Archive for May, 2007

Google and Internet Security:
Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Already outfitted with the Online Security Blog, Google now steps forward to add new security protectors for their internet surfers. By acquiring Green Border, Google has earned the approval of even a wide range of online customers. GreenBorder is a web security start up that develops security software by using the web virtualization tools that [...]

How to Market a Website:
Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Well here is a little coverage of one of the most interesting interviews for all the web stakeholders. Recently Patrick Sexton aka feedthebot interview a few of the major roll players in the search space and asked them for their legitimate strategy of what they would have done if they only had $100 to market [...]

Google Image Search:
Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Google has been simply phenomenal with their searching techniques and creativity to better understand how the end users will search in their engine. It has been reportedly told that Google Image Search is likely to include face-recognition technology along with many other brand new features to cut off the irrelevant images from news stories and [...]

Antitrust Investigation:
Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Very recently shuddering news from the New York Times caught my attention Google is facing a prelude investigation by Federal Trade Commission (FCT) on their targeted $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick. This investigation is actually the outcome of the outcry of competitors and privacy experts that made it nothing but foreseeable, said the report.
A [...]

Podcast Listeners:
Tuesday, May 29th, 2007

Recently in a survey over more than 300 podcast listeners in UK exposed some affirmative statistics that around 80% of them would more likely seek out the products and services that they hear about. The survey being conducted by the download division of Chrysalis Radio and published in the Guardian, the study also revealed [...]

Mobile Google Calendar:
Monday, May 28th, 2007

Adding to the already existing huge array of services, Google now announces the roll out of Google calendar for users of compatible mobile phones. You don’t need to use any of your default mail or calendar settings any more to get your agenda of the upcoming events to diary your jobs. Great thing about this [...]

Most Popular Stories:
Sunday, May 27th, 2007

Google News Report USA , a new service, has created a benchmark for the existing news services and news portals of USA by ranking them in a chronological order of preference as per their featuring in the Google News home page. This service has constantly embedded the status of the news sites of the [...]

Google Reaching Universality:
Sunday, May 27th, 2007

Google, defining newer and newer search dimensions to the most native web searchers, now introduces what must be acknowledged as one of the most global stipulations by any race or society. Eliminating the biggest barrier to information deployment and dissemination, the language, it launched a beta version Google translate that will allow the searchers to [...]

Misspelled Words:
Saturday, May 26th, 2007

Yahoo Buzz Log has recently published their 20 most misspelled keywords in search.
Yahoo engineers applied their best spell checking skills to the data and came up with this list of the top 20 misspelled words in Search…
1. Wallmart (Wal-Mart)
2. Rachel Ray (Rachael Ray)
3. Amtrack (Amtrak)

Search Engine Statistics:
Friday, May 25th, 2007

Well its time for some trifling search engine statistics in courtesy of Nielsen/NetRatings published by the Register. Based on the stats released by Nielsen last week; Google searches increased by 42% in April 2007, with the total search amounting to nearly 3.8 billion. Oh Boy that is really some figure!
Yahoo! Search follows with an accounted [...]