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Google Wants To Improve Relations With Wall Street

If you’re a Google investor, you may be interested in a special meeting to be held next Wednesday: “Web search leader Google said on Tuesday that it plans to hold a special meeting with financial analysts and investors next week in a bid to improve the company’s relations with Wall Street. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company said it would host …

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MSN Dropping Pages

According to Barry, who got this from Webmaster World, who got this from…. Oh, forget it This citation business can get ridiculous. Anyway, have you noticed MSN dropping any of your pages of late?

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Search Operators Chart

I don’t use advanced search much, partly because I can never remember the operators, however here’s a useful chart that lists all the search operators by search engine. You can drill down to find examples of how each operator is used. Anyone remember the flink: command in Google? I didn’t know these existed, for example: numrange: Finds a range of …

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Nofollow Wikipedia?

http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/quick-comment-on-nofollow/ …someone asked if Google was in favor of enabling nofollow on wikis, so I wanted to give a quick reply: I do think it’s a good idea. For example, I’ve talked to a couple SEOs recently who said that they have a full-time person on their staff dedicated to scamming links from Wikipedia and wikis. Matt, another place people …

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Adsense Botnet Discovered

I’m sure it won’t be the last, either. Interesting post over at Jensense about an Adsense click bot network. It works like this: “Somebody with a botnet generates the clicks from a few hundred machines and makes sure they look as innocent as possible. Keeps it a low profile while at it. Of course the botnet owner will want a …

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Yahoo Has A New Home Page

Yahoo has a new home page. They claim “…the new Yahoo! It’s all for you!” Hmmm….to me, it looks like it’s “all for the advertisers”. There’s a lot of swish ajax-y stuff and commercials, which all looks very pretty, but none of it looks like anything I’d actually want to read. So why would I change from Google’s personalized home …

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