Wednesday, December 06, 2006

The Google Monster

Hacker boots website from Google

Webmasters aren't pleased when they run into problems with Google, and Wesley Elsberry was no exception. Being indexed by Google is all but a prerequisite for running a successful website, which continually puts Google in the position of having to play the roles of judge, jury, and executioner.

Read the article HERE.

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How Google handles hacked sites - the response

If you’ve never read my blog before, welcome. I’m the head of the webspam team at Google. And I have a blog for days just like this. Okay, ready for my side of the story? Here’s the timeline of how things happened:

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Ten Tips for Smarter Google Searches

Most people use Google in a very inefficient and often ineffective manner. If all you do is enter a few keywords and click the search button, you're one of those users who don't get as much out of Google as you could. In this article, Google expert Michael Miller shows you how to search smarter — and more effectively.

Read the article HERE.

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Google Help Topics A-Z

Whatever Google product you need help with, find it at Google Help.

Visit the website HERE.

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