Google Panda Update Hits Ehow – Ehow Loses Rankings

Filed under: News — Tags: , , — Brian

Google has released an update to their Panda algorithm, this time affecting an estimated 2% of search queries and slamming Ehow’s rankings. This update takes into account user information from the Google Chrome browser feature that lets users block garbage sites from their search results. And apparently a lot of users thought that Ehow was a garbage site.

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WordPress Trackable Social Share Icon Plugin Released | 2011

Filed under: Blogging,News — Tags: , — Brian

Ecreative Internet Marketing is thrilled to unveil our custom Wordpress plugin, Trackable Social Share Icons. This highly customizable plugin provides social media icons for your blog, and clicks automatically track in your Google Analytics. Best of all, we’re providing this plugin for free for anyone to use.

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Illinois Based Amazon Affiliates Disappear

Filed under: News — Amy Kilgour

Amazon.com notified its affiliates in Illinois yesterday that it would sever their business relationships because of a new tax bill signed by the Illinois Governor.

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WordPress.com vs. Self Hosted WordPress Blogs

Filed under: Blogging — Tags: — Brian

Wordpress is by leaps and bounds the strongest blogging platform out there — Wordpress is intuitive and easy to use, robust, regularly updated, infinitely expandable, and best of all Wordpress is entirely free. There are, however, two different ways to start a Wordpress blog: you can host it yourself, which requires you to have web hosting somewhere, or you can let Wordpress.com host it for you.

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Google Panda Update to Include User Site Blocks in Rankings

Filed under: News — Tags: , , — Brian

Google’s Panda algorithm change hit about a month ago with major changes to search results. Now they are making another significant change by including data from the Google Chrome browser about blocked sites as a ranking signal. Now if enough users block a site through Chrome, that site could rank lower for all searches.

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