Posts Tagged "google"

Great Content or Lots of Links? 2

Great Content or Lots of Links?

Posted by on Mar 22, 2011

Here’s a video of Matt Cutt, who is a Google developer’s spokesman  He addresses a question I’ve heard many times before. He’s not being totally honest though. In his normal fashion...

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Another web site #1 on Google! 0

Another web site #1 on Google!

Posted by on Nov 14, 2010

One of our web sites,  the Florida Fishing Blog,  has made it to #1 on Google for the key phrase “Florida Fishing Blog“.  Not a lot of people search for this term but it is the targeted niche key...

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Web Sites on the First Page of Google

Posted by on Jul 5, 2010

Some times when your hard work pays off, it’s good to lean back and admire what you’ve done for a moment.  This post is one of those moments.  We’ve made learning how search engines work and...

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Google's Do Follow Blessing

Posted by on Jul 1, 2010

The rumors are that Google’s “no follow” crusade is back firing for them. If you believe the rumors, Google is having trouble finding content. Google has always been about incoming links, a...

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Another Search Engine Success

Posted by on Jun 13, 2010

We’ve had another search engine success with a new web site. This is a new web site, targeting a fairly competitive keyphrase: Florida Data Services.  It has done so with some success and again just...

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Google Challenged to Protect Privacy

Posted by on Dec 20, 2008

A watch dog group asked Google to put up or shut on the whole personal data storage issue. The nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog asked on Friday that Google give users of its search engine the ability to...

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