Tag: google

September 21, 2005 / Directory Management

Redirects are where a link to a site looks like http://www.mysite.com/go/143/ or http://www.mysite.com/goto.php?site=143

These are great for the directory owner because they can track the popularity of a link and capture other statistics. They are, however, almost worthless for the site owner.

September 15, 2005 / Search Engine Optimisation

Google has launched a new type of search called Blog Search (no points for obscurity!). With people using blog software as an alternative to a proper CMS it’ll be interesting to see how Google works out what’s a blog and what’s a site.

September 7, 2005 / PHP & Web Development

For those of us who want to make a few extra bucks from our websites but don’t want the bother of chasing advertisers and hustling Google’s Adsense program is a blessing. You have alot of control over the ads, can block competitors and you have to do virtually nothing to get going.

August 20, 2005 / Directory Management
August 12, 2005 / Fun and SEO Games
July 21, 2005 / Other Stuff

The major forums seem to have nasty little threads popping up left, right and centre about corruption at DMOZ. It’s hard to believe there’s anything other than the occasional individual having a go, but some are claiming orchestrated campaigns.

June 11, 2005 / Search Engine Optimisation

I was just cruising my logs, as you do on a Saturday night 🙁 and noticed something strange. Try searching for something using lowercase type, then repeat it all in uppercase. Do yo uget the same results?