Think you still want to try SiteBuilder? You’ll have to work for that opportunity! You won’t easily find a link to SiteBuilder in the Yahoo small business area. Since Yahoo ties the tool to hosting, the link is buried within the hosting package. In fact, in order for me to test SiteBuilder, I had to first find the hidden link! I found it was more easily located by typing “Yahoo Site Builder” into a search engine than trying to track it down on Yahoo’s site. Save yourself time and use the link above rather than try to find the link on their site. … [Read more...] about Free Page Creator Tools From The Big Three: Trash or Treasure?
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content that’s helpful — and if it didn’t host it, that content wouldn’t exist on the web at all. … [Read more...] about Google’s Knol Launches: Like Wikipedia, With Moderation
Except it doesn’t, because then you wouldn’t have to fight things like people buying links, nor have to roll out new changes to stop low-quality content from getting top rankings or algorithms to catch bad merchants. Indeed, since your results have been more and more personalized, there’s arguably less “democracy” in them. That’s not necessarily bad — but the philosophy page doesn’t reflect reality. … [Read more...] about 25 Things I Hate About Google, Revisited 5 Years Later
And finally today the NY Times goes behind Twitter’s rejection of an almost all-stock transaction with Facebook: “It definitely made sense . . . but it wasn’t the right time,” said Twitter CEO Evan Williams. That means the two will likely be at the table again in 2009 at some point. … [Read more...] about The Economy Takes Its Toll On Google & Why Twitter Rejected Facebook’s Acquisition Overtures
better over the past few months. However, I don’t think I’d say the problem is … [Read more...] about Google Knol – Google’s Play To Aggregate Knowledge Pages