Competitor Destroying Your Google Rankings|
"They basically grabbed the ten best ranked sites and are spamming our homepage links to hundreds of blogs and guestbooks. It's not just our site but legit competitors with great content infront of us as well."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Dec 26, 2009|
|1654:|| Death Of The Static Page|
"I guess it boils down to this: at some point processor/RAM prices will have pushed the curve to a stage where it's actually faster to work dynamically than to cache to disk and serve statically. Have we arrived?"
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Oct 24, 2006|
|1655:|| Death of the Ad Click: Only 16% of the Web Is Clicking Display Ads|
"The number of people online who click display ads has dropped 50% in less than two years, and only 8% of internet users account for 85% of all clicks."
|Affiliates||Oct 1, 2009|
|1656:|| Debate: While CSS Goal Is Noble, It Needs To Be Rebuilt From Scratch|
"In an interesting thread, WebmasterWorld members debate the issue around CSS being rebuilt afresh."
|CSS||June 5, 2008|
|1657:|| Debian Distro Ubuntu is Shipping for Free|
Ubuntu has been shipping free cd's of its distro for some time now - actually, sets containing a live (Knoppix-like - just boot, no install) CD and a 'regular' CD, for Intel, Apple, and AMD64 architectures. They're in fact shipping *loads* of such cd's - for free - if you go to their shipping page, the default number to order is 10. Probably not a bad way to introduce acquaintances to Linux.
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Dec 4, 2004|
|1658:|| December 1, 2007: Yahoo Update||Yahoo Search Engine and Directory||Dec 7, 2007|
|1659:|| December 2011 AdSense Earnings and Observations|
WebmasterWorld's AdSense barometer - a monthly look at Google AdSense earnings and observations.
|Google AdSense||Dec 3, 2011|
|1660:|| Deciphering Windows 7 Upgrades: The Official Chart|
This chart explains some of the limitations that will be involved in upgrading an existing Windows XP or Windows Vista PC to the new Windows 7 operating system.
|Deprecated - Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System||Oct 24, 2009|
|1661:|| Declining eCPM - action checklist|
"I've noticed a slow but steady decline in the eCPM associated with my account over the past 12 months. Compared to January last year traffic is up four-fold but eCPM is down by about 50%. Perhaps we could develop a list of actions to take for anyone in the same boat, any suggestions gratefully received."
|Google AdSense||Jan 27, 2006|
|1662:|| Decoding the Google Smart Pricing Mystery|
"...think that there is an algo that ties in your poor performing pages and uses them to weight your site for worthiness."
|Google AdSense||July 20, 2006|
|1663:|| Deepbot is in the House|
Googles monthly full crawl is under way.
|Google News Archive||Apr 16, 2003|
|1664:|| Defamatory Internet Posts:Jury awards $11.3M|
"A Florida woman has been awarded $11.3 million in a defamation lawsuit against a Louisiana woman who posted messages on the Internet accusing her of being a "crook," a "con artist" and a "fraud.""
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Oct 12, 2006|
|1665:|| Default User Agents of Programming Libraries and Command Line Tools||Search Engine Spider and User Agent Identification||Apr 13, 2008|
|1666:|| Defending The Position Of An Article In The SERPs||Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 11, 2010|
|1667:|| Defensive Domain Registration : Protecting Your Domain Registration and Operability|
In the wake of the RegisterFly mess, "This is a good time to point-out what YOU can do to protect YOUR domains."
|Domain Names||Mar 20, 2007|
|1668:|| Defining "Branding" and How it Works With Google Today|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss branding, and how it works with Google today. Learning how big brands achieve success, and making that work for a business with no apparent brand.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||May 6, 2014|
|1669:|| Defining A Relevant Link With The View To Give Best Value|
"Let say you have a hotel booking site that specializes in hotels in the Toronto area. Assume that you are trying to rank for Toronto Hotels. Does that mean that you would be better off only exchanging links with hotel sites whose websites had 'Toronto Hotels' as their main keyword density?"
|Link Development||May 26, 2010|
|1670:|| Defining Negative SEO, From a Legal Perspective|
WebmasterWorld Members debate the true definition of negative SEO, from a legal standpoint.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 22, 2015|
|1671:|| Defining What Makes a Backlink Bad or of Value|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how to define what makes a good or bad link or citation.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Sept 1, 2014|
|1672:|| Defining duplicate content|
"...a thread that actually works to define what we mean when we're talking about 'duplicate content'."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 5, 2006|
|1673:|| Del.icio.us founder Joshua Schachter Now At Google|
After selling his social bookmarking service del.icio.us to Yahoo, founder Joshua Schachter hung out until June 2008. Now the reports are flowing that he has joined Google.
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Jan 14, 2009|
|1674:|| Deleting User Accounts vs Data Integrity|
One of the first rules of data warehousing is you never delete anything, ever. So what do you do when users start requesting it?
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Oct 3, 2006|
|1675:|| Delicious Bought By YouTube Founders Hurley and Chen|
"We're excited to work with this fantastic community and take Delicious to the next level," said Mr. Hurley, who is chief executive of AVOS, a new company that will own Delicious.[br][br]"We see a tremendous opportunity to simplify the way users save and share content they discover anywhere on the Web." [br][br]
|Yahoo Corporate||Apr 27, 2011|
|1676:|| Delicious Gets an Overhaul|
"Today we're taking the final step and flipping the switch on the new web site: delicious.com" (- subscription required)
|Social Media Optimization||Aug 1, 2008|
|1677:|| Delivering Customer Service With 'WOW'|
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss what makes the difference when it comes to customer service."
|Ecommerce||July 27, 2009|
|1678:|| Dell Exploding Laptops|
The computer giant has issued the biggest product recall in computer history.
|Foo||Aug 15, 2006|
|1679:|| Dell Targets Cybersquatters In Court|
"Personal computer giant Dell Inc. is pursuing a major "cybersquatting" lawsuit against several companies that buy and sell Web site addresses, alleging that the entities earned millions of dollars from Internet traffic intended for Dell and dozens of other Fortune 500 companies."
|Domain Names||Nov 29, 2007|
|1680:|| Dell Warns Customers About Vista Complications|
"After a brief period of selling only Vista, Dell was forced to bring back Windows XP, since there remained a lot of demand for the old system. Now Dell is going even farther, as it's warning business customers about the difficult challenges that lay ahead of them if they decide to adopt Vista." -TechDirt
|Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)||July 7, 2007|