Archive for ‘Web & Technology’

WWW12 Conference: Transformation of the Social Web

This year the World Wide Web conference (or WWW12) is taking place in Europe (Lyon, France) . It was first conceived as an idea in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in Geneva while the first conference of the series was held in 1994.…

 

Social Media in 2012? It’s Not The Tools!

The most important things to remember – for 2012 and also for the next decade in the social web – are not even about cool tools.

 

How long should a blog post be?

So….you have a website, you sell a product or a service, people are coming to your site, but you have been told that you need more ‘fresh content’ to rank better and more to the point, to keep them coming back.…

 

Test Your Website With Free Google Usability Tips

Have you ever wondered how effective your website is? In “Website User Research and Testing On The Cheap,” Google webmasters offer some help [1].…

 

Downloading Search Query Data

After many years of demand by the SEO and webmaster community, Google has finally given us an API option to download search query data from Google Webmaster Tools.…

 

Sydney Photos by Tourists and Locals

Here is an example of smart data visualisation. An image of Sydney published on Flickr by Eric Fischer indicating differences between where tourists and locals choose to take photos from…

 

Multilingual Content Markup now Active in Google

Google added another link markup that will help webmasters stay away from the duplicate content issue, we are talking about multilingual content markup[1]. This can work in two examples, first one is different variations of the same language, like UK and US English or for websites featuring different languages.…

 

Common Crawl: The Open Search Engine

 Somewhere in the IP range between 38.107.191.66 and 38.107.191.119 lurks a fresh new bot, crawling and weaving an open web free from the shroud of mystery and secret algorithms of Google and Bing. …

 

Applying Random Surfer Model to Peer-to-Peer Network Distribution

Author: Dan Petrovic, http://dejanseo.com.au

Digital information preservation is a hot topic and a fertile ground for many bubbling solutions and models in both practice and theory. One of the emerging issues revolves around the fact that there is more information being produced today than we’re able to store and analyse, not to mention attempts at prioritisation and archiving.…

 

Google Analytics: Removing Search Query Data

Yesterday Google released an article on the official Google Analytics blog [1] outlining a new change to the reporting of organic traffic which was rolled out at the same time as the article. Basically, Google claims that they are now trying harder to “protect” their users by no longer reporting the organic query terms of anyone who is logged into their google.com account.…

 

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