Category Archives: Search

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Google Says Cheating OK?

Read between the lines on a recent NY Times article and you’ll see Google admitting that buying paid links, supposedly a violation of its Webmaster Guidelines, is just fine, as long as it doesn’t work out for you. This NY Times article shows, yet again,

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Yahoo Sells Off Delicious

A screen that popped up when I tried to log onto Delicious today says that Yahoo has sold off the popular Internet bookmarks website to a new company called AVOS, which is apparently from the founders of YouTube. Ever since Yahoo’s business strategy was leaked

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How Google Panda 2 Update Hit eHow and Others

Earlier this year, the webmaster, online publisher and SEO communities were abuzz with news of a major Google algorithm update. Although Google claimed less 15 percent of websites were affected, legions of web publishers and search engine optimization experts took to forum, blog posts, and

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Key To Successful Android App Development

Want to be a successful developer on the Android platform? There may be one major factor you are overlooking in your software business strategy. Top 5 Keys To a Successful Android App It can be moved to the SD card. It can be moved to

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New Color in Microsoft Security Essentials: Gray?

If you use Microsoft Security Essentials as your anti-virus tool, you may have started feeling uncomfortable after a recent update to MSE changed the background color from blue to gray. Apparently, according the unmoderated Microsoft Answers website, there is a new color scheme for Microsoft

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NY Times Exposes More Google Spam

The New York Times has another high profile article exposing how Google is broken.  The article notes that JC Penny ranked #1 in Google search results pages for numerous terms during the lucrative shopping season thanks mostly to numerous paid links. Both the writer and