Every Christmas, well wait. I’ve only been doing this for two years — the past two holidays had me thinking up of ways to give out personalized gifts that were affordable and consumable as well. I thought of doing a … More
Search Engine Herald is looking for a blogger to manage this site. He or she must have a passion for SEO / SEM and have a good command of the English language. For interested applicants, please proceed to www.b5media.com/jobs to … More
With the recent PageRank crack down on sites that sell links, how has this affected your blogs on the SERPs? Have you found other “Google friendly” means to monetize your site? There are so many brokerage programs out there that … More
Rather than filing a DMCA case, do you prefer to live at peace knowing that your site is being ripped? In a recent panel I was part of for a blog summit, the question of how to treat content rippers … More
Blog Herald coverage here and here.
The MSN Toolbar team have announced two plugins for the MSN Toolbar, the “Microsoft Phishing Filter Add-in” and the the “MSN Games Add-in”. More details here.
Google Inc. has announced that it hired Vinton (Vint) Cerf, the longtime technologist who is widely known as a “founding father” of the Internet, as Chief Internet Evangelist. “Vint Cerf is clearly one of the great technology leaders of our … More
Geico and Google has finally settled the trademark infringement suit thats been carrying on since May of 2004.
All the worlds a flutter as Google does its dance! PR and Backlinks are changing according to emerging reports. Nothing I’ve personally spotted, but others see it differently. It might not be an all nighter but something is definitely afoot. … More
Google has updated Google Maps to include the latest imagery of the devestation caused by Hurricane Katrina. Pics here. Seems to be only the city by itself at this stage, and oddly is been placed seperately to the rest of … More
After some reader feedback all Weblog Empire blogs are now supporting the effort by Save the Children to provide relief services to those suffering after following Cyclone Katrina. Banners are being run exclusively across the network at least for the … More
This is interesting. I’m waiting for the Google Hotel and Google car next :-) (AP) In its first significant expansion beyond the Internet, Google has bought advertising in a handful of technology-industry magazines and resold chunks of the space to … More
According to the Unofficial Yahoo Weblog, Yahoo! Mail is starting to roll out the result of a massive, retroactive reindexing of user mail and upgrade of Yahoo! Mail’s search tools. Who knows, it might be time to consider dusting off … More
Microsoft has bought into the VOIP market with the purchase of Teleo. The service is compatible with the SIP network, the same service Google is adding to its Talk product. Marketwatch has some more details but its apparently going to … More