Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2007’

Google Updates Image Search

Curious. Image search no longer includes the URLs, or the image size, until you mouse-over the photos.

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Everyone Is Leaving

Where is everyone going? First, Nick leaves Performancing. Andy is leaving Text Link Ads & ReviewMe. Next thing you know, Danny Sullivan will leave SearchEngineWatch! As if…

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Downsides Of Digg

Kim recalls her experiences at being Dugg. She didn’t much care for it, and who can blame her. While Digg can be interesting and useful, it is just as likely to be the opposite. The online equivalent of being in a room with a bunch of socially-challenged high school nerds. And no one wants that This illustrates another risk of …

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Ten Google Feeds You Should Subscribe To

Danny has a good list.

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Hacker Targets Google?

Breaking: numerous people are reporting that was hacked about an hour ago, although it appears to be online now. Whois data also compromised. Pics here (German)

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Link Building Is Tiresome

I’ll bite Hey Jim, you’re taking me out of context, although, in fairness, I could have made myself a little clearer Link baiting is but one tactic, and can certainly be used effectively, especially when compared against other approaches like, say, automated link exchange requests. I would regard the latter as being least worthwhile way to get links, as most …

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