With all of the recent turmoil surrounding Google’s recent removal of it’s recommendation of submitting your site to DMOZ.org, I thought that it was particuarly intersting that DMOZ is still being used in the Google Serp results. Here are some examples of How Google is still using DMOZ data: When no meta description […]
At first I thought it was just me, and my co-worker thought it was just him but then I saw that Dazzlin Donna is also seeing weird problems with google, redirecting her automatically to igoogle.com. THen after it was just plain slow- it was a no go!
All hail Google, who art in the cloud,Blessed be thy name,thy page rank come,on my site as it is on Dmoz,give us this day our daily link juice,Forgive us our spam tactics,as we forgive those who google bomb us,lead us not into link buying temptation,but deliver us from link farms.For thine is the algorithm, and […]
Today’s post from Google’s blog by Marissa Mayer, VP of their search products and User Experience team about the future of search offers us some tidbits of information and a view into what Google thinks search should become in the future. Marissa begins by talking about some basic questions she had today that could have been answered by […]
The Ronk checker, which is usually a very reliable and useful tool is currently not able to pull any results from Google. I have tried from several computers and had other freinds of mine also make the attempt. After some searching, it seems that Googles recent updates, including their addition of Google Suggest to the […]
Today a talented co worker with a nice smile pointed out a new website online where you could contribute 2 dollars, and they would plant a tree and give you a digital tree on their website. This idea was intended to be a charitable situation, but when it was Sphunn, it caused quite a few […]