Google finally launches an their Australian blog

Seems like Google has finally started taking notice of Australia by starting their official blog based on Google news, product and industry announcements within Australia. I’d probably add Google’s aussie blog to my blogroll just to show some Google love. You can check out their first post or just head over to their blog which […]

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The usefulness of a website being XHTML compliant

Countless webmasters stress over the issue of the need to be XHTML compliant, for both search engine optimisation as well as to decrease cross browser issues. In a way being XHTML compliant is like providing a guarantee to your users that the site they are visiting is top notch. However is there really a need […]

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The powers of a united blogger’s network

I’ve been thinking recently of the possibility for a united blogger’s network of some sort. Basically a close knit network of bloggers whom specialises in the same field (or niche) and would comment on products and services within their niche. These different networks of bloggers will eventually have the power to control their specialised niche […]

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Google Search within results option

Is it me or has Google launched a new tool which allows you to search for things within the results of something you have already searched for. I hardly ever scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page but when I ran a “site:” function on my blog site to check how […]

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Linking in a blog makes the blogosphere go round

There has been a common misunderstanding that linking some how affects your ranking negatively, as though you bleed page rank or something. This is of course wrong and many websites have been penalised when not enough out bound links have been established. However, it doesn’t seem to affect bloggers as much as linking is one […]

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Microsoft looking to purchase 24/7 Real Media

Well well, Microsoft, the software giant, has finally decided to buy up advertising companies following the foot steps of Yahoo and Google. This is actually good news for both Microsoft and users of 24/7 Media (both publishers and advertisers).

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Google URL Removal Tool now in Webmaster Console

So here is the situation, you have a spiffy website with heaps of great content, maybe a few personal blog posts regarding people or companies you do not like. One day, you get a phone call for some lawyer threatening to take your website down and you with it if you don’t remove one or […]

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Google updates Page rank on 1st of May 2007

Well well, a Google Page rank update and almost all my websites are up to a PR3 or more. Pixel Square Production website is now officially a PR4 and my previously owned website LiveHouse.com.au is now PR5 (I haven’t really done anything to it for 6 months). Have a look at your websites, you’d be […]

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This is something for emo people

I have nothing against emo people, but these following clips really cracked me up. These are definitely must sees for people who knows anyone who is emo. Warning, if you are emo, don’t watch this, and if you do then don’t blame me for anything that you do to yourself.

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Removal of malicious links from Adwords

Though I personally have never experienced this before, it seems that there has been multiple accounts of Adwords purchased links which takes users to “unfriendly” websites that tries to install malicious software on visiting users. Luckily, Google has finally taken action to remove (hopefully ban) these Adwords accounts and continual effort has been made to […]

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People actually search for Francis Lee

It came to me as a surprise, mainly because its a name of no relevance and no meaning, secondly because I am pretty much a no body. However, after I installed HitTail, a long tail search term analyser to help me target different terms, I realised that people actually do find my website via searching […]

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Do we actually need Meta Keywords for SEO?

One of the most commonly asked question, but also the most useless question asked. In my opinion and from my experience, having meta keywords does not contribute TOO much when it comes to rankings, however having it won’t get you a lot more traffic, but it won’t hurt you either.

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Cityrail trains ruined by a*$holes who vandalise

Since I seem to be in the mood to talk about CityRail and how they cancel trains to trains being late, I decided to just write a little about how a few minority groups stuff up the trains for everyone else. Yes I am talking about the a*$holes who vandalise trains just so they can […]

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City rail cancel trains to stop trains being late

The title, in itself, should already not make sense for most people who live in Australia (New South Wales). The notion of canceling trains to prevent them being late is ludicrous and should have never been used as a method to combat late trains in the first place.

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Really REALLY big lobster for dinner

Just wanted to share my dinner with you guys over the internet, its one really REALLY big lobster (total of 4kgs). There is only four people having dinner tonight here, so this seems may seem a bit over the top to me. Anyways, enjoy the view before it gets eaten (I apologise to vegetarians).

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Mood tagging – A way to tag anything with a mood or emotion

This is a weird one and I don’t believe it has been done yet, but the idea is relatively basic and I couldn’t find any competitive advantage over existing tagging (based) websites. Either way, I felt it was a good idea at the time and I will now dispense this so that someone else can […]

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Readers motivate bloggers to write more for readers

As the title says it, readers motivates bloggers to write more so that readers have more stuff to read. Its a never ending cycle in the blogosphere, that is unless one or the other suddenly changes. However if all things remain the same, bloggers will go into a never ending cycle of blogging about their […]

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The importance of branding and marketing online

As a search engine optimiser, I spend most of my time performing tasks to help websites rank higher on Google Serps. These tasks include link building, content creation, on page optimisations and creating link baits. Although these tasks can directly affect the position a website is placed on the SERPs, it does little to establish […]

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The taste of an exotic Nepalese dinner

Had the chance to experience a Nepalese dinner tonight, though the flavors reminded me of your typical Indian dinner. Regardless the dinner was very “exotic” and was well worth a try. Nepalese food seem to mainly consists of spicy ingredients, much like Indian food, but we decided to order something which was not spicy in […]

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Google Adsense publishing as a business model – feasible or not

Google Adsense, an advertising program which allows web masters to publish advertisements on their website has been around for quite some time. It has been a known way to monetize websites, mostly be bloggers and content based websites. However, in light of a debate whether using Adsense as a solid business model is feasible or […]

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