|Displaying Topics 2001 - 2040 (10270 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|2001:|| Evie Leaves Blogger and Google Behind|
"So, I've to move on. I.e.: As of this Friday, I will no longer be employed by Google."
|Google News Archive||Oct 4, 2004|
|2002:|| Ex FTC Employee Files Complaint Over Google Privacy|
"Mr. Soghoian's complaint centers on the way the Internet handles links that users click on to surf."
|Foo||Oct 8, 2010|
|2003:|| Exact Long Tail Phrases in the Title are Not Ranking Well|
"I've notice recently that exact phrase match in the title does not seem to work well. It does work if you put quotes around the query phrase, but clearly only geeks do that."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 29, 2010|
|2004:|| Example Web Development Contract Template|
Nice template/contract posted.
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Sept 1, 2011|
|2005:|| Exchange Rate and its Effect on AdSense/AdWords|
Can I hang onto my cheque until the exchange rate is better?
|Google AdSense||Feb 3, 2004|
|2006:|| Excite Search Engine Retires|
All done - all through. Excite moves to pure Goto/Overture results. However is a bit of a surprising move, they have replaced the Looksmart directory with the ODP.
|Alternative Search Engines||Dec 16, 2001|
|2007:|| Excite UK is back|
Excite UK is back, using Fast DB and DMOZ.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||July 22, 2002|
|2008:|| Excluding Yahoo Partner Sites After The Merger|
The 4th post highlights how to remove the less desirable Yahoo traffic from AdCenter.
|BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)||Sept 30, 2010|
|2009:|| Exclusive: MSN preview of new Search Engine|
Preview of MSN's new search engine.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 30, 2004|
|2010:|| Excursions into IndoChina|
"Today I have waded into really deep water and put up a page in Chinese. The translation was done by a colleague who is a native speaker..."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 6, 2001|
|2011:|| Excuse Me - There was Never a Problem with Yahoo|
Throughout all the armchair commentary Yahoo has remained a steadily strong presence. No they can't really compete with Google in search, but they never had to, they are the net's largest portal and it's second or third most visited site.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||July 29, 2009|
|2012:|| Executives at Alibaba Resign Over Frauds|
The chief executive of e-commerce group Alibaba.com has resigned after an internal investigation showed sales staff "intentionally or negligently" allowed more than 2,300 fraudsters to set up verified stores.
David Wei and chief operating officer Elvis Lee departed amid what the firm, one of China's biggest internet success stories, described as "systemic breakdown in our company's culture of integrity".
|Asia and Pacific Region||Feb 21, 2011|
|2013:|| Exiled Tibetans Protest Google Censorship|
"Scores of angry Tibetans on Tuesday protested Google's launch of a censored version of its search engine in China which adheres to that country's government restrictions on free speech..."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 14, 2006|
|2014:|| Expanded Matching at AdWords|
Match driver like action for AdWords? Yikes!
|Google AdWords||Oct 2, 2003|
|2015:|| Expanding Facebook Graph Search (Beta)|
In the next few weeks, Graph Search will roll out more broadly to everyone who uses Facebook in U.S. English.
|Facebook Marketing||July 8, 2013|
|2016:|| Expanding Your Site for AdSense Success|
"Those who bang away at idea 1 will, for the most part, be the bottom-feeders of AdSense. Those who have a vision and a plan for idea 2 have the best fighting chance at living off AdSense."
|Google AdSense||Mar 30, 2006|
|2017:|| Experian Acquires Hitwise|
"Experian, the global information solutions company, announces that it has acquired Hitwise, a leading Internet marketing intelligence company, which helps clients monitor the performance of their websites and target their online advertising spend more effectively. The purchase price is approximately $240m and will be funded from Experian's existing cash resources."
|Website Analytics - Tracking and Logging||Apr 19, 2007|
|2018:|| Experiences with the Google URL Removal Tool|
"...used it quite often to remove obsolete content on my site... but there are some side effects"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 17, 2005|
|2019:|| Experiment Testing the Effect of Visitor Interaction on Rankings|
There's been a lot of talk of the many signals google is or could be using to rank websites. One of those signals could be visitor interaction statistics.[br][br]Of course it has not yet been nailed down that they are using this as a ranking factor but I for one would think this would be a good signal for them to use if they could get clear data (and I think they can).
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 21, 2013|
|2020:|| Experimenting With AdSense For Mobile Browsers|
"This year the growing mobile traffic was impossible to miss... ...I decided I would whip up a quick and dirty mobile version of the site, and redirect mobile users to it."
|Google AdSense||June 16, 2010|
|2021:|| Experimenting With Interest Based Advertising and the New AdSense Performance Report|
WebmasterWorld Members experiment with IBAs now that the stats are broken out.[br][br][i]We have just launched a new feature in the AdSense interface that now shows interest-based targeting type earnings broken out. Previously these were included in contextual earnings.[br][br]You should see data broken out by contextual, IBA, and placement.[/i]
|Google AdSense||Jan 26, 2011|
|2022:|| Experiments in Keyword Rich Links To The Home Page|
"WebmasterWorld Member CainIV experiments with home page linking and how it affects search engine rankings."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Dec 6, 2008|
|2023:|| Experiments with Google AdSense For Increased Revenues|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss experiments with Google AdSense for increased revenue.
|Google AdSense||May 2, 2014|
|2024:|| Experts: Malware Attacks: Google Doesn't Police Advertisers|
"Google could avoid future malware attacks carried out using advertisements posted on its Web sites if the company more thoroughly investigated customers of its AdWords system, according to security and legal experts."
|Google AdSense||Apr 27, 2007|
|2025:|| Expired Domain, In Error, Instantly Out Of Google: Renewal Took 30 Days To Return To SERPs|
Expiring domains can sometimes catch us unaware. This example shows that even an instant renewal can take a month to return to the original Google rankings.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 18, 2014|
|2026:|| Explaining Screen Resolution To Clients|
"...[a client was] shocked to see that their site which neatly occupies a 800 x 600 screen looks smaller at 1024 or 768 or above."
|HTML||July 21, 2003|
|2027:|| Exploited, But Not Necessarily Hacked: What To Look For?|
"This afternoon, a site I work on was exploited through a file upload utility."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||July 24, 2006|
|2028:|| Expression Web Tips and Tricks|
"I've been using EW for a while now its a big jump forward from FP but its not always obvious how to do things. So I thought it might be a good idea to share information, tips, etc."
|WYSIWYG and Text Code Editors||Apr 26, 2008|
|2029:|| Expression Web and CSS Styles Issues Solved||WYSIWYG and Text Code Editors||Feb 22, 2008|
|2030:|| Extended Validation SSL Certificates: Are They Worth The Investment?|
"They are 20 to 40 times more expensive than regular SSLs. Am I going to lose business if I do not upgrade to these new SSL certs?"
|Webmaster General||Mar 23, 2007|
|2031:|| Externally Linked CSS and JS Caused Drop in Traffic|
Although it makes site updating easier, external files for css and/or js do increase download time and may have a negative effect on search engine rankings.
|Google News Archive||Dec 6, 2002|
|2032:|| Eye Tracking Study on Google Says Above the Fold or Die|
"Eye scan and click through behavior changes dramatically as users moved “below the fold” to the section of results that required scrolling down. At the top of the page, the amount of eye movement declined rapidly through the top 4 or 5 results, and then at the bottom of the screen, tends to become more consistent through to the end of the page."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 2, 2005|
|2033:|| F.C.C. Bandwidth Proposals Benefit Consumers||Foo||Sept 19, 2009|
|2034:|| F.C.C. Opt-Out Privacy Plan May Hit Some Businesses Harder Than Others|
"If the vast majority of online users chose not to have their Internet activity tracked, the proposed 'do not track' system could have a severe effect on the industry, some experts say."
|Foo||Dec 6, 2010|
|2035:|| F.C.C. Publishes New Rules on Internet 'net neutrality'|
"The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission today called for more aggressive action to keep online traffic moving freely..."
|Foo||Sept 21, 2009|
|2036:|| F.C.C. Responds To Tech Industry Concerns Over Open Platform|
"At the urging of technology companies, such as Google Inc, the FCC required the winner of one block of spectrum to make it an "open platform" accessible to customers using any device or software application."
|Foo||May 30, 2008|
|2037:|| F.C.C. Says Wireless Spectrum Has 266 Applicants, Incl. Google|
"Qualcomm Inc., MetroPCS Wireless Inc. and US Cellular Corp. were others among 266 applicants potentially seeking to bid in a list released last night by the Federal Communications Commission."
|Webmaster General||Dec 19, 2007|
|2038:|| F.C.C. to Investigate Complaints Comcast Interferes With Net Traffic|
"The Federal Communications Commission will investigate complaints that Comcast actively interferes with Internet traffic as its subscribers try to share files online, the commission's chairman, Kevin J. Martin, said Tuesday."
|Webmaster General||Jan 9, 2008|
|2039:|| F.T.C. Is Said to Have Looked Into Amazon-Google Ties|
NY Times: "John Doerr's recent departure from the board of Amazon.com was prompted by a federal inquiry into the close ties between Amazon and Google, said people with direct knowledge of the matter."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Apr 2, 2010|
|2040:|| F.T.C. Proposes To Fine Bloggers Not Disclosing Payments For Reviews|
"Penalties include up to $11,000 in fines per violation."
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Oct 5, 2009|