|Weekly SEO news: 21 March 2006|
to the latest issue of the Search
Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at Google, your web site and CSS spam.
In the news: a company sues Google over page ranking, Yahoo and Google release new services and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: Google, your web site and CSS spam|
Hiding content and links in CSS code that is not visible to human web surfers has become popular among webmasters who want to trick search engines.
How does CSS spam work?
Why is CSS spam a bad idea?
What does this mean to your web site?
There are better ways to get your web site listed in search engines
Further information on how to optimize your web pages for Google and other search engines without using spam techniques can be found in our free SEO book.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
"Online search engine leader Google Inc. is devoting a section of its Web site to information about the stock market and corporate America, filling a gaping product hole as it continues to battle for Internet traffic with rivals Yahoo Inc., MSN and America Online."
"In a lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission, a subpoena is sent to Google for the complete contents of a Gmail account, including deleted e-mail messages."
Search engine newslets
|3. Articles of the week|
|In Google's shadow
"Nearly a year after its launch, the European multimedia search engine 'Quaero' looks more like a high-tech reality than its critics had initially taken to be."
|4. Preview of the next ARELIS version - part 7|
We're currently working on a new ARELIS version. The new ARELIS version will have many new features and many improvements.
We think that it will be the best and most complete link exchange, link popularity and off-site web promotion solution. In the next few weeks, we'll show a preview of some of the new ARELIS features in this newsletter.
Part 7: Quickly work with link exchange forms
Some web sites want you to fill out a form if you want to exchange links with them. The new ARELIS version makes dealing with these web sites as easy as possible.
Whenever ARELIS finds a web site with a link exchange form, it will automatically fill out the form for you so that you just have click the Submit button:
If the other web site requires a reciprocal link, all you have to do is to tick the Include in link pages checkbox in ARELIS and ARELIS will take care of the rest. Exchanging links has never been easier.
It's a free update for registered users
The features above are only one of many new features that will be available in the new ARELIS version. A public preview of the new ARELIS version is planned for this month. We'll announce its official release in this newsletter.
Although the new version will have many more features than the current ARELIS version, it will be a free update for registered users of the current ARELIS version.
If you haven't tested the current ARELIS version yet, you should do so now.
|5. Recommended resources|
|6. Previous articles|