Technology bloggers and their tech media compatriots are infamous for proclaiming things revolutionary at seemingly random intervals. It seems that every new product or startup company signals the end of computing or networking or technology as we know it. These proclamations are based on nothing
Is Facebook’s new Like Button really a Google killer. Will the Likes of social networking prove more desirable and powerful than Google’s search engine rankings based upon number of links?
Google’s recent attempt to crack the social networking market comes courtesy of an ill-conceived service titled Google Buzz. The idea is that that Buzz provides similar status updates, and shared links, and so on, right inside of your Google email account. Of course, it is
We’ll consider this a micro-blog for now, as I don’t have the time here right at the month end for my freelance writing business to sacrifice the time to a longer post. How easy do you think it would be for Google and / or
Most companies not founded in the last five years, and those with a long-term eye on the future focus their branding efforts on differentiating themselves from the key words that describe their business, not the other way around like SEO demands. But, these companies managed to create search optimized brands without any SEO at all.
Microsoft’s vaunted Bing search engine can’t manage to provide the basic webmaster tools that website owners depend on. Maybe they should use Google Webmaster toools to find out that they have a broken link.