Archive for January, 2008

Google Experimental Search: A New Product of Google
Monday, January 28th, 2008

Google is always innovating, and they did it again! They have recently released another product of Google Labs called “Google Experimental Search”. Links to try Google Experimental are being highlighted in the footer of many search pages today.

Google’s Experimental Search is another innovative product from the house of Google to improve the end result of [...]

Face Recognition Search: by Polar Rose
Sunday, January 27th, 2008

Polar Rose is not only limited to its face recognition technology confined within just a Firefox plugin. The company has recently told the media about its plan to make its service more publicly available.
If you’re not familiar with Polar Rose, here’s the 411:
Polar Rose’s technology scans the image itself and converts the data from [...]

Domain Tasting: Google to stop monetizing new Domains
Saturday, January 26th, 2008

According to DomainTools, Google is about to stop monetizing sites/domains which are less than five days old. This policy will be adapted to kill the practice of “Domain Tasting“. There is a huge amount of money involved in domain tasting, where AdSense for domains ads can be thrown up on domains during their free five-day [...]

AddCenter Add-in: Ad Intellegence
Friday, January 25th, 2008

Microsoft Ad Intelligence is a brand new keyword tool by Microsoft which is well worth using, and will probably force Google and Yahoo to make better keyword tools. All of this data is free during the beta test as long as you have a Microsoft AdCenter account (Do note that you can set one up [...]

Google Health Service: Is it really true?
Thursday, January 24th, 2008

The speculation that we made previously regarding Google health seems to be true now.

I was able to get a live screen shot of Google Health, which Google’s Marissa Mayer announced will be rolled out in early 2008? Click on the following URL:
However, I actually couldn’t get past the google health’s login screen, [...]

Email Marketing: beats Search Marketing
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

A respective online marketing firm called Datran Media, which is highly specialized in email marketing recently published the results of a recent survey consisting of 2,000 online marketers in December 2007 on the best performing medium for their online marketing efforts.

As per the chart, E-mail marketing came ahead of search marketing with a lead of [...]

mp3 Music Streaming: SeeqPod Music Search Engine
Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

SeeqPod seems to be like a very cool site which allows you to search for playable mp3 files and listen to them on your computer or iPhone. It is an intriguing search engine that looks only for media files on the Web.

This is a really interesting service. You can find specific artists and listen [...]

Google Presentation: Add Shapes and More
Monday, January 21st, 2008

Do you know that you can now easily add a couple of simple vector shapes into your Google presentations? You can now have shapes like arrows, speech bubbles, a circle, a rectangle and a sun-like shape inside your Google presentations.
Google has kicked off 2008 with a slew of new presentation features and the important [...]

iGoogle Theme: Directory is now LIVE!
Thursday, January 17th, 2008

In last October, Tony Ruscoe of Google Blogoscoped blogged about the upcoming iGoogle Themes Directory. Today, we figured that the long-awaited iGoogle Themes Directory is now actually live! Isn’t that amazing?

Not surprisingly, the directory allows you more than just view and select themes; you can rate themes, add comments, view how many users are [...]

SEO Video Training: Internet Marketing Ninja
Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Would you like to become a ninja? Well, I’m certainly not talking about the black-masked, martial art addict; you have the chance of becoming an Internet Marketing Ninja!
The famous SEO ExpertJim Boykin, who is also the CEO of WeBuildPages is already well recognized when it comes to training internet marketing enthusiasts and recently he’s [...]