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Ecommerce Promotion using Web 2.0: The Top Ten

We hear a lot about "Web 2.0" these days. It sounds neat and it's trendy to talk about blogging and social media. But does it really affect our businesses? Is Web 2.0 just for kids and tech-hipsters or is it something we business owners should use to help promote our businesses?

How to Use Google Alerts to Boost Your Business

Google Alerts are a handy little email notification service provided by Google to let you know when new information in which you might be interested has been posted somewhere online and spidered by the Google searchbot.

Does Google own your content?

This is something that I hope isn't true, but Josh Greenbaum reports that the contract governing Google Apps gives Google ownership of all content/data that goes into the Apps. I am a lawyer, but I don't want to believe the words I'm reading and am trying to find an alternative rendering of the language to make Google seem less grasping.

Top 10 Reasons You Are Not Getting Links

Convincing other webmasters to link to your website is a difficult, yet rewarding Internet marketing strategy. Inbound links help increase traffic to your website in two different ways.

SEOs and Social Media - The New World is Not Big Enough

Sometimes the world acts in mysterious ways. For most SEOs and their clients, “the world” has traditionally been defined by the Top10 placements found on the front pages of Google, Yahoo, MSN and Ask. Sometimes the world is just not big enough.

Stand Up and Be Counted

Despite the clear and unprecedented dangers posed to our homeland by the treatment of terrorism, global warming and a potentially catastrophic avian flu pandemic, in mid-July we learned that the next act in the theater of the absurd that typifies what may be the worst presidency in U.S. history is: new proposed 2257 regulations that are even more absurd and unconstitutional than those currently in effect.

New-Age Content Brokers

About four years ago J$tyle$, owner of TheContentStore.com, already had spent a decade helming adult businesses like CyberErotica, which he claims to have boosted from a $45 million-a-year company to a $100 million-a-year company.

Defend your Website from the Google Duplicate Proxy Exploit

There is a current and active way to knock a website out of Google's search engine results. It's simple and effective. This information is already in the public domain and the more people that know about it, the more likelihood there is that Google will do something about it. This article will tell you how it works, how to get a website knocked out of the search engine rankings, but most importantly, how to defend your own website from having it happen to you.

Search Engine or Directory?

Getting your site listed in search engines and directories is an important part of building a successful site. Most people tend to think of search directories and engines as one in the same. However, they are actually both quite different. The only similarity between the two, in fact, is that they both serve the same purpose: to help people find web sites of interest to them.

DRM Today

The idea was a simple one: implementing a "virtual padlock" that prevented unauthorized individuals from viewing digital media files that were freely distributed over the Internet.

Web 2.0: Are We Bowing to a False Messiah?

Are you absolutely beside yourself – giddy with delight because Web 2.0 has finally arrived to help you sell more, sell faster, make you richer, smarter, sexier, and lower your triglyceride levels?

Processing Myths Destroyed

At the end of the day the most important aspect of your business is making it profitable and keeping it safe for longevity. You can have a beautiful site, market it well, and get all the traffic you need, but if you can't accept electronic payments your site is dead on the web. Choosing the best method of accepting payments may be the single most important decision you'll make to ensure your great business plan turns into a moneymaker.

Webmail-creating Trojan targets Gmail

A strain of malware capable of setting up bogus Hotmail and Yahoo! accounts in order to send spam has been adapted to also target Gmail accounts.

Adobe: No threat from PDF spam

PDF spam--junk e-mail with its message attached as a PDF file to get past spam filters--poses no security risk, says Adobe Systems.

Country Snapshot: Austria

Landlocked in central Europe and bordered by eight other countries, Austria has a population of 8.1 million with Vienna being both its capital and largest city. Often overshadowed by its larger big brother Germany next door, the Austrian market is an attractive one for webmasters for several reasons.

Blu-ray outpaces HD DVD in U.S.

Blu-ray high-definition movie discs outsold films on the rival HD DVD format by 2-to-1 in the United States in the first half of 2007, Home Media Research said Tuesday.

Malware miscreants target parked domains

Malware authors are targeting parked domains in a bid to create a wider network of compromised zombie machines.

Fractured Fairytales

A column or two ago, I postulated that those already established in the online adult biz should be looking over their shoulders because the video guys — meaning the studios — are coming online with a vengeance. My thought at the time was that many, if not most, of the studios would make good on the Internet and cause more than a little pain for those already there.

Taking the Heat

One definition of insanity, usually attributed to Albert Einstein, is "continuing to do the same thing over and over, and then expecting different results."  While the oft-used phrase is not really a medical definition of mental pathology, it sure describes the insane behavior of Congress in its efforts to address the problem of online accessibility of adult content by minors.

Web porn blocking sparks war of words

The government and its Labor rivals have been indulging in a slanging match over the Coalition's plans to introduce Internet porn blocking software. Communications Minister Helen Coonan has slammed the Labor party's plans for mandatory ISP-level filtering which would see service providers forced to block pornographic content over Internet connections to households, schools and libraries.

Maximizing the Triangle of Relevancy with Google

The "Triangle of Relevancy" is used to describe the relationship between the text in a landing page, a sponsored advertisement and the keyword or phrase that's entered into a search engine. Google places a premium on relevancy as it endeavors to ensure visitors have a positive experience by getting search results relevant to their search terms. I will outline specific steps an advertiser can take to maximize their landing pages and sponsored advertisement's effectiveness in their search engine marketing endeavors.

Spammers debut FDF spam

Spammers have begun experimenting with a new file format as part of their ongoing quest to slip their tiresome messages past junk mail filters.

Search Engine Optimization - What It's History Tells Us

Anyone involved in any sort of Internet marketing sees the term, "search engine optimization", or SEO, everywhere these days. Everybody throws it around as if they were experts on the subject. It crops up again and again in forums and advertising alike. People offer their "SEO services" for fees ranging from a few bucks to hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Everybody seems poised to offer free advice on how to effectively incorporate SEO into your website.

So Hot Right Now

The adult world is a lot like the fashion business. There are the Chanels and the Guccis of the industry — the visionaries — who brainstorm, research and spark trends that, once proven popular, are snatched up by smaller companies. Before long, the market's been saturated with the product and consumers are bored and ready for the next big thing. It's up to the visionaries to start the process all over again.

Your Exit Strategy

Private companies do not sell easily. As the size of a business increases — by top line, bottom line or head count — the mechanics become more difficult and the field of likely buyers shrinks.
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