Seecrets On Internet: An Ant Watching Giants Fight Part 2 (Google vs. Yahoo vs. Microsoft)

Written by Stan Seecrets

A new message reveals itself whenever there is a change within our society or culture. This isrepparttar effect of a new medium. With this early warning, one can identifyrepparttar 150941 new medium before everyone knows it – which could take months, years or even decades.

As Marshall McLuhan, many regard asrepparttar 150942 Prophet ofrepparttar 150943 Electronic Age, reminds us, "Control over change would seem to consist in moving not with it but ahead of it. Anticipation givesrepparttar 150944 power to deflect and control force."

News of Google enteringrepparttar 150945 payment arena broke inrepparttar 150946 third week of June 2005. This author’s article "Search Engine Wars – a Different Perspective", two weeks earlier, made some allusion to it.

Google and Yahoo plans to index all classified ads from online newspapers. Readers can easily draw some useful conclusions.

Hints from Mountain View suggest that if your site does not accept ads from you-know-who, your site’s rankings may tank. Readers can then deduce there are a limited number of popular keywords and with a growing list of ads, they have to find lots of Internet real estate (web sites) fast as outlets.

This author’s take

Does anyone notice that Google News favor a few European sites and a Middle-eastern site? Is politics also a criterion in rankings?

This author’s site received its PR ranking on Bastille Day, 2005. A day later,repparttar 150947 ranking dropped a notch. This evidence clearly made nonsense of some Google’s spokesperson official statementrepparttar 150948 rankings are updated once in a few months. Perhaps, it is just another day from DMV (Drunkards of Mountain View) as Joe Nogood stated. [Shame on you if you have not read this master class (well, almost master class) tutorial on keywords and relevancy written with original jokes. The folks at Redmond and Sunnyvale voted it asrepparttar 150949 best article ofrepparttar 150950 year – just joking.]

Yahoo and MSN correctly favored originating sites when it comes to ranking same documents like free-reprint articles. Google has different ideas on origin sites - maybe, there is some truth that its search engine runs on burgundy, brandy and so forth – their search engines on occasion becomes tipsy. Is Google really serious on promoting original content?

Business Website Content Theft: 3 Myths

Written by Joel Walsh

Myth 1. Web Content Theft & Other Internet Copyright Violations Are Hard to Pursue.

At least for written content, search engines make internet copyright violations easier to find and pursue than violations in print.

It is very easy to take injunctive action against a copyright violator; it would be a waste of money in most cases to go to an attorney. Simply file a DMCA complaint with Google, Yahoo, MSN, other search engines, any advertising programs of whichrepparttar site is a part, and/orrepparttar 150940 site's host. I just filed a complaint with Yahoorepparttar 150941 other day. They responded within two days.

Myth 2. Search Engines Inflict a Duplicate Content Penalty on Content Theft Victims.

There is no duplicate content penalty in major search engines for work that is duplicated across different sites; only for content that is duplicated acrossrepparttar 150942 same site. If there were a duplicate content penalty for content shared across websites, distributing content to other sites would not be such a popular website promotion tactic. Do a search on "Secrets of Writing a Business Website Homepage," on of my articles, and you'll see it on hundreds of websites--none of them delisted.

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