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On-page Google Adsense for Search

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 17, 2006

Found out the other day that Google has released a code for its Adsense for Search which allows publishers to display search results on-page (used to be off-page that pops out on a new browser window.) From the AdSense blog, they provided instructions on how to implement this. To use it, just choose the "Open results within my own site" radio button when you're generating your AdSense for search code. You'll also need to identify the page where you'd like to display your search results. We'll give you two sets of code: one for the search box, and one for…

Google Page Creator back online

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: February 27, 2006

After launching a Geocities 2.0 Page Creator service early last week, Google closed down sign-ups due to high demand. Now, it's back up again and with a vengence. Go grab one before they close down again and feel how it's like back in 1995 with Geocities. :D Here's mine: I remember Apple launched something like this in the last MacWorld Expo and called it iWeb. However, you need a .Mac account for that one. I don't see any really good use for it except being a potential target for exploits by spammers, scammers and phishers.

Blog Analysis Part II: Google Index

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: September 13, 2005

If you are to consider search engine referrals to your blog, you will need to look at how much of your site is indexed. To check that, you will just need to type this on Google search: "site:yourdomain.com" or in my blog's case, that's "site:yugatech.com" In the search results, you will see something like "Results 1 - 10 of about 22,400 from yugatech.com for . (0.22 seconds)" The number in bold is what we're looking here. We'll use Google as our primary specimen and see how much some of the favorite local blogs are indexed. yugatech.com - 22,4000 houseonahill.net -…

Epixtar won’t like their Google Finance page

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: June 20, 2006

Been getting a couple of hits from Google Finance in the last week so when I checked it out, I found this: Surely, Epixtar will not like that page. [tags]google, finance, epixtar, companies, blogosphere[/tags]

Page Strength Tool

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: July 13, 2006

SEO experts say that Google Pagerank is a thing of the past -- it's not that realiable as it was before of a true measure of a site's improtance. Hundreds of other factors play a role and most SEO professionals who really knows their stuff relies on these other factors. Marc shares with us this new tool by SEOmoz Page Strength Tool. SEOmoz's Page Strength tool is intended to serve as an alternative to Google's PageRank score in the toolbar, offering insight into how valuable, important and popular a site or page is as compared to others on the web.…

MetroDeal buys Bigalaang Lakad Fan Page?

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: June 1, 2011

New group-buying site, Metro Deal, buys popular Facebook Fan Page of "Buti Pa Ang Biglaang Lakad Natutuloy; Ang Planado, Hindi!" with over 500,000 fans. Ok we're not really sure if there's a sale but MetroDeal has already taken control of the FB Page since it launched. The biggest challenge for new group-buying sites is attracting new email subscribers, Twitter followers and Facebook Fans. The usual approach is to do ad campaigns on FB, Google Adwords and other ad networks which is very expensive, just like what Ensogo did. Buying an already popular FB Fan Page is definitely a cheaper and…

Google 2001 Search

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: October 2, 2008

In honor of Google's 10th year anniversary, they've brought back their oldest available index dated 2001. Google only had over 1.3 billion webpages indexed that time and it's a little nostalgic to do some ego-searching on that year. A search for "yugatech" in 2001 reveals my old website hosted on HyperMart.net. It was an "AnandTech" wannabe. Back then, .com domains were still $35 a year but there were at least two services that gave out free domains in exchange for free banner ads (via an ad bar) like NameDemo. My university-hosted page also shows up when searching for my name…

One Start Page to Rule them All!

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: March 12, 2006

We're seeing an avalance of Web 2.0 sites out there and besides the popularity of social bookmarking and news aggregator sites, a sizable number of them are vying for the title of the "Start Page of the Year". Lets take a quick peek: Start.com - Microsoft's laid-back effort at Web 2.0 Live.com - looking spiffy from a recent revamp but much better than Start.com (and why does MS have two of these?) Google Homepage - Google's attempt to look like Yahoo back in 1995,wanting more pageviews perhaps just to get back at MySpace? Protopage - full-featured but too cluttered, a…

Google is now under a new company called Alphabet

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: August 11, 2015

Yes, you've read that right. Internet search giant, Google, is now under a new company called Alphabet Inc. Alphabet is a technology holding company headed by Google's founders - Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It is a collection of companies with Google as the largest subsidiary. Google will still be the umbrella company for search, ads, maps, apps, YouTube and Android and the related technical infrastructure. However, other companies like Nest, Calico, Fiber, Google X, Google Capital, Google Ventures, and other incubator projects will now be managed separately from Google. As part of the restructure, Sundar Pichai will now be…

The Conversational Index

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: February 5, 2006

Stow Boyd talks about the Social Scale of Social Media and refers to it as the Conversational Index. Don Dodge further explaied that the "Conversational Index measures how much conversation is happening on a blog by comparing the number of Comments and Trackbacks versus the number of Posts. Meaning, there should be more comments and trackbacks than posts to show that it is a conversation, not a one way broadcast". Although the two computes the index in completely opposite directions of the scale, both basically has the same meaning and measurement. The formula is as simple as the quotient of…