Posts about: Internet
Search volumes for the word horoscopes tend to be fairly stable at about 500,00 a month, so I've used them as a handy comparator so we can compare search volumes for a certain footballer's name vs the rapture vs horoscopes.
Fred Goodwin allegedly had an affair and although publishing the woman's name is forbidden by an injunction, Google is autosuggesting it ...
How much privacy has the injunction footballer got left after all the rumours on Twitter and hints on newspaper sites?
When I search for Flickr, I see the Flickr user profiles of people I'm apparently connected to in my Google social circle (well, I recognise 3 of the 4, anyway).
Interesting use of different headlines on the Daily Mail today to solve the problem of how to optimise for the high-volume search term "Pippa Middleton's arse".
Six newspaper stories from the last week that told you who the names of those with superinjunctions were.
No one is going to prison over the Twitter superinjunction leaks
The biggest problem is, oddly, not that you can find out on Twitter or via Google. It's that the lawyers involved didn't seem to think it's necessary to tell Google or Twitter that an injunctions exists.
Google is no longer suggesting Pippa Middleton's arse when you start to type her name in its search box.
Even worse, it's now suggesting Pippa Middleton underwear pictures, SHOWN HERE, after a photo of her in ...
Searches for "Pippa Middleton arse" running at 72% of the level of those for "Pippa Middleton dress"
In a new low for google autosuggest, it's suggesting "arse" as the top suggested search term when you type in Pippa Middleton's name.
The first tweets ever sent, in order. See how Twitter actually began on its first two days. Try to stay awake ...
You can change Indy URLs to anything if you leave the unique ID number in. Google's started to index the fake ones people are circulating on Twitter ...
John Naughton wrote an Observer article at the weekend complaining that news websites such as Gawker "allow ratings to dictate content". What's wrong with that, I say?
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has thrown away my complaint about an online marketing claim because it's too similar to a complain about an offline marketing claim.
If you've been at Brighton SEO or you're after the websites from my chapter in Face The Future: Tools For A Modern Age, here they are.
Data on real-time search trends
Yahoo Buzz UK (appears to have ...
Google has launched +1 - a sort of facebook like button for its search results. If you see a result you like, you can hit the +1 button and then Google will reflect that information ...
Yahoo is killing off a load of its sites - and the UK version of Buzz (its online user-driven site about what's interesting on the web) appears to be the first casualty. It hasn't been ...
Well here, in 2011, are 15 websites that I've not featured before, all of which try to prevent you from linking to them in some way (usually restricting the right to link to just the homepage or else requiring prior written consent). YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS.
I confess to not having read it. But because they've decided to offer the primary desktop version of it as page-turning online magazine, here are 6 things I already hate about it.