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Yesterday google celebrate its 11th birthday

Yesterday google celebrate the 11th birthday. Below is the url where you can find what Google in last 10 years in timeline format : http://www.google.com/tenthbirthday/#start and here is the logo of google on its 11th birthday. Day by day Google is getting older and its tough to get rankings, so you need to become mature SEO to treat Google. Google is not a child now. Happy Googling… Thanks

Canonical Tag – Search Engine Answers To Canonical Problems

All three major search engines announced today “Canonical Tag” for resolving Canonical issue. Lets What GoogleWebmaster Blog Says about this tag : “we now support a format that allows you to publicly specify your preferred version of a URL. If your site has identical or vastly similar content that’s accessible through multiple URLs, this format provides you with more control over the URL returned in search results. It also helps… Continue reading »

Google – Yahoo Paid Search Deal

As per expected to avoid microsoft bidding pressure Yahoo yesterday announce renewable paid search deal with google for next 10 years. As per my observation below are the most highlighted points of the deal , Its for 10 years. It will give yahoo almost 800 million $ annualy It will monetize yahoo’s no-profit making search Google will mostly displayed ads on Yahoo Partner Sites, Yahoo Networds. Yahoo will retain rights… Continue reading »

FireFox 3.0 Arrives With World Record

Hey, Now its time to upgrade your firefox, New and latest version of FireFox comes with more speed and more secure features.. And guess what It makes a world record for the maximum download in one day of any singel software.. you can find out the number of downloading by download page. Download Link : http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-rc.html Do search for some good add-on for SEO use… Happy Surfing 🙂

Sitemap.txt Support By Google, Yahoo & MSN

This isn’t the first time the major search engines have come together for an announcement regarding how they support publishers. In late 2006, all three joined together to support XML Sitemaps and launched sitemaps.org, followed in April 2007 with support for Sitemaps autodiscovery in robots.txt and in February 2008 with more support for more flexible storage locations of Sitemap files. In early 2005, the engines declared support for the nofollow… Continue reading »