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:: Content Rich Website

11/28/2006
Content rich means different things for different individuals, because what one person finds useful, another may not. Content rich is all about providing information that is considered valuable to your target audience. Information that visitors might find useful could consist of product or industry facts, statistics, reviews, tutorials, or educational information related to a specific industry.

Content Rich Websites

:: Competitive Edge

11/22/2006
The Shareware Promotions Blog which contains so much more than just marketing tips for software developers has posted its last entry. The blog which has become a favorite with online marketers is 2.5 years old. The decision was made to focus content in the Competitive Edge Newsletter. As much as I'll miss the daily blog I'm looking forward to reading the content in Competitive Edge.

:: Online Libel Protection Grows

11/22/2006
Websites that publish inflammatory information written by other parties cannot be sued for libel, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday.

The ruling in favour of free online expression was a victory for a San Diego woman who was sued by two doctors for posting an allegedly libellous e-mail on two websites.

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:: Software Growth

11/21/2006
Software market will double between 2003 and 2010.The market for large enterprise software is set to grow at up to nine per cent a year until 2010, but the software support service will suffer a slump in growth, according to market research company Ovum.

:: RSS Quiz

11/21/2006
You think that you have mastered the art of RSS, but how much do you really know? Take the RSS quiz to test your knowledge of RSS.

RSS Quiz

:: Protect Your Privacy Online

11/22/2006
What is Pound Privacy?

Pound Privacy is a campaign to create the first standard for search engine query privacy. The implementation is fairly straightforward: If you append the phrase "#privacy" at the end of a query on any search engine or site search, your query should not be tracked by IP or cookie, and should not be made public in keyword tools. It is that simple.

:: 20 Things I HATE About the Internet

11/20/2006
20 Things I Hate About the Internet
1. I really hate the fact that individuals can say whatever they want, regardless of whether it is true, there is no recourse for libel or slander because in many cases the posts are not in the same country as the person slandered.
2. I hate that the truth is becoming collective, or from those the most persistent. The popularity of wiki's and in particular wikipedia means that history is becoming fluid.
3. I hate that it is almost impossible to discern an online writer's credibility.
4. I hate that crime is allowed to flourish online.
5. I hate that the EU forces US companies to collect VAT on European sales. US companies don't benefit from the tax, yet they are forced to staff individuals to handle collection and submission of VAT taxes to European Governments.
6. I hate that U.S. legislatures passed a law that it is illegal for US citizens to remain anonymous on line yet pedophiles hide behind anonymity.
7. I hate that email is so impersonal and so easily misunderstood.
8. I hate that personal information on nearly any person is simply only a click away.
9. I hate that children see Internet pornography without even trying.
10. I hate that law abiding citizens are at a distinct disadvantage on the Internet.
11. I hate if you work at an Internet business your day does not end at 5:00.
12. I hate to be at Google's mercy for search engine ranking.
13. I hate that search engines are constantly changing their algorythms.
14. I hate that children know more about the Internet than their parents.
15. I hate that the Internet archives can store. Comments that may or may not be true for what could be an eternity.
16. I hate that the Internet is litered with junk sites and abandoned out of date content.
17. I hate that Internet obsession allienates the older generation.
18. I hate that Google so much power.
19. I hate that the playing field for small businesses on the Internet is no longer level.
20. I hate that clickfraud is a part of life if marketing on the Internet.

:: Vista Adoption

11/15/2006
A Forecast of Windows Vista Consumer Adoption, said about 12 million households will purchase Vista in 2007, a figure he expects to grow to 73 million by 2011.

:: A Look at Slogans

11/14/2006
When considering a slogan or a tagline, keep in mind your objectives. What image do you wish to portray? Slogans should be short, but not to the point of being pithy. Slogans should conjure positive images and distinguish the value your company or product provides.

A Look at Slogans

:: Beginners Guide to Digg

11/14/2006
ProNet posted a fabulous guide to digging at Digg! This carefully steps you through the process of social bookmarking using the Digg network.

:: Protect Your Reputation

11/14/2006
ReputationDefender.com searches the Internet for information that has been posted about customers. Working with you they identify inaccurate information and work to have it removed.

I would encourage everyone to use ego searches and monitor online chatter regardless of whether you wish to act on it you should know what is being said.

:: Answers.com buys FAQFarm for 2 Million

11/13/2006
Capturing user generated content has not been lost on Answers.com owners. They recently purchased the FAQFarm which is a collective topical wiki.

Answers Corp., the creators of search engine Answers.com, marked its first foray into the popular area of user-generated content by acquiring wiki-based community site FAQ Farm for $2 million. FAQ Farm, founded in 2002, has 280,000 questions and answers written and updated by its 100,000 registered users.

:: Paid Promotion of ReviewMe.com

11/13/2006
And as part of a limited-time promotional offer, Reviewme.com will pay bloggers to review Reviewme.com itself. Perhaps a clever ploy to avoid Google's aging delay and sandbox?

The model is actually quite interesting!

:: The Google Bubble Doomed to Burst?

11/13/2006
Could copyright infringements lead to the demise of the media giant?

Google Inc.'s video service faces at least one copyright infringement lawsuit, the company confirmed on Friday, and the Web search leader faces a separate subpoena tied to the service.

Investors are concerned that Google could be financially liable for videos appearing on sites it runs, while the company has said it did not face financial recriminations if it acts quickly to take down copyrighted material once alerted to it.

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:: TIME Magazine Looks at New Inventions

11/09/2006
TIME Magazine has bestowed YouTube with the honor of being the best invention for 2006.

The best transportation invention uses Hydrogen to run.

Check out all the best inventions.

:: New Alexa Competitor

11/08/2006
A new service launched to compete with Alexa. The site shows a general estimate of the number of people from the US who have visited the site. It shows the websites rank. The number of pages visited for each session and the average website stay.

New Service

:: Google Dynamic Indexing

11/08/2006
Google had struggled with indexing dynamically generated web pages has apparently changed some of their policies. They will now crawl a web page that has a URL with "&ID=". They do caution however to avoid excessive use of URL parameters. They recommend not exceeding one or two parameters in the URL.

:: 100 Million Blogs

11/07/2006
Online journals known as blogs and virtual shops for small businesses have pushed the number of websites past the 100-million mark, an Internet monitoring firm reported.


A survey by Britain-based Netcraft determined that the number of websites on the Internet climbed from 97.9 million in October to slightly more than 101 million in November.

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