Monthly Archives: May 2006
Recent newsletters showing people unhappy with Google SERPs, forums and colleges trying to analyze Google’s PageRank, tools that calculate Googles PageRank, theories on Google algorithms, theories on ranking strategies, anything good or bad about Google seems “Good for Google.” The latest news buzz is MSN’s proposed talks with Yahoo for a buyout or M&A. This would be a very interesting takeover, as the combined searches of MSN and Yahoo would be 33% of all online searches and Google would still lead with 49%, according to a Nielsen Net Ratings April 2006 report. This would […] SEO Image has launched a new tutorial for 301 redirects and canonical redirect programming for SUN, Windows IIS, Apache, ASP, .NET, and PHP. It’s official: As of 10:00 A.M. Pacific time on May 4, adCenter is live and in full production, traffic is at 100%, and anyone can register for an adCenter account! Google is now promoting the usage of FireFox on its home page. A trip to Google’s home page will turn up the FireFox browser showcased with a link to the download page. Seen as a strategic move against Microsoft in the never ending battle of search engine dominance.