Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2007’

Daily Search Blog Roundup, March 30, 2007

How to work no-follow. “Just because a person came to a site through a no-follow link doesn’t mean they won’t link to you using a clean one” Pay-per-post detractors. Amusing rant. Barry takes a look at Google Pay Per Action. This made me smile. Google suggests you swim the ocean.  It should take you 3,462 minutes. At least. Does MySpace …

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Problems With Affiliate Payouts

There’s an interesting argument developing here about affiliate payouts. Read the comments.  “Thats why [a leading web payment option] processing sucks for affiliates… because the surfer has to opt to go back to the site to complete the loop…. and a large percentage just close the browser, after they get the thank you page….“ Not all affiliate schemes are like …

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Domain Score, Not Page Score

As I’ve been saying, I think Google have been placing emphasis on domains lately, as opposed to pages. It’s not so much that the domain name itself is tagged with authority, but if the domain contains enough pages that are deemed authoritative, then it can be assumed that other pages on the domain are also highly likely to be authoritative, …

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Google Concerned About Health Information

A friend of mine is a doctor. She’s very dismissive of the medial information on the internet. Not because some of it isn’t accurate, but because so much of it isn’t. Google are concerned about this, too: “How do I know if the information is trustworthy and reliable? There is a lot of material out there about drugs, diseases, procedures …

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SEO Crack Pipe

Jason is “feeling the love” of SEO.  “Looks like Neil is doing an OK job so far of increasing the search traffic to over the past two weeks. He’s only been able to push about 10% of the changes he wants to do…but the results are solid so far: a 21% increase according to Niel.“ Jason makes some good …

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