On Potential Privacy Problems With Gmail Buzz Exposing Email Contacts
Before I logged into Google Buzz, I thought, Google cloning Facebook. But I was actually surprised that it was something more useful. And then I ran into this article about the privacy issues and it has me wondering.
Keyword grouping tool for PPC : A free keyphrase grouper by CampaignSniper
I was looking for a desktop keyword grouping tool and was amazed at how hard they were to find. Here is an online one with the source code. I am currently integrating the source into http://www.dir23.com
How to Use WordPress as CMS with Flutter Plugin |
This plugin will allow you to create an on the fly template for your Wordpress pages. Great tool and a tutorial along with it.
SEOmoz | Personalization of Google Results Creates a Huge Advertising Opportunity
It was a few years ago when I heard that Google was measuring clickthrough rate and adding it to their algorithm. I thought at the time that it wouldn't be long before spammers would be paying people to do searches and click specific links. Well I guess you don't have to pay others to click, just tell people to Google you during the Superbowl to find your site.
Universal Search Optimization 101 - Search Engine Watch (SEW)
SEO is more than just dealing with the text content. In order to maximize your potential on Google's first page, you need a plan that involves news, images, video and local search if they apply.
5 Powerful Ways to Use Google Reader’s Feed Creation Tool for SEO | Search Engine Journal
A few weeks ago, Google announced that you can track chances to any site with Google Reader whether they have a feed or not. What use is that you ask? Well, here are five creative uses of Google Reader for SEO.
Changing File Permissions « WordPress Codex
Wordpress file permissions - You don't need to know these if you use Fantastico or a one click install process for Wordpress. But if you are installing Wordpress manually, knowing these settings can be the difference between being able to do everything from changing file rewrites, installing plugins and themes and doing automatic updates from within the Wordpress admin and doing it the old fashioned way with FTP.</ul>
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