Month: August 2005

Is Matt Cutts Reading my Blog?

Hey, I just posted an article about using the rel=nofollow attribute a few days ago. Now Matt Cutts has an article today that’s interestingly similar. What gives? Im only kidding, but It would be cool. I think its great that Matt Cutts has a blog. We can all learn a thing or two from him…. Read more »

Rel NoFollow up

My last little article was about modifying FireFox to detect nofollow links. I hope you all had fun doing that, and are enjoying the results. I know I am. Today I wanted to discuss the nofollow attribute again. I left a comment on Matt Cutts blog the other day (scroll down a bit to see… Read more »

The Real GoogleGuy

I mentioned before that I was skeptical about the person they call “GoogleGuy” who goes around posting on webmasterworld.com, and other noteworthy forums. I always felt like he really didn’t ever give any solid information. Well I don’t know if we will ever really know his identity, or if he really did work at Google,… Read more »

New Google Wildcard Query

Google has added a new and powerful tool to their already dominating search engine. Searchers will now have the option to use the wildcard (*) within search queries. This will make it much easier to find the answers to questions. Here’s an example: [the capital of California is *] Here’s another example from Google’s Blog:… Read more »

Google Tool

The following is an excellent example of what the new Google Tool shows. SITE:www.popcornpalace.com Very nice site (mmmm … popcorn) A search for backlinks in google (link:www.popcornpalace.com) yields a whopping 5 results: 1 – 5 of 5 linking to www.popcornpalace.com. (0.12 seconds) Comes up # 1 in Google for a phrase from the title of… Read more »