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,
While perusing the greatly improved performance reports for AdSense ads displayed on my websites I began to wonder whether a new option for AdSense would be valuable. I use AdSense to help me make money writing online with some of the various websites I publish.
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
The any-big-business-is-a-monopoly-and-that’s-bad-mmm-kay groups have been sharpening their knives recently and salivating over the thought of taking on Google in court. There’s just one little problem. Today, Hitwise reported that Microsoft’s Bing search engine accounted for 30 percent of search in March 2011. Granted, in order
For all of the flack that Windows Mobile 6.5 and its predecessors have taken, there is one area where the old cell phone version of Windows had something that Android mobile phones are missing. I had an HTC Touch for a few years. I’m not
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