Posts Tagged ‘google’

How to Add Google Ad Section Targeting in Thesis

Friday, August 21st, 2009
Recently Matt Cutts gave a talk called Straight from Google: What You Need to Know at WordCamp San Francisco 2009. His talk revolved around why bloggers blog (money? fame? fun?) and how bloggers can improve their SEO. Jim Gaudet noted a couple lines of code from the presentation that are highly relevant to bloggers using Adsense to make money online. The two lines dictate where the unique content starts and ends on your page. It’s a handy way to have the Adsense algorithms display more relevant advertisements to your visitors. Read the full post

Yingoo: The Yahoo-Microsoft Search Engine

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009
You may have heard that, finally, Yahoo and Microsoft have teamed up in the search engine arena. That’s all well and good, and actually a smart move by both companies. The new Bing engine from Microsoft is nice and a huge improvement over Microsoft’s previous search engine. Meanwhile Yahoo rocks at providing great services like Flickr, Yahoo Answers, and Delicious (or at least buying them and allowing them to keep rocking). Read the full post

Google Announces Chrome Operating System

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009
Google sent massive waves through the web earlier today as it announced the Google Chrome Operating System. The OS will be based off the three tenets Google used while building the Chrome browser: Speed Security Simplicity Read the full post

Do you DoFollow?

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Well do you?

Do you know what DoFollow is?

To explain DoFollow, we’ll begin with its arch-nemesis, NoFollow. Years ago blogs were overrun with spammers commenting in order to receive backlinks, which are used by Google to determine a site’s importance. …

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