Linky Goodness, July 2




It’s the first linky goodness of a new month. Hurray!

  • http://www.gadgets4nowt.co.uk PS3

    Good to see that Google are (on the face of it) trying to help sites with re-inclusion requests. I would be interested to hear from anyone who has gone through the process and succeeded.

  • http://www.seoresults.co.za Web Marketing Man

    Yahoo just can’t seem to get momentum going on anything new at present. Got to feel sorry for them, and the internet community as a whole, because we really need alternatives to Google.

  • http://widestep.com Keylogger Guy

    It’s hard to say for sure. Maybe MS will get something from it.

  • http://symbiancorner.blogspot.com Symbian

    This deal is too small for DOJ I think this is MS bite.

    Symbian’s last blog post..Nokia S60 Symbian Windows Live client available in Europe

  • http://www.jordankasteler.com/utah-seo-pro-blog/ Utah SEO Pro

    Jordan, regarding “blocking countries, regions or continents from your website is against Google’s cloaking policies.” That’s just IP-delivery which Google does. They can kiss it.

    Utah SEO Pro’s last blog post..Interview with SEO: Brian Carter and Search Engine Journal Post

  • http://www.carolinapanthersblog.org Carolina Panthers Blog

    Thanks for the Google Webmaster Tools link. I use Webmaster Tools for almost all of my blogs.

    Carolina Panthers Blog’s last blog post..Position Analysis: Center

  • http://www.poems.md Ashley

    My gratitude for the link of Google Webmaster Tools as I use it in all my blogs

  • http://jerryloggins.com/ Jerry Loggins

    I agree with the statement that personalization just for the sake of personalization makes ME dislike the advertiser more. Why? Because I think that the advertiser is insulting my intelligence by using it! Like THEY think that I’m going to think they actually care about me as a person so I’m going to buy from them just because they got their printer to personalize it with my name? Gimme a break! I’m smarter than I look (I hope!)

    Jerry Loggins’s last blog post..Today is the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence