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Post Posted: June 9th, 2004, 12:28 pm

Hi, I've implemented a type of communication server for my clients, whereby they get a login and password, and then post messages on the server. Each time a message is posted, an email get sent out notifying everyone of the new message (much like in this forum). However, about 30% of my clients don'...

Post Posted: June 9th, 2004, 12:22 pm

In pseudocode you would need something like this:

1. t = Read next time to update from a file
2. If time to update, then
2a. randomize your text, write this to file "randtext"
2b. write next update time to file (t + 3 hours)
3. Read and display "randtext"

Post Posted: May 22nd, 2004, 3:51 pm

The other advantage about having "-" in your domain name is that if someone links to you with: 1) Go visit 2) Go visit In the case of (1), your domain maps to keywords in the anchor text, whereas in (2) their anchor text won't help you with your keywords.

Post Posted: May 22nd, 2004, 3:44 pm

Hmm...Google might make a lot more money from advertisers if they counted the links! But then website-owners would also hesitate putting outbound links on their site too...

Post Posted: May 22nd, 2004, 3:43 pm

It happens sometimes --- remember that your page will be indexed when google spiders the link to your page. While google might spider one site every 3 days, that means it can take anywhere from a few seconds to 3 days to get indexed. I've also had sites/pages indexed that I never linked to, and I wo...

Post Posted: May 12th, 2004, 2:54 pm

And then forget about it. You'll know eventually if you got indexed by checking your backlinks on the update...much nicer to be surprised by a result than waiting every day!

Post Posted: May 12th, 2004, 1:55 pm

You might want to edit your first line, you put in "nitrigude" instead of "nigritude" ;)

Post Posted: May 5th, 2004, 4:21 pm

I don't think its that bad. If it's really what your site is about, then it's fair enough, but the SE _do_ say that whatever you don't do for your users and do only for the benefit of the SE is considered spam. So if you feel like there's no real way for you to justify it, then if it gets reported a...

Post Posted: May 5th, 2004, 4:17 pm

I concur!

Post Posted: April 26th, 2004, 6:19 am

But it doesn't work when someone clicks on a URL from their hotmail account and then tries to login...their password is validated, but it doesn't seem that the session variables are there anymore. Here's the simplified code: [code]if (!$submit) { // standard login fields and submit butt...

Post Posted: April 25th, 2004, 5:03 am

Yikes. Google has gone public now, and it looks like they've got plenty of ideas for global domination -- gmail is sure to be hit! It already looks like a better deal than hotmail and yahoo mail...

Post Posted: April 25th, 2004, 4:55 am

Adsense have done a pretty good job with it, except that it takes 2 days before you can see the channel data!

Post Posted: April 22nd, 2004, 9:36 am

OK - I've narrowed down the problem -- the sessions variables work if I move from page to page via a link (i.e. a href='newpage.php'), but they DON'T work when I used the PHP Header function to redirect. e.g.
Code: [ Select ]
header("Location: newpage.php");
What do I have to d...

Post Posted: April 22nd, 2004, 8:42 am

I'm having the same problem! Except that it works on my localhost, but not on my server! As far as I can see, phpinfo() returns all the same results, except that my server is linux and my localhost is NT. Apart from that, the session variables are set to save in the /tmp directory on my server, rath...

Post Posted: April 20th, 2004, 3:47 am

You'll be fine with less than 50 reciprocal links, probably good until about 100. After that, I know that some sites have been penalized or even banned by google --- if you think about it, what are the chances that EVERY site you link too, links back, with few other sites that don't link to you? Of ...

Post Posted: April 19th, 2004, 4:51 pm

Thanks for that --- I'm glad you posted it, because honestly I didn't spot that at all. I'm actually surprised it works so quickly!

Post Posted: April 19th, 2004, 4:45 pm

One link on a single PR 6 page could go for about $25/month as a good price, as long as there are less than 10-20 other outbound links on the page, so you should be able to get around 250/month for a PR 6 page. Bear in mind though, if you sell too many links its likely your PR will drop because your...

Post Posted: April 13th, 2004, 10:38 am

That's bizarre. I don't know why google would (or should) count its own adword links as "votes". They would probably count for other search engines though (like Yahoo now), unless they explicitly filter google ad links.

Post Posted: April 8th, 2004, 2:52 pm

So have you noticed more sales already with its inclusion on the homepage? I know its been a day...but I'm curious, and I'm not going to remember to post this at a later date ;)

Post Posted: April 8th, 2004, 2:50 pm

Did I only just notice this, or has google been doing this for ages? When you search for 'widget', the SERPS return results with the term 'widget' highlighted, even if its part of Same goes to multiple words, a search for "widget word" or "widget-word" will also highlig...

Post Posted: April 8th, 2004, 2:44 pm

I went down this month too (so far). Was wondering, do the SERPS update a few days later? Or is this it? Because the PR may be bouncing around, the search results aren't. Are the major SERPS updates done?

Post Posted: April 3rd, 2004, 3:22 am

I think beefcakejcc was also asking whether it is best to split up your site into more independent domains, or keep the topic-related pages under the same site (that would have a bigger PR and more inbound links pointing to one site). I don't know the answer to this, but would be interested if anyon...

Post Posted: March 28th, 2004, 7:36 am

Thanks a lot rtm223! After searching the net for some time, I eventually figured out a version that uses
Code: [ Select ]
but I was next going to ask if that was compatible across browsers other than IE. But of course...

Post Posted: March 28th, 2004, 6:45 am

Me again, slightly related to my previous post. What happens to the following when the user doesn't have javascript enabled?
Code: [ Select ]
<tr onclick="window.location.href='newpage.html'"><td>click here
I suppose then nothing would happen, so is there an alternative...

Post Posted: March 28th, 2004, 6:40 am

Hi, So I can do some easy stuff like this:
Code: [ Select ]
so that when the mouse goes over that particular table row, its background color changes. But how do I actually get a DIFFERENT table row to change its colors when I go over on...

Post Posted: March 28th, 2004, 5:17 am

Musik - where/when did you link from to your sites?

Post Posted: March 28th, 2004, 4:57 am

I think it's most likely used as a statistical tool for measuring performance. Imagine typing in a popular search term, and then seeing what the votes are like for your top 10 results. If the 1st few sites have better ratings than your lower ranked sites, then it could mean that google is ranking se...

Post Posted: March 10th, 2004, 6:27 am

So it looks like Google is still doing the backlinks thing, but maybe its new strategy is simply to stop updating the toolbar and see if that stops spammers.

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:46 am

Anyone got an idea? I think we missed the February backlinks update entirely, unless I really missed something all by myself. I did notice a SERPS update, but PR has been the same for a while now.

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:44 am

You might be heading into intellectual property here, I'm not sure anyone is going to be willing to give up their crack of google's algorithm here :roll:

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:41 am

Erm. I don't get it. I must have completely missed the Google Booble thing --- I'm assuming that Booble copied Google, which made Google upset at Booble. It couldn't possibly be that Booble was upset at Google, could it!!!??!??

I think I just like saying Google. And Booble.

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 3:15 pm

Thanks guys, I checked with my server host, and they require that I inform them which hosts are allowed access to the database. Hopefully, when the time comes, they'll actually go and set it up for me... At least its not something I can do something about (for the mo), but the advice/info is definat...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 10:31 am

Thanks a lot! I'll look into those. In the meantime, I've been trying to connect to mysql with the following command: mysql_connect (localhost, "myUserName", "myPassword"); which works fine, but is it possible to access the mySQL database from a php script running on a different server than the one ...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 8:44 am

Hi, I've got Apache running on my local machine (Windows XP Professional), which is great for trying out all those php scripts, but now I'm ready to get into more mySQL heavy code, but I don't actually know how to setup a mySQL server that I can access on my localhost. Does anyone know how to set th...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 8:39 am

I agree --- it's not so much how/what you do, but the fact that you get around to doing it. In the end, its just those who work the hardest that get to the top. There is a chance of getting somewhere quicker, but that's more likely to be short rather than long term...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 8:36 am

Free, yes -- but will they ever get round to considering it!?

Anyone tried the free submit yet?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 10:05 am

Yup! In case you were wondering why this site advertises generic viagra...that's why ;)

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 10:22 am

I'm not entirely sure what your question is - are you asking why your rankings have dropped, or why your alexa ranking has improved? Lot's of answers for google stuff can be found in this forum. As for Alexa, the rankings it displays for any site under 100,000 is statistically inaccurate, so it's ve...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 5:23 pm

Hey RichB,

Thanks for the thread, I had a hunch it wasn't possible :cry:

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 5:09 pm

If I were a google/search engine engineer, and I saw any kind of redirection code on the page, I'd probably penalize it because any kind of redirection means that the page itself is not the right one.

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 4:48 pm

Hi everyone, This is currently getting me pulling my hair out. I want to be able to call a function on a page from a page within an iframe on that page. e.g.: Parent document ( [code]<script language="Javascript"> function test() { alert('test works');...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 10:03 am

Before the last google update I was almost convinced that some kind of topic sensitive algorithm was playing a part (i.e., the topic of the sites linking to you). But after this last one, it doesn't seem to matter too much where the links are coming from.

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 10:00 am

What actually is an RSS feed? (Obviously, I'm not the one to help you, but I'm curious now)

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 8:44 am

October and November marked big changes in search results, and this was actually a time where I think google was trying to limit the effects of spamming on search results by affiliate sites, through which I expect google gets a lot of revenue. Many, many 'spammy' type sites were dropped from high ra...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 1:33 pm

Check it out, the Elmer Fudd search in Google:

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 8:57 am

That's a good tip, thanks! I didn't realize you could 'subtract' entries from google's searches.

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 8:54 am

Has anyone noticed that some newer links in dmoz aren't showing up in Google's directory yet? I think this has been going on for a while, any ideas on when it's going to be showing up again? Or if Google is abandoning the dmoz directory?

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 8:52 am

That's right, if you can, get both. Looking at a bunch of search results, I don't really see a dominance in hyphen-urls and nonhyphenurls. If you really want to find out, I guess you could buy both domains and see which one comes out on top given equal links to them ;) Let us know of any results if ...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 8:48 am

So now we've had Florida, Austin, and Brandy -- where does the name Brandy come from? Any theories on what changes have been added/removed to Google's ranking algorithm?

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 5:37 am


I was wondering, because I know it is possible, how I could implement a simple page that plays a sound whenever someone accesses a page on a particular site.

Post Posted: February 15th, 2004, 7:41 am

Unfortunately, for now you'll only be able to legally access PR information via Google's own toolbar, which is supported only under windows, and also, it seems, only for IE.

Post Posted: February 15th, 2004, 7:40 am

That's right, you can add your search time anywhere behind or in front of that statement,e.g.,

Code: [ Select ] your search terms


Code: [ Select ]
your search terms

Post Posted: February 12th, 2004, 8:35 am

Google apocalypse? You mean, the end of Google?

Considering google dominated the market within 3 years, anything can happen in the internet world, but google has the advantage that everybody loves it. So I would say no google apocalypse for now.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 9:16 am

I'm not sure exactly what you mean by deep crawl, as Google crawls pages on a constant, on-going basis. You might mean backlinks update, in which case it should be coming pretty soon (say about 10-14 days), but really, its anybodies guess because right now google is going through some bigger changes.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 9:13 am

You can also see which keywords were used to find your page: look for something like this: and what follows should be more details of the search. Bear in mind though not all log files are setup to include a list of referrers. You should also see googlebot somewhere in yo...

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 9:09 am


First of all, good luck with the project.

I tried it on a few searches, though I'm not sure the quality of results was all that good for single keywords, but have yet to try it out on multiple keywords. I was wondering, why have you excluded Google's search results?

Post Posted: February 9th, 2004, 2:50 pm

I think google's policy for ads is that they shouldn't be on any pages that offer no content, or on personal pages such as guestbooks. One reason the ads might not show up, is because the word guestbook is in your domain, but with the ?entry=0 it might not trigger the guestbook filter in the google ...

Post Posted: February 8th, 2004, 5:46 am

Hi Melanie, glad to hear you've overcome one of your biggest problems :) Duplicate content could be considered a problem, especially if the site design/code is a direct copy. Why not just stick with one, and put a note on the other that the page has moved? Or at the least, try changing the content e...

Post Posted: February 8th, 2004, 5:36 am

I gave it a try too, but I think what's happening is that when you type the space after the link, then what you're actually doing is SEARCHING for the words "link:" and "". You can tell its doing this because the words "link" are "" are bolded in the search results. e...

Post Posted: January 29th, 2004, 12:50 am

Great post!

A good way to use the allinurl command is to find out how many of your sites' pages have been indexed by Google (or of other sites).

like this:

(at time of post, this gave 1 of 41900 pages)

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 6:00 pm

I would agree with Unflux --- although it might be a little time-consuming for one person to check against all the posted topics, a new topic posted is less-time consuming for the individual but more time-consuming for everyone in general. I don't object to someone posting a new topic if they feel l...

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:44 pm

You don't even need to register your URL with google. If you can get a few pages that are already indexed in Google to link to you, Google usually picks up your site pretty quick.

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:42 pm

An alternative is to find a site that you think offers relevant content, and ask them to post your ads (either monthly fee or PPC). If you have a morgage company, then I expect you can invest something because of high returns if you do get a visitor to your site!? Consider it this way: for every 100...

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:38 pm

I think you mean that you get Google hits and you want to redirect to someone who will pay you for the traffic. The Google adsense program requires you to actually have content on your page, and then someone has to click on the ad, so that might not work for you depending on what your pages look lik...

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:31 pm

There's a page somewhere that lists all their past logo designs, though in browsing the site I haven't been able to find it, but I know its there somewhere!

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:29 pm

The potential risk with link exchange systems, is that if Google knows about it, then chances are all links coming from a link-exchange system will be filtered, which won't give you any boost at all.

Post Posted: January 23rd, 2004, 12:27 pm

An easy way is like this:


And that should list the number of results found that match your domain name.

Post Posted: January 16th, 2004, 5:41 pm

Don't panic for now, it can take a month or two before your PR is back to normal when you change a filename/url.

Post Posted: January 16th, 2004, 5:40 pm

The drawback is you'll be removed from the Google index forever. If you're not performing well in google with a site, then I guess you have nothing to lose, so go ahead. But...bear in mind if you start performing well, you have a good chance of losing it again. It's almost a catch 22, so I'd recomme...

Post Posted: January 16th, 2004, 5:38 pm


And where did you originally pick up this song!!??

Post Posted: January 13th, 2004, 7:00 pm

You could try sending google an email and ask them nicely to put your site back in. Make sure your site is 100% spam free though. I'm not sure if there is another way, in the most extreme case you'll have to change domains...

Anyways...good luck!

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:40 pm

I think in the November 2003 update Google attacked this problem and many sites were thrown from top positions. So personally, I would say they have a way of doing it. How? If only we knew...

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:36 pm

I think I prefer it when search results listings are linear. It becomes too overwhelming when things are organized graphically, and you can't read page descriptions that easily! I think the human mind shouldn't be underestimated in terms of how quickly it can filter irrelevant information :)

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:31 pm

I checked it out --- it's really not bad at all! I like the additional options on the side, although the frame-based preview stuff on results doesn't make too much sense for me at least. I'm also comparing search results --- I'm not sure of their quality. A few terms I've tried in the academic circl...

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:25 pm

I would also pass. Webhosting really doesn't cost that much, so why not just do it for yourself? If you're unsure about the monthly costs, then it why would someone else spend them for you?

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:22 pm

What you could do, of course, is setup your own affiliate links account so that they link to your website. Amazon does this, and profits immeasurably in the search rankings.

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 11:13 pm

PR 5 from guestbooks!? That must have been quite a few, or you found some really nice ones ;)

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 10:59 pm

You might also want to check against how competitive your keywords are. Chances are, that adult site keywords are already completely saturated, so it WILL be more difficult to get ranked than your hobby site. DVD is also a big keyword with hundreds of people going for top positions in rankings --- j...

Post Posted: January 11th, 2004, 10:55 pm

I'm not actually familiar with the .name extension yet. What do you mean by the new email system with .name words and why is this relevant for Google?

Post Posted: January 5th, 2004, 2:39 pm

That looks like a good SEO resource, thanks BMW!

Post Posted: January 5th, 2004, 2:35 pm

I think the easiest test with search engines is to use your view->source code (if you happen to be on IE). Usually, include files from Perl or PHP should generate the webpage code server-side, so accessing the page will just result in pure HTML code visible to the browser (and thus search engine)...

Post Posted: January 5th, 2004, 2:26 pm

Not really...I think the closest thing to google adwords is Overture or eSpotting.

Post Posted: January 2nd, 2004, 1:02 pm

Hi ObjectsSearch,

Would you mind giving us a quick spin on its main features and advantages!? I checked it out quickly, but only a few search results turned up, so I was wondering how you generate your results and whether you index the web yourself.

Post Posted: January 2nd, 2004, 12:57 pm

The reason your site is picked up quickly and then disappears after a while is called Google's 'Freshbot' --- it scans the internet for new pages, and whenever there is one gives it a temporary boost to the rankings, but expect that boost to die down after a period of about 2 weeks.

Post Posted: January 2nd, 2004, 12:53 pm

Hi gkboomus, I used to occasionally use a program called "1-click rankings", so you could Google that, although I think now the software is either not freely available, or part of a bigger package. For instant gratification, you could check out although tha...

Post Posted: December 28th, 2003, 5:02 pm

I think if you put their search engine text input field on your site, and whenever someone searches from your site you get some credit. It might also be on the condition that the user also clicks on an ad generated by the search engine. I can't imagine that you'd get much revenue at all unless you'r...

Post Posted: December 27th, 2003, 8:30 am

Sometimes it helps just to uninstall the toolbar and reinstall it --- for whatever doesn't take long to try, and on windows this seems to be a frequent practice to solve problems :roll:

Post Posted: December 27th, 2003, 8:26 am

I have to agree. Although I'm fairly new here, I've been reading through a lot of this forum and it really does give the impression people are out to help. So well done to all the nominees!

Post Posted: December 25th, 2003, 10:11 am


took a look at your site and it looks like a great resource! Well done! Unfortunately, its not worth much to many people who aren't in Hull, but I figure you could get decent sponsoring from the local shops/restaurants/etc. for advertising if you haven't already.

Post Posted: December 25th, 2003, 10:05 am

Overuse of keywords in meta-tags could also be considered spammy, so keep them to a minumum if you're going to use them. e.g., don't fire the keyword list full of "spam, spam spam, spams, spammers, heavy spam, light spam"...

Post Posted: December 25th, 2003, 10:00 am

I would just put small text links at the bottom of your page --- it's pretty standard fare for most sites, doesn't look bad, is often useful, and is search engine friendly.

Post Posted: December 23rd, 2003, 2:18 am

I don't think cross-linking is considered bad at all. Everything is fine as long as its done in moderation --- extensive amounts of cross-linking will eventually appear artificial (e.g. 1000 links out to pages that each link back), in which case they would be penalized as artificially trying to boos...

Post Posted: December 23rd, 2003, 2:14 am

I think no-one has answered this post because its all just speculation as to what the correct answer is. Also, I think the correct answer would change occasionally from Google-update to google-update. If I _were_ to hazard a guess though, I'd say the importance for the above points would be: 3, 2, 1...

Post Posted: December 23rd, 2003, 2:08 am

If you have really good content, chances are someone, somewhere, will link to you if your page is of general interest, or specific to their content. Usually, if you have a site, you should know of a few others that match interest, in which case you could link to them first, and then ask them nicely ...

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 10:19 am

There's actually a book called "Google Hacks" from which the website may be based (or vice-versa). A friend of mine had it, and it had some cool tricks in it. They'll probably end up teaching google hacks to kids in schools soon... :roll:

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 10:13 am

Google Adwords Pluses: Gets a lot of traffic fast Google Adwords Minuses: Traffic ain't cheap Google Adwords plus: You can really optimize which keywords should display your ads, so you can actually reduce what you pay per click if you're more interested in finely targetted traffic. Bottom line for ...

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 10:07 am

I think as long as you're on the 1st page, traffic is pretty decent. Of course, getting #1 is best, and although its hard to say for sure, my 'feeling' is that it'll get you a good 20-50% more hits than, say, position 5 or 6, but not double or triple. People really do read down the results when they...

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 10:03 am

Alexa's really cool, though a little unreliable for any sites ranking under the 100000th traffic rank. Unfortunately, I find the search query response time really slow, and since it just uses Google's results, who'd want to use it instead?

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 10:00 am

I would say, if you want to do a search engine, then aim it at a niche market and get results coming up that are REALLY good for that particular niche, better than any other search engine out there. At this point, I definately wouldn't go for an all-encompassing SE and compete head-on with Google, Y...

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 9:55 am

Personally, I wouldn't bother. Very little traffic comes from 99% of search engines out there that aren't Yahoo, Google, MSN, etc., and typically, if you are linked to from another page that is indexed by a search engine already, then you will be too eventually. Submitting to directories may be a li...

Post Posted: December 21st, 2003, 9:52 am

Hi DavyDuke, As long as someone is linking to you, and they are either already indexed in search engines or are in turn are linked to by someone who is indexed in a search engine, the search engine will eventually get around to including you. Of course, the amount of time for the SE to get around to...

Post Posted: December 20th, 2003, 1:02 am

I was wondering if people had any new thoughts on Google since the last controversial update.

The florida update at least showed that Google will undergo drastic measures to fight spam, but aren't immune to the occasional slip-up.

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 7:33 am

It's likely not only the number of backlinks is important, but also, from how many different servers those backlinks come from. i.e., getting 1000 backlinks from one server might not be as good as getting 100 from 100 different servers.

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 4:22 am

I think that some special characters don't display correctly for search results pages on some computers/browsers. At least in my experience, rather than the special character being displayed, there's a question mark or a rectangle that gets display instead, which looks pretty bad.

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 4:19 am

Wow, thanks for the link to, I didn't realize they had a forum up! How long has that been available? That's incredibly useful, thanks!

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 4:12 am

I think depth has more of an indirect influence rather than being calculated as a particular factor by Google. I think Google is quite happy to crawl a site that is many pages deep, as long as the site has a high page rank and is linked to from many sources. For instance, a direct link from an exter...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 4:09 am

diddo --- I'm not a fan of frames, I'd much rather scroll down the whole page rather than fiddling about with scrollbars inside scrollbars etc. Just to rehash the frames debate, I think Google is now able to navigate them (at least I see backlinks reported from pages that contain pages within frames).

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 4:04 am

Are you assuming that trading links will boost your search engine results too? Or is your motivation to share visitors? In the first case, you would most likely benefit from a slight improvement in rankings and resulting search engine traffic. In the second case, I personally wouldn't trade a link w...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:59 am

Maybe they all started with the intention to draw Googly eyes in the 'oo' :lol:

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:56 am

I agree that Google probably uses IP addresses for websites rather than the actual server names. It makes sense if you think about it: an IP address for one is an efficient way to store a site's name, and at the same time, also lets you know which sites are stored on the same servers and potentially...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:47 am

I've definately noticed geotargetting, you could email someone you know in Germany or wherever and check for you.

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:44 am

I'm not sure how irrelevant Google's indexing is compared to before. Google had one big problem, and that was spam in highly competitive keywords (like credit cards) where the results were quite simply terribly spammy. At least now, some results show non-profit sites that actually display informatio...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:38 am

I'm interested in the DMOZ debate --- whether it makes a difference getting listed or not. I _feel_ like getting listed is a boost, because the source for the link is quite reliable and it would be pretty simple for Google to give additional weight to its anchor text. If I was a Google engineer, I w...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:32 am

So here's a question: if its bad to link to a bad neighborhood, which I think its fairly safe to assume, then is it bad to link to a page that links to a bad neighborhood? Let me make this clearer and just put a few definitions up for the sake of discussion. Bad neighborhood: A website that has been...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:23 am

Hi Bompa, You've got a great series of posts going on here, its much appreciated and I would also like to stick to the facts when trying to figure out what makes Google tick. Your link exchange sounds interesting. I also agree that it doesn't really matter where PR comes from, but I consider it dang...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:07 am

I get most traffic from Google, but it really depends on the site. Some smaller sites get about 15% traffic and growing from repeat visitors, since I believe most traffic should ultimately be coming from people coming back for more. But, in terms of indirect hits, its: Google 87% MSN 8% Others 5% I ...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2003, 3:02 am

Hello everyone,

Have you all noticed Froogle yet? Google may have purposely coincided their introduction of Froogle with the advent of the now infamous Florida-update spam filters (which have recieved much criticism on the quality of search results).

Any thoughts!?
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