Category: SEO Articles
Let Us Test NO FOLLOW
I read on a blog the other day where they were saying the nofollow attributes weren’t working, so after a day of letting it marinate, and feeling a little frisky tonight, I figured I would target a phrase with the nofollow tag and see how things go. Since the no follow is preached by one person in general, going after his name mixed up would be a good test since there are no results:
Help us with the test and put this on your site. Make sure the nofollow remains.
Update on LinkInTxt 2.0 – Spider Process
We have been averaging 5-10 messages each day since we announced a much easier way to setup LinkInTxt for large sites. This led me to give another update so those eager beavers who are ready to rock n roll can get a better time line on when L.I.T. will be available.
So are you ready?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Year 2020
It will be purring like a kitten on January 12, 2020. You may be asking yourself, “Why in the world would a new product take 12.5 years to upgrade?” Well, hopefully I can make things understandable in the best way I can. With the new product, the difficulties and time required didn’t make sense, so we began working on a way to have our daily spider check all pages of all partners for keywords. Once that point was reached, there were space issues. . .BIG space issues. So we’re working on building a huge data warehouse that will have a state of the art facility and top of the line machines and the fastest fiber available.
Once the data warehouse gets constructed we should be completed in probably 2021, we are going to spend the next 1-2 years installing the systems. “IF” this schedule goes on time, that would leave the beta and reworking the code.
Ok, Ok, I was making all of that up. LinkInTxt should be up and running in 3 weeks! HAHA… I GOT YOU!!!
Free Broadband & Wireless At Home ! !
Seems Google is now going to offer FREE BROADBAND & WIRELESS to everyone at home. Probably one of the nicest things anyone has ever done for this great country we live in. The only requirement to get it going? A BIG CRAPPER! They supply the rest.
Here is the getting setup page from their site: TiSP:
Going with the flow TiSP Kit
Google TiSP (BETA) is a fully functional, end-to-end system that provides in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes via fiber-optic cable strung through your local municipal sewage lines.
Installing a typical home TiSP system is a quick, easy and largely sanitary process — provided you follow these step-by-step instructions very, very carefully.
#1 Remove the spindle of fiber-optic cable from your TiSP installation kit.
#2 Attach the sinker to the loose end of the cable, take one safe step backward and drop this weighted end into your toilet.
#3 Grasp both ends of the spindle firmly while a friend or loved one flushes, thus activating the patented GFlush™ system, which sends the weighted cable surfing through the plumbing system to one of the thousands of TiSP Access Nodes.
#4 When the GFlush is complete, the spindle will (or at least should) have largely unraveled, exposing a connector at the remaining end. Detach the cable from the spindle, taking care not to allow the cable to slip into the toilet.
#5 Plug the fiber-optic cable into your TiSP wireless router, which has a specially designed counterweight to withstand the centripetal force of flushing.
#6 Insert the TiSP installation CD and run the setup utility to install the Google Toolbar (required) and the rest of the TiSP software, which will automatically configure your computer’s network settings.
#7 Within sixty minutes — assuming proper data flow — the other end of your fiber-optic cable should have reached the nearest TiSP Access Node, where our Plumbing Hardware Dispatchers (PHDs) will remove the sinker and plug the line into our global data networking system.
#8 Congratulations, you’re online! (Please wash your hands before surfing.)
Note: If you have any difficulty installing, operating or simply living with TiSP, we suggest joining the TiSP Help Group.
Advanced TiSP Options
Professional Installation Service
You can also choose to request our professional installation service, which dispatches an army of factory-trained, sub-contracted nanobots from the TiSP Access Node. The nanobots travel with exhilarating nano-speed through the sewer system and into your home to perform the installation service, which should be complete within 15 minutes. Note: For your own physical safety and emotional well-being and in consideration of the nanobots’ working conditions, please make absolutely certain that your toilet is unoccupied at the scheduled appointment time.
In-Commode Package Delivery
With professional installation service, you can also have your Google Checkout purchases delivered directly through the sewage network into your bathroom. Each package comes pre-sealed in a watertight and nanobot-resistant bag made of biodegradable corn-based plastic. For a limited time, TiSP subscribers who sign up for a Checkout account will receive free bathroom delivery on their first ten Checkout purchases.
TiSP for Enterprise
We’re actively developing a higher-performance version of TiSP specifically tailored to small and medium-sized businesses, including 24-hour, on-site technical support in the event of backup problems, brownouts and data wipes.
This is where we insert April Fool’s!
20 Reasons Why It Is Good To Be Google
I thought this would be a fun game to see how much Google is really worth. Sure we hear numbers thrown at us from time to time; we know their stock prices are ridiculous and that they’re one of the biggest companies in the world, but what does that mean to the average Joe? Let’s see how much we have to work with and what we can do with that money:
- Currently, the market value of Google is right at $140 Billion. That’s $140,000,000,000.00.
- That could make 140,000 people millionaires.
- It would take someone making $50k annually, 2.8 million years to make that much.
- It would take someone making $250k annually, 560,000 years to make that much.
- You could buy every single song available at itunes, 40,000 times.
- It could buy 530,303 average homes at the current value of $264k each.
- They could give every single American $450 each and every human on earth $20 and still have some left over.
- While it is a lot of money, it’s a mere 1.5% of the U.S. National Debt
- It’s only half of the market value of Microsoft.
- It could put over 4.5 million kids through a 4 year private college And put over 10.5 million kids through a 4 year public college.
- It would pay over 28 million people’s health care for one year.
- You could buy 9.3 billion hamburgers, which would equal 1.4 burgers for every human on the earth.
- It could pay the NBA salaries for over 50 years.
- It could pay for almost all online spending for one full year.
- They could buy 3.5 billion text ads from LinkWorth for 1 month :).
- They could have purchased over 93,000 Randfish proposals during the Super Bowl.
- You could buy over half a million top end Lamborghini’s.
- It would only pay for around 30% of the Iraq war.
- They could pay for the next 350,000 years of current Presidential salaries.
- And, it’s roughly $140 billion more dollars than I have!
5 Tips How To Get Noticed By Others In Your Market
Here are five tips how you can get noticed by others in your online market:
- Create free tools that everyone can use.
Think of something that would help you, have it put together, then offer it up for everyone else to use on your site or theirs.
- Write reviews about other services within your market.
If you can spend the time to learn all the other services in your market and give a constructive review, you’ll be surprised at how far flattery will get you. Not to mention the social networks that may pick up your reviews and send loads of new readers.
- Participate on your peers websites.
Look for forums or blogs and interact with the owners and users on their website. Make sure you use your name and include a link to your website in your profile.
- Make public announcements through the press about your product or service.
Use press releases and have them shown in popular news outlets like Yahoo and Google. People like to keep up with the latest news related to their own market.
- Network yourself through conferences.
Most every industry will have some sort of conference or expo that will be full of people that are there to meet others and learn about products or services they may not have heard of. Setup a booth and meet as many people as you can.
- BONUS TIP: Show up on the top of search results for keywords in your market.
Anyone in your market will see who shows up first when potential customers enter your search terms. If your website appears at the top for most search terms in your market, others in your market will try to figure out what you’re doing to capture most of the traffic. (HINT: SEE LINKWORTH)
These are obviously not the only solutions out there, but these will definitely get one going in the right direction.
Want to Participate On Our Blog?
We’re looking to make our blog as interactive and informative as possible with our readers. Along with the LinkWorth staff beginning to add posts, we want to offer our readers the ability to add their own information. If you want to have a voice on our blog, go here:
You do not have to have an account to submit a post, just complete the form. All submissions will require approval before it is published.
Obviously we reserve the right to not publish any post we feel is not a fit for our blog, but if it is something our readers would be interested in, we’ll definitely post it.
Google Search Results Screwed Up
Today someone published a Digg about the biggest Google Bomb ever. It appears the individual was searching for “how student loans affect fico score” and wow were the results a little favored towards Google’s blogspot pages! Since I’m sure they are going to correct this issue before some read this post, I went ahead and printed the top 100 results to PDF so you could see what it looked like.
The comments for this digg post shows Matt Cutt’s immediately responding to the digg with the following suggestion:
Hi, I work at Google and I’ll check on this. My impression was that something was happening in the migration from the old blogger to the new version of blogger, but I’ll definitely check with the blogger team about tackling this.
Hmmm, does this mean they place weight on blogspot sites over other sites? Probably not, probably just a huge bug, but interesting to see.