Does Google Rate Google A “Sell”?

Article about Google insiders dumping stock: “Since Feb. 14, 2005, the expiration date of the biggest and final restriction on insider sales following Google’s initial public offering, managers have dumped a truckload of stock. As of Aug. 9, they had sold almost 23 million shares. That means Google’s top executives have offloaded about $7.4 billion of stock, equal to about …

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Google Analytics Now Open To All

The Google Analytics Blog announces that Google Analytics is now open to everyone. “I’m happy to tell you that we’ve just removed the wait to receive a Google Analytics account. Now anyone with a website can instantly create one for free by simply by visiting google.com/analytics or by clicking on the “Analytics” tab within AdWords. After you create an account, …

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V7N Search Blog On The Rise

Speaking of linkbait, here’s a couple of posts about the searchblogosphere, and it’s flattering to note that this blog, which hasn’t been going all that long, appears on a few major radars already. Nice! Right back at you – I read most of those listed, too. And then some. But before my head gets too big, I take the notion …

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Google’s Secret Agreement?

From Television Archiving: “The University of California’s secret agreement with Google for book digitization promises to improve access to parts of its library collections, but the contractual restrictions UC has accepted may enrich Google’s shareholders at public expense” Academia is usually suspicious of the business world, however I think the concerns are valid here. Google is a private company, who …

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How To Get Links

That Aaron must work long hours. He’s come up with the definitive “how to get links” guide. 101 ways to get links, to be precise. All good. One of the best ways to get inbound links, particularly in the blogsphere, is to link out. When I first started blogging, I linked to Danny Sullivan. Danny must have noticed the inbound …

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