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1721: new post   Digg Makes Changes To DiggBar, And UnBans Domains
"Rose criticized the DiggBar's user experience as "inconsistent" and "wonky," and called the feature "bad for the Internet."
Community Building and User Generated ContentApr 7, 2010
1722: new post   Digg Raises More Cash: $28.7 million
Community Building and User Generated ContentSept 25, 2008
1723: new post   Digg Recommendation Engine (Beta) Launching This Week
"The Recommendation Engine is a cool way to discover new content on Digg."
Community Building and User Generated ContentJune 30, 2008
1724: new post   Digg Relaunches With New Design
"...you'll see these features as our v1, and August 1 as the first of many iterations on a new Digg.
FooJuly 31, 2012
1725: new post   Digg Sold for $500,000
Betaworks is acquiring a website that still has a well known brand...
Webmaster GeneralJuly 12, 2012
1726: new post   Digg's Kevin Rose Is Critical Of Own Status: "We have to do better"
"Why click a button and make the number go up by one? Why does that matter?"
Community Building and User Generated ContentOct 9, 2008
1727: new post   Digg.com Launches New Features, Gets more Social
"Digg.com announced a new series of features and improvements will be going live today." (-subscription required)
Social Media OptimizationSept 20, 2007
1728: new post   Digg.com Partners With Microsoft
"Looks like Digg.com chose Microsoft."
BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)July 26, 2007
1729: new post   Digital Camera Prices Plummet
Is it safe to buy a digital camera now? From a price stand point, most everyone agrees that they have been 100-500% over priced for years. The long awaited shakeout begins.
Site Graphics and Multimedia Design May 31, 2002
1730: new post   Digital Data, a 'Ticking Time Bomb'
"The growing problem of accessing old digital file formats is a "ticking time bomb", the chief executive of the UK National Archives has warned."
FooJuly 4, 2007
1731: new post   Digital Envoy Wins Geo-Targeting Patent, Battle with Google Looms
" Digital Envoy has won a U.S. patent for a technology it describes as "non-invasively" targeting the physical location of Web surfers, which it says is essential for doing business in cyberspace. The company's recent announcement could also accelerate a battle over the technology with Google, with Digital Envoy vice president Rob Friedman vowing the company would enforce the patent vigorously."
Webmaster GeneralJuly 1, 2004
1732: new post   Digital Music Can Not Be Re-sold Online, US Judge Rules
The ruling could have broad implications for digital reselling.
Content, Writing and CopyrightApr 2, 2013
1733: new post   Digsby IM Enables Web Crawlers Control of Your PC & Bandwidth
Did Digsby just go darkside?
Search Engine Spider and User Agent IdentificationSept 8, 2009
1734: new post   Direct Hit To Close Later in 2002
SearchEngineWatch.com is reporting that you should, "Say your goodbyes to the Direct Hit search engine. Direct Hit is no longer the favored child of parent company Ask Jeeves, now that the company´s new baby, Teoma, is growing up."
Ask - TeomaFeb 6, 2002
1735: new post   DirectI Suspends 175,000 Domains for Abuse
Domain NamesOct 24, 2008
1736: new post   Directories Charging High Link Removal Fees
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the exorbitant charges levied by some directories for link removal. Is this holding webmasters to ransom, or should it be ignored until a problem occurs.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 1, 2013
1737: new post   Directories to Submit to
Directories are the usual first stop in a link development campaign. Here's a handy run down of directories that can be submitted to.
Link DevelopmentAug 2, 2003
1738: new post   Directories: Link Exchange or Not
"WebmasterWorld members discuss link exchanging and the pitfalls."
Link DevelopmentApr 24, 2007
1739: new post   Directory Listing Hijack Detection
"With tens of thousands of links in a directory, manually re-checking each link one at a time is out of the question. The solution? Write your own custom link checker on steroids."
DirectoriesFeb 23, 2007
1740: new post   Directory Lists that Rank Directories: Good Stuff or Fluff?
"Is it time for the directoryranking dialogue to mature? IF it matures might that reshape where the entire "directory industry" is heading?"
DirectoriesOct 11, 2006
1741: new post   Directory PageJacked
"We have worked for months and months searching for very particular types of sites to place in our directory..."
DirectoriesDec 5, 2001
1742: new post   Disappointed With Affiliate Marketing? Top Tips To Turn It Around
"WebmasterWorld members discuss affiliate marketing, and try to help members hone their skills with ideas and motivation."
AffiliatesApr 26, 2007
1743: new post   Discovery to buy HowStuffWorks.com
"The Wall Street Journal reports Discovery Channel will announce today its purchase of HowStuffWorks .com for $250 million. "
Webmaster GeneralOct 15, 2007
1744: new post   Disney Shopping Infoseek
"The head of Walt Disney Co.'s Internet unit said Monday the company has been in discussions to sell the Web search technology it acquired in two boom-era deals valued at more than $2 billion."
Alternative Search EnginesMar 11, 2003
1745: new post   Disney, Newscorp and NBC each now own 27% of Video Service Hulu
"Hulu is becoming the preferred distribution channel for the big media companies."
Web Video Creation and OptimizationMay 5, 2009
1746: new post   Displaying URI's in the SERPs
General Search Engine Marketing IssuesJan 15, 2007
1747: new post   Distributing Server Load with Round-Robin DNS
We have 2 web servers that have the same content. Originally it started as a fail-over solution but now we are thinking that we should use these for load balancing purposes.
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 5, 2004
1748: 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
1749: new post   Do AdSense Link Units Have a Lower EPC?
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss AdSense link units and factors that may affect their optimal performance as compared to standard contextual ads, along with ways to improve them."
Google AdSenseSept 24, 2008
1750: new post   Do Affiliate Sales Decline Over Time?
"...got a site with affiliate links which is cruising along nicely earning couple hundred bucks a month. I worry that eventually people will find the real site and miss me out"
AffiliatesJune 11, 2002
1751: new post   Do Companies Register Test Domain Name Whois Look Ups?
"... Recently there have been a few big players that have been registering everything under the sun on a traffic test basis for a few days then cancelling the registrations that don't show traffic promise."
Domain NamesDec 27, 2005
1752: new post   Do Domain Names Even Matter Anymore?
Domain NamesJan 1, 2009
1753: new post   Do Glass Ceilings Exist in AdSense?
Always reading about the so-called "glass ceiling" where AdSense won't earn any more than that magical amount where earnings are capped.[br]br]Are you sure the glass ceiling isn't your imagination and creativity instead?[br][br]I almost fell into the glass ceiling mindset trap once, years ago, when I couldn't seem to get the site over the $100/day ceiling, just wouldn't budge. Then I realized I was looking at it all wrong, the site and AdSense units as-is (as-was) caused the cap, so I set about to change things up. Couple of months later I was looking at a theoretical $200/day earnings cap, but having broken the $100/day ceiling I was sure I could bust it and did.
Google AdSenseFeb 3, 2011
1754: new post   Do I Need a Business License?
Sole proprietor, an LLC, Limited Partnership, or just a DBA. What's the right choice for a successful independent?
Professional Webmaster Business IssuesDec 23, 2002
1755: new post   Do Icons Help Usability?
"It seems there are two sides to the argument. The SEOs and programmers feel that pure text links are invaluable to good web site promotion and usability. "
Site Graphics and Multimedia Design Aug 24, 2002
1756: new post   Do Reciprocal Links Stil Hold any Value
"I was recently advised by a company doing my SEO that Google and the other big search engines no longer see value in reciprocal linking and that all link building should be one way..."
Link DevelopmentAug 30, 2006
1757: new post   Do SE Submission Services Work?
Simple question with a complex industry answer.
Deprecated - Search Engine SubmissionMay 29, 2002
1758: new post   Do SERPS Reflect Cached Page?
"Typically yes, for on-page factors. Off-page factors can be updated asynchronously, though."
Google News ArchiveNov 7, 2004
1759: new post   Do Shoppers Know the Top Logo is Home Link?
Do most shoppers know that the logo in the upper left corner is a link to the home page? Do we still need to provide a text "home" link?
EcommerceSept 5, 2007
1760: new post   Do Small Businesses Need A Website?
"There are many businesses that simple do not believe in the web as a business tool. A website does not have to sell your products, it can be used simply to let potential customers know you are there. For small businesses particularly those that rely on a local customer base this can be an invaluable source of additional customer enquiries."
New To Web DevelopmentAug 14, 2006
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