For every SEO opinion one can read on the Internet, there always seems to be a conflicting, sometimes directly polar, opinion preached elsewhere. Sometimes, it seems like one particular opinion is treated like fact. Often it is “proven” by supposed SEO empiricists that one particular opinion is fact.
In the course of researching my new employment (which I am really looking forward to!) at Storm ID, I read this article by Performable that was higlighted in their Facebook page. It makes an interesting read and I encourage all of you to read it. However, the argument it presents does have one fatal flaw, even though Performable… Read more »
Matt Cutts: Why doesn’t Google Places allow access by multiple users? Why doesn’t Google Places allow access by multiple users, like Google Webmaster Tools does? (video)
Two Ph.D candidates named David Filo and Jerry Yang created Yahoo in 1994 at Stanford University in California; it was started for recreation for the creators but soon became full time work. It was initially known as ‘Jerry and Davids guide to the World Wide Web’ but after the creators randomly chose names from the… Read more »
WebCrawler went live in the Spring of 1994 and was a Search Engine that originally started off as a research project started at the Universtiy of Washington by Brian Pinkerton. It was bought over in 1995 by AOL and was then bought by Excite.