Private Blog Networks – May Be Improved, But Still Far From Perfect

In the last article I wrote about  link placement I said that private networks have gotten better, obviously some people took that out of context. I said some of them got better, not perfect. I wouldn’t pay it much thought but as I was following up on the Bruce Clay – UBL thing I went to look at one of the statements made by Bruce on Facebook SEO group.…

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What’s My IP Address

Google has been accused of going beyond simply showing search results and stepping into new niches. This time I have to thank them for doing a great job. I hated those “what’s my IP” websites loaded with ads and hidden agendas.…

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ACTA: new threat to the internet and how you can act

We wrote earlier last week about SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act)  and PIPA (Protect IP Act)  which have recently been dropped after massive internet protest, and now comes another global  movement that appear more dangerous. Here are some essential information and resources that you need to know about ACTA and how you can help.…

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Priceless

Spaceship Priceless

Image courtesy of ‘The Battle Clinic': http://sfc.battleclinic.com/docks/view.php?id=1676…

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Watch Where You Place Your Links

Hmm, watch where you place your links… ha? Can be taken as a solid advice for many things, shady sites, shady content surroundings, even utilizing the right position to place a link on your own pages. Also, it can be taken in context of placing links where no one will find them, including search spiders.…

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How Frequent Flier Programs Influence Air Fare Choices

The potential rewards of membership in a Frequent Flyer Program (FFP) can actually cost more in terms of airfare than non-membership. However, the widespread success of FFPs as marketing toosl for airlines worldwide attests to the popularity of the notion that flying more often on more expensive tickets is economical, because it leads to rewards such as free flights, merchandise and services.…

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New Design Options for Google+ Badges

We were waiting a fairly long time to have Google+ pages, there were quite a few disgruntled fellows regarding removal of brand name profiles before the implementation of pages, no one can blame them. After a while we got official badges for pages and our profiles that we could place on our sites, and they are quite good, interactive, help logged in users to place your pages or profiles in their circles directly from your website or +1 your page.…

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Google Webmaster Tools Improves Sitemap Reporting

If you have a large website it can be really hard to get all the pages fully indexed, especially the deep ones. That is why sitemaps are of great importance to our websites, large one especially. For faster indexing we submit our sitemaps to Google, so far the only things we could see in GWT included the number of URLs submitted in sitemap and errors.…

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