|Weekly SEO news: 27 September 2005|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine
This week, we're taking a look at a new bad trick to get your web site listed higher on Google.
In the news: Google allows some users to remove results from the search results, Microsoft starts its own PPC ad system, Ask Jeeves is going to be rebranded and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: A new bad trick to get higher Google rankings|
webmasters have discovered a new trick
to get inbound links from authority
web sites. At the moment, it seems
to be possible to improve your Google
rankings with that trick.
How does the trick work?
Is this the fast track to high Google rankings?
Are there safer ways to get high Google rankings?
If you follow these easy steps, your web site will get the rankings it deserves.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
allows users to remove results
Microsoft to start own system for selling ads on Internet searches
Google to triple search scope
|3. Articles of the week|
"I was thinking the other day that one of the things you can do with VoIP is to record it [...] to your hard drive [...].
Once it’s on the hard drive, you could then run speech recognition against the file and create an index that can be searched by, yup, you’ve got it, Google Desktop Search."
|4. Recommended resources|
"I consider IBP as a great time saver."
|5. Previous articles|