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  1. Google News Experiments Twitter Integration with Friends section

    by , 10-08-2010 at 06:07 AM
    Google is testing a new feature that lets you connect your Twitter account to Google News. Some people are seeing a Friendsť box on the right hand side of Google News inviting them to do this.

    The experiment appears in a Friendsť section that some users can see on the bottom right-hand column of Google News. If you enter your Twitter username into the open text box and hit save,ť a list of updates featuring news articles by those you follow will appear. Google says only articles found ...
  2. Twitter Gets New CEO: Dick Costolo

    by , 10-05-2010 at 07:36 AM
    Dick Costolo, the former COO of Twitter, has now become the CEO of Twitter, as announced on the Twitter blog moments ago. Dick has been the COO for one year, and has proven himself as capable in executing Twitter’s latest revenue offerings, including sponsored ads on the right side. Twitter has grown dramatically over the last year, and has become the 7th most trafficked site on the web in the United States (according to Alexa).
  3. What Impact Does Server Location Have On Search Engine Rankings?

  4. Webmasters Shouldn’t Focus On PageRank So Much

    by , 08-13-2010 at 01:14 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by mhuktar View Post

    Susan Moskwa from the Google Webmaster Central team explained it was removed because Google keeps telling webmasters “that they shouldn’t focus on PageRank so much.” They felt it was “silly” to keep telling webmasters that, and at the same time show it in Webmaster Tools. So Google removed it from Webmaster Tools. I think this is a good thing, since I agree it is obsessed over too much, plus what Google showed in Webmaster Tools was not very useful to webmasters.
  5. Business Planning and Strategies

    by , 08-13-2010 at 08:48 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by jayden View Post

    Strategies – Strategies are your broad approaches of how you would accomplish your Business Vision and Mission. So it addresses What, How and Why aspects of your business model. It is advised to complete this section as a group and involve a facilitator who can guide you through this sector.

    Key areas to cover in defining strategies are:

    · Positioning (What will you want your customers to know you for?)
    · Revenue Model (What are your sources
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