Why? That would probably be as a way to help them to override the link buyers. I am not sure whether they can figure out algorithmically a link is paid or not. Recently they updated the Webmaster Guidelines to include Continue reading Why should I report paid links to Google?
Hey, we all knew that. What on earth made the official confirmation get prolonged till date? No clues. But anyway it’s rolled out today. You can read the official confirmation from Google Blog, and from the FeedBurner Blog. If you’re Continue reading First Official Confirmation on Google Buys FeedBurner
New! View and manage your web history Did you noticed the new option when you search using your Personalized searches – when you sign in using your google account and do a seach – in the Right Top side. New! Continue reading iGoogle and the Google’s Search History feature
Last year (November, 2006) kichus posted Google, Live and Yahoo were joining hands together to support the Sitemap Protocol on a jointly-maintained site sitemaps.org. Today they moved one step further, joined with Ask in supporting the same and they made Continue reading Google, Yahoo!, Live and Ask.com unites to Support Sitemap Autodiscovery
Google Sponsored Listings changed the way the Top Ads display. According to the Adwords team official announcement, there are two main changes they implemented today. The first change is only applicable for the Top Ads which are shown at the Continue reading Two Display changes in AdWords Ad Listings, Today
Google Mobile search is Open to all: They were testing it from ages and now they made it open to everyone. You can find it here http://www.google.com/m?uipref=3 and can be accessible using any of your mobile browsers. You can have Continue reading New Mobile Search Options from Google and Yahoo
Good news for the Google Advertisers and probably a bad one for the Publishers, especially for the MAF (Made For Adsense) site owners. Google launched Pay Per Action Beta today. Initially this is a limited launch for their US only Continue reading Google Pay Per Action Beta Launched in US
Nowadays if you are taking the Keyword Density reports for popular SEO forums, you may be seeing a significant raise in the Ratio for phrases like “Google Index Updates”, “Google SERPs refresh”, “Google data refresh”, “my ranks went down”, “my Continue reading What exactly is going on in the Google SERPs?
We have been using the Google Sitemap from a year around, ever thought about why the other Search Engines can’t support it? No need to worry more, they (Google, Yahoo and MSN Live.com) are joining hands together to support the Continue reading Google, Yahoo and Live Search to Support Sitemap
Happy news for all the Webmasters, after the recent Google Algorithm update they’d removed the sentence -“Don’t use “&id=” as a parameter in your URLs, as we don’t include these pages in our index”- from their Webmaster Guideline page.