Monthly Archives: November 2005

Searching for backlinks in Google

As we all know, this can be tricky. Only Google knows which one of your backlinks have been indexed by Google – but luckily there are ways to trick it into showing you a bit more than it would like …

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SEOChat removes rel=nofollow off the users’ sigs

I haven’t been to SEOChat since the mass exodus happened after the owners places “nofollow” on all the signature links. (For those unaware, this whole story is not so much about rel=”nofollow” on the links that are hard enough to …

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Evil Google Analytics

There has been a lot of talk on Threadwatch whether Google Analytics is to be considered evil and most people said it should be – here is some factual proof it is! If you have dug into Analytics beyond just …

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Comment spammers

Comment spam automation tools definitely need more logic to run more effectively (or some brains in the heads of those using them). Firing them off to just post anywhere that seems to be supporting posting just doesn’t cut it. For …

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Reasons for searching for Google Base?

Just checked my stats and noticed people coming over from searches for Google Base. Now, considering the recent news about the porn content there, I wonder what is the real reason people are looking for Google Base? Brings a whole …

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Adding links to my blog

I have been reading a good deal of other people’s blogs recently, and there are some blogs I tend to read regularly. Not all of them are necessarily Blackhat, many are just general SEO. In the meantime, I’ve been watching …

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Google Base experience shared

A I mentioned yesterday, I decided to play around with Google Base to see what it’s all about. Well, in theory, it has a good potential in my opinion and since the stuff you post there is, according to Google, …

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So I posted an ad at Google Base

Just to see what’s gonna happen. There’s been so much talk about Google Base recently since the moment it went live (or not-so-live, as some reported) that I just thought I have to try it out. So far, I have …

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Google’s new Sitemaps

Google has just added some changes to its Sitemaps. Some things there are interesting to note: 1. When you log in, in case you’ve been logged into any other Google services you use before, it asks you whether you want …

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One more terrible word – Shoposphere

Seems like everybody’s busy creating terrible sounding new words – the one I just ran into is Shoposphere, mentioned by SEW’s Chris Sherman in this post about Yahoo expanding its shopping search. I am not sure if this is the …

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