Well, this Tuesday’s newbytes brings updates on the latest ongoings on InvestorBlogger dot com. But first some recent stories that you may have missed: Panasonic, Prada and Perspectives: Change isn’t that hard, is it? E-commerce: Why are some sites so unfriendly to customers? Carnival of Making Real Money 9th Edition – January 20th, 2008 Is Alexa a REALRANK?… Read More »
Guerrilla Marketing Your Blog I discovered a wickedly easy way to use Google’s new sharing feature to attract readers… I shouldn’t reveal it all here. But it’s so obvious that I can’t figure out if anybody else thought about it. Here’s what you do: 1. Sign up for a Gmail Account and import your contacts; 2. Activate the… Read More »
Since yesterday’s post on Alexa and whether it really works , today we’re turning our attention to PageRank, though I hardly need to introduce it here. I’ve already written about it in a number of posts this past few months. You can search the archives to find out more about it… PageRank: Arbitrary but Worthy? By now, if… Read More »
With the PR Nuke Out still on, Izea finally launched this week, and I’ve already got my stats working . In fact, I’m lucky as I have stats running back to late November last year! So I get quite a head start… Still, a lot of questions remain unanswered…. I’m hoping this series of post will help to… Read More »
The backlash against Google’s Tyranny is growing, and even after two months, there is still a lot of anger and frustration at Google’s actions over “no_follow” and the recent downgrades of blogs. In fact, the recent actions, actions that Google has taken against many websites for problems that are more to do with their own inabilities as a… Read More »
Google: Are they going to buy content now? Wordpress Magazine Themes and much more!
Many of the Payperpost bloggers are now shouting about their REALRankings that went live today. In fact, I was quite pleased to get my ranking at 877 (less is better)… I’ve enclosed the edited graphic to show what it looks like in my screen.
So How DID being dependent on GOOGLE change our blogging? I’ve been pondering this for a few days, and while many of us were reluctant to give into Google’s demands on ‘no_follow’, while they could wave the PR stick over our heads, we were all of us giving into their requirements in many ways. Once you think about it, it is quite shocking:
Many bloggers are so disillusioned with the changes in PR ranking and the changes in Adsense. To recap briefly, Google has felled many kinds of blogs PR rankings and Adsense changes are meaning that (in the short term) income is likely to go down even further. Many bloggers are now planning a boycott of Google, including me. The… Read More »