As I am sure you are aware a large number of websites have seen a significant drop in PageRank including some big players such as: WashingtonPost.com Forbes.com Blog Herald ProBlogger.net CopyBlogger Engadget StatCounter SearchengineJournal This drop also appears to of hit all the SEO companies on the NSM Top SEO Company League with every SEO […]
Well it has finally come, the Google PageRank update is now underway. This has been the longest time between updates, which normally occur 4 times a year. However it appears there will only be 3 updates this year. The possible reason for this is due to the popular belief that PR represents very little in […]
A follow on from yesterdays post it has been confirmed that Microsoft has invested $240 million investment in Facebook Inc. Microsoft said that it will be buying a 1.6% stake in Facebook Inc valuing it at $15 billion. Facebook is only 3 years old and the investment is based on potential rather than proven profits […]
Last month Wall Street Journal reporting that Microsoft was apparantly trying to buy 5% of Facebook for $300 – $500 million. Today the NY Post is reporting that Google is trying beat Microsoft to the punch trying to bid for 5 – 10% of Facebook Inc. It is expected that the deal will be announced […]
In 2005 Michael Arrington started up TechCrunch, a blog based on Internet Startups. This was more a blog of passion rather than a Job however over the past few years TechCrunch has become one of the top places to find out about new and up and coming Web Companies.
Internet users in Egypt, India and Turkey are the world’s most frequent searchers for Web sites using the keyword “sex” on Google search engines, according to statistics provided by Google.
Google Inc reported on Thursday a 46 percent rise in profit that topped analysts’ expectations, as revenues grew 57 percent and comfortably outpaced expense growth, reassuring investors. Google said it would continue significant capital spending of about half-a-billion dollars a quarter on new data centers and networks, but that it had put in place controls […]
Here’s a breakdown of Advertising in 2006, starting with the most first 1. Microsoft – more than 20 percent of their annual revenue or $11.5 billion 2. Coca-Cola – more than $2.5 billion 3. Yahoo – more than 20 percent of their annual revenue or $1.3 billion 4. eBay – 14 percent to 15 percent […]
Following my last post regarding WEP being insecure I think it’s a good idea to explain why it is flawed and how easy it is to break the WEP key. The following information is for educational purposes only and we would never recommend you trying to hack a wireless router that does not belong to […]
Over the past few years Wi-Fi or Wireless has boomed in popularity, it is almost unheard of for a consumer ADSL/router to come without Wi-Fi built in. In the early days of Wi-Fi it was not uncommon to be able to access someone’s wireless router due to no security being implemented on them. Most non […]