Archive for July, 2009

PDF Search Engine Optimization

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Google, Yahoo, and MSN can all spider and index text-based PDF files, and generally they rank quite well. PDF files can be used to seize top listings for important keywords and keyword phrases. In order to have a PDF effectively rank well in organic searches, it should be optimized for the search engines, just as you would optimize a web page. Optimization of PDF files for search engines is very similar to search engine optimization for other types of content…

PDF Search Engine Optimization

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Commodity Future Trading RSS Feeds

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Commodity Future Trading Community RSS feeds for monitoring news related to the futures market.

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Australian Police Use Twitter

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

Australian police said they were joining the Twitterati Thursday, using the micro-blogging service to discourage drink-driving among young people.

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Google News RSS feeds Broken

Monday, July 27th, 2009

RSS feeds for Google News search results have been broken for about three weeks, according to complaints in the companys help forum. Three weeks ago a Google engineer said they expected the problem to be fixed in about a week. Now the company has simply removed the links in the results page sidebar to both RSS and Google Alerts.

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AP Fights Digital Piracy

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Vowing to fight unauthorized reproduction of news reports online, The Associated Press said Thursday that it would add software to each article showing who created it and what limits apply to the rights to use it. The software will also notify the A.P. about how the article is used across the Web.

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