Monthly Archives: August 2006

DMOZ Editor Charging $300 for Listings

DMOZ, the open content directory public directory, works through volunteer editors. Thousands of editors sift through submissions to their directory sections and try and edit a quality list of diretories. Over the years most search engines, notably Google, Yahoo and MSN, have used the DMOZ directory structure and content. Google especially uses DMOZ for its […]

Google Analytics Opens For Everybody

Brett Crosby, founder of Urchin and now Google Analytics Chief, announces open doors for Google Analytics subscriptions again. Google launched free web analytics service late last year. The service is based on the popular Urchin software acquired by Google in April 2005. Such was the popularity of the uptake that Google struggled to provide timely […]

Google Webmaster Tool: The Sitemap Submission

Google sitemap submission program keeps getting more interesting. It is becoming the best way to “talk to Google about your website results”. with the webmaster tool you can tell Google that and are the same out robots.txt files discover crawl errors that Googlebot saw see some spam penalties Vanessa Fox of the Google […]

What is Natural Linking ? Five Tips on Google Guidelines 3

The success of Google’s search algorithm centers round using inbound links to a website to judge its relevance and importance relative to a keyword. Over the years, SEO companies have come up with link building techniques to up their client’s websites in Google’s ranking. Google’s original algorithm is being manipulated by all these techniques, and […]