Google Panda chatter

Google Panda

There has been a fair bit of chatter the last four weeks or so about Google Search doing another Panda update or refresh. Latest seems to be to expect something soon, maybe this week. I have to say I’ve not seen huge movement on anything yet. Though I have noticed a few keywords I track […]

Adsense positioning: Increase your earnings with the right spot

I like at where you might be best to place your Adsense to get the maximum revenue while not annoying your visitors too much.

A while back I went over my experience with placing Adsense on various types of sites and where I’ve found the best place to maximise Adsense revenue whilst still keeping the site user friendly. I thought it was time to revisit this and add in some recent experience with different types of site. So I […]

dlvr.it suffers Facebook posting issue

dlvr.it sorted the problem fairly quickly.

Anyone using the dlvr.it social media posting service might have noticed a lack of Facebook posts appearing over the last day or so. dlvr.it is a service that will take RSS feeds from the likes of WordPress and then use those to automatically post to all your social media accounts, likes of Twitter, Google+ and […]

Google Search quality update

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I’ve been reading quite a few reports about changes in Google SERPS over the last few weeks. HubPages had reported some changes and the other Search Engine Land advised that the great Google had confirmed there had indeed been an update. Telling them there “were changes to its core ranking algorithm in terms of how it […]

Some European mobile networks may block ads by default

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A report in the UK’s Financial Times says that several large European mobile carriers are thinking on allowing customers to opt-in to block ads on their phones with the help of a product from Israeli company Shine. This would either be user-initiated or perhaps even a network wide block by default….I can see the list […]

New version of AV Arcade

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AV Arcade’s developer has released a new version, which he says is all new from the ground up. I’m not sure how popular AV Arcade is now but I’m guessing a lot of arcades still run on it. You can read more about the new version on the official site. I have one site that runs […]

Google retires the PageSpeed Service

Google's Pagespeed Service is closing down on August 15th.

Google have announced they are shutting down the PageSpeed Service. This is the CDN (content distribution network) that they offered and not the Pagespeed Tools. I actually used this quite a few times and discussed some in this post a few years back. It did speed up your site but the biggest issue with it […]

Google Needs You!

Google is looking for your ideas to improve tools and search.

Google is looking for suggestions for improvements to its Webmaster’s Tools and for Google Search in general. Over at Webmaster’s World the thread mood is pretty jaded on this, probably because Google seldom puts a face to interactions unless you have a large Adsense or Adwords accounts…though Matt Cutt’s blog did help clear up some matters. […]

Rotating Ads

Sometimes you want to be able to rotate ads without any fuss.

Today I thought I’d look at rotating ads or anything else on your site without resorting to a full blown adserver. I’ve been a bit busy the last six months with personal life and working on some new sites, so not had much time to post anything on here. But hopefully will get something up […]

Having a Backup Computer and Plan

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This week my iMac had a spasm and decided it did not want to show me what it was doing anymore. I’ve worked out it is probably the graphics chip as this mid-2011 27″ model is known to have an issue. I’m hoping that on Monday at the Apple Store they might fix it for […]