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Monthly Archives: August 2012
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Gmail Content To Appear In Your Search Results

Wow, this one is interesting, what do you think?   Google has been all about adding extra stuff to google search results for some time. Just think of Google plus profiles, videos images, to name just a few.  But now they are actually experimenting with including your gmail emails in your search engine results. GMail […]

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Organic SERP Entries Beats Paid Ones 94% TO 6%

Filed in the “I am not at all surprised by this” department, it looks like organic entries are beating out paid entires in the SERP’s by a huge factor. How many ads do you click? For me, virtually none (I am in the 94% percent). The other interesting thing? 68% of searchers clicked one of […]

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Stop ScreenScrapers Dead In Their Tracks!

This is an interesting article I found about stopping screenscrapers dead in their tracks. In a nutshell a screen scraper is usually some software that has been designed to copy your content and automatically upload it to the scrapers website. The theory being you have done all the keyword research and created the content, so […]

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Site Dashboard Improvements in Bing Webmaster Tools

So, when is the last time you loaded up bing webmaster tools? Be honest! Most people I’ve spoken to seem to think the search engine market space is 100% owned by Google, but there is healthy competition. You could do a lot worse than checking out their site dashboard, particularly now they have made some […]

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What To Do If You Get Your Facebook Account Hacked

Move to Google+. That is all…. Ok seriously, this is apparently an issue for more than a few people which given the number of people using Facebook is probably not surprising. Like a lot of problems, prevention is better than the cure, so some tips to ensure you don’t get hacked are. 1. Change your […]

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I’m a Game Programmer.. Well Sorta…

Back track to 1982, Young Tim then 18 writes his first commercial computer game “Simom” for the commodore 64. I got paid about $200 for it, if I recall it correctly, and it was a lot of fun. For some reason I got serious, got a job and basically stopped programming for fun. During the […]

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