Archive: 26 Jul 2006, 12:00 am

  • The Second Browser War

    After Microsoft survived an anti-trust case related to browser competition, and Netscape pretty much died (due Microsoft's behaviour and because it was a poor product), many people considered the browser-wars...

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  • Podcasting Favourites @ Internetrix

    In case you're overwhelmed with the thought of finding your way through this new podcasting landscape alone, and have no idea where to even start or what is really available...

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  • Say What? Podcasting

    Okay. I consider myself a pretty technology saavy person, I mean I do work for an IT company.

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  • Radio is a Changin'

    As you may or may not have already suspected, TV is not the only traditionally offline medium using the internet as a new form of content delivery.

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  • SEO Conclusions

    Remember SEO is relatively simple to do, but can take a lot of work. Educate yourself.

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  • Content & SEO

    "Make sure you have sufficient content to compete with the people that show up in the search engine results, said Clay. Post lots of articles

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  • Links & SEO

    Search engines know the reputable sites in most fields, so by linking your site to these reputable sources your site is likely to also be recognised as a reputable source.

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  • Meta Tags & SEO

    Another common belief is that meta tags will increase website rankings, but this isn't necessarily true.

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  • SEO. SEO. SEO is the way to go.

    Compared to paying for Google Adwords or employing other methods to get your website indexed by search engines, search engine optimisation (SEO) seems more and more to be the best...

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  • Algorithms and SEO

    Search engines use algorithms to calculate and rank site importance.

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