Posts Tagged ‘google’
Although announced back in November of 2009 (Site Speed, Google’s Next Ranking Factor), it seems like this update has been overlooked by most webmasters, site owners and a lot of SEO-ers. In a Webmaster Central Blog entry (Using site speed in web search ranking) dated Fri, Apr 9 2010, they finally made it official. So […]
Google has done it again. Once again they have re-invented internet search, and although the feature is too new to see trends (yet), my prediction is that it will become a raging success once people get the hang of it. But it also means this: While in the past search results were subject to the […]
Meanwhile pretty much everybody should be aware of phishing emails and how to spot them – no matter if they refer to your bank accounts (almost daily I receive emails asking to update my account information with banks I haven’t even heard of), your Paypal account, your ebay account, and most recently even your domain […]
The best things usually happen when you least expect them. Like today, when I’m innocently surfing and searching for servers. Dynamic Keyword Insertion sure has its pitfalls: Ooops.
This morning, I woke up to a frantic email forwarded to me from an AdWords client: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ From: Google AdWords [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 26 June 2008 11:29 To: [Client Name] Subject: Your ads have been suspended. ————————————– Dear Advertiser, We were unable to process your payment. Your ads will be suspended soon unless we can process […]