0 Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft have all agreed on a standard specification for sitemap files. Information about the new standard can be found over at sitemaps.org. If you’re not sure what a sitemap is, sitemaps.org has a nice explanation: Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites […]

0 Google has launched the Google Custom Search Engine. This new service will allow users to build a search engine based on their interests or just whatever really. You can give your search engine a name and description. You can also enter a list of keyword that will be used to tune your search engine […]

0 Joel Comm has created a pretty neat AdSense game. Basically, it’s a game focused on making money with your website through AdSense. I thought it would be fun to put together an online game focused on making money with AdSense, and I’m pleased to invite you to come and try out The AdSense Game […]

0 So, yesterday, Google released an analysis of click fraud. Basically, Google says there’s many flaws in how click fraud consultants determine a click is fraudulent. A rigorous technical analysis by Google engineers has found fundamental flaws in the work of several click fraud consultants – flaws that help explain why widely quoted estimates of […]

0 Techcrunch has information on the first person positively identified from the AOL data. AOL searcher number 4417749 has been identified as Thelma Arnold, a 62 year old widow living in Lilburn, Georgia. As you might expect, the searches made by her are pretty innocent. Her search queries range from “numb fingers” to “60 single […]