I know this is old news (28 March), but since i already considered Zeal futile, i haven’t went there for a long time (despite me beeing a zeelot too, and i can’t say how much time i spent to take those freekin’ two tests)
Letting aside the small players, even Verisign is buying links (not just any, but PR10 links, in Statcounter, left side module) for their PR and keyword weight ? Or is that just a Statcounter “move”, to hide the “action” from the bots ?
From the MSN Search Blog, we learn that with the current reports from webmasters (and DMOZ corruption and other points), they have decided to make the description of the websites in their serach results, optional.
Have a look at the ads that i just saw 2 minutes ago in the header of this blog. They are your standard AdSense for content, Text and Image ad unit, 728×90 leaderbord format.
So each and every one of you who found this .edu free directory, Grand Canyon University Web Resources (my ass, and more like Grand Canyon University SPAM Resources), think again about submitting your website there.
The Google Sitemaps team (Vanessa Fox, Google Engineering) admits that Google has bugs for the site: operator.
So i had to do an official test on this.
Two webpages, with the same (to the bit) content in them, named :
I would recommend you to browse trough these romanian blogs. From internet marketing to branding and management :
Just launched Webotopia, a paid Business Directory.
I’m pretty excited about it, i have to admit, because i had a great team on it.
It’s a place where one can see the evolution of the “X” word (versus “Y” word) from 2004 up until now.
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