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Last Build Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 09:40:39 GMT

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Thu, 19 Jul 2007 09:40:39 GMT

Nieuwe lancering: www.jettykuiper.nl/trainer

Jetty heeft een zeer bijzonder werkterrein: doula, trainer, uitvaartbegeleider en kan als coach mensen bijstaan in iedere van deze wel meest intensieve fasen van het leven.

Symbolisch uitgedrukt als: the circle of life!

Succes met je nieuwe website!

 





Mon, 02 Jul 2007 18:14:21 GMT

Ook gratis adverteren op Google?

Tijdelijk gratis 50 Euro advertentietegoed.

Ga naar www.google.nl/gratistesten

Dat doet ook de nieuwe website www.queenemma.nl voor al uw scraps!





Tue, 12 Jun 2007 21:13:46 GMT

InternetCondemned To Google HellAndy Greenberg 04.30.07, 6:00 AM ET Related Quotes GOOG 504.77 - 6.57 IACI 32.96 - 0.97 MSFT 29.85 - 0.17 YHOO 27.05 - 0.30 .boxIDhead { background-color: #003399; color: #ffffff; font-weight: bold; padding:2px;}.boxIDborder { border:1px solid #003399;}.boxIDbordercolor { background-color: #003399;}.boxIDrow { background-color: #ffffff;}.boxIDrow1 { background-color: #ffffff;}.boxIDrow2 { background-color: #efefef;}.boxIDrule { background-color: #cccccc;}.boxIDspace { background-color: #ffffff;} Most Popular Stories Ghost Cities Of 2100 Snitchtown PayPerPost Gets Paid, Again Qwest Says Goodbye To CEO NBC-Dow Jones Deal May Make Sense Don't anger the Google gods. That's the lesson Paul Sanar learned--too late--last year. Up until last fall, the 21-year-old New Yorker depended solely on the search engine to keep traffic flowing to Skyfacet.com, his online diamond business; Sanar says he sold $3 million dollars worth of jewelry a year. Then, he says, Google (nasdaq: GOOG - news - people ) turned its back on Skyfacet.com, condemning the site to Internet obscurity. Slide show: Grading Google Beginning in September 2006, Skyfacet no longer showed up on the first few pages of Google's results when users typed in search terms like "diamonds" and "engagement ring." The site's traffic vanished, and Sanar says his sales dropped $500,000 in three months. What happened? Sanar isn't completely sure. But he does know that his site has been condemned to the supplemental index, a dreaded backwater region of Google search results that goes by another name in online marketing circles: Google Hell. Google Hell is the worst fear of the untold numbers of companies that depend on search results to keep their business visible online. Getting stuck there means most users will never see the site, or at least many of the site's pages, when they enter certain keywords. And getting out can be next to impossible--because site operators often don't know what they did to get placed there. Google's programmers appear to have created the supplemental index with the best intentions. It's designed to lighten the workload of Google's "spider," the algorithm that constantly combs and categorizes the Web's pages. Google uses the index as a holding pen for pages it deems to be of low quality or designed to appear artificially high in search results. Those pages are scanned far less frequently than those in the main index, meaning that once a page is marked for Google Hell, it can languish there for as long as a year before Google even deigns it worthy of a reappraisal. And as Google tries to manage an explosively growing Web, more and more sites are finding themselves thrown into the search engine's digital dungeon. If that makes the world's leading Web-crawler sound judgmental, consider Google's difficult position. The search juggernaut is faced with the endless task of reading and ranking the ever-expanding Web's billions of pages, the equivalent of putting the Earth's population in order from tallest to shortest every few minutes. Meanwhile there are growing numbers of pages filled only with junk text and advertising, designed solely to fool the engine. It's Google's task to sort out the trash from the worthwhile, and to do it better and faster than competitors like Yahoo! (nasdaq: YHOO - news - people ), Microsoft (nasdaq: MSFT - news - people ), or InterActiveCorp's (nasdaq: IACI - news - people ) Ask.com. So how does Google decide what kind of pages get punished? That's where things get tricky. Google keeps the details of its decision-making a secret, since the company is trying to prevent sites from gaming the search engine. But it also means that site operators like Paul Sanar can offend Google and not know what they've done until its too late. In retrospect, Sanar thinks he can trace his problem to a search marketing consultant he had paid $35,000 to improve Skyfacet's Google rankings. He [...]




Tue, 12 Jun 2007 21:10:59 GMT

Internet
2 of 2   Condemned To Google Hell
Andy Greenberg 04.30.07, 6:00 AM ET

Chris Bartow is a search marketing consultant for Revenco.com, a real estate site that also saw the majority of its pages sent to Google Hell for six months of 2006. Bartow believes that some identical content on 90 of his site's property listing pages caused Google to mistake them for plagiarized spam sites. "I know they're trying to get rid of sites with no practical purpose," he says. " But when your pages get dumped, you lose half your traffic and a lot of money."

Bartow thinks his misfortune stemmed from a temporary glitch in Google's algorithm. But other search engine marketers say that Google Hell is only increasing in size and severity. "The supplemental index has been on the upswing for quite a while," says Aaron Wall, a search engine consultant and Google-watcher. "They've gotten much more aggressive about throwing pages in there."

Search marketer Michael Gray says he's seen the standards "tighten and loosen and tighten and loosen," but the last six months have been particularly brutal. "There has been a lot of collateral damage with some of these decisions," Gray says. He cites the growing sophistication of spam pages as one source of trouble. "Google's trying not to throw the baby out with the bathwater, but it's kind of impossible. A spammer can very easily create something that resembles a legitimate site if he knows the right tricks," he says.

The criteria for which pages are targeted for the supplemental index remains a subject of guesswork. But Web designers have found that pages with duplicate content, few words or pictures, and a lack of links to other quality sites are the most likely to be pulled in. Most agree that newly created sites are especially vulnerable.

As for Google's own take on its supplemental index, the company is typically tight-lipped. Google's official page for Webmasters cryptically notes that Google is "able to place fewer restraints on sites that we crawl for this supplemental index than we do on sites that are crawled for our main index," a phrase that puzzles most search marketers.

In an e-mail, Google product manager Prashanth Koppula offers little more in the way of an explanation. Asked if the supplemental index is getting bigger, he responds that "new pages are constantly being added," but that the "algorithmic nature" of Google's spider makes it hard to measure the index's size or how fast it's growing. That's not a problem, Koppula says, because supplemental results are no less legitimate than normal results, and pages in the supplemental index aren't checked any less frequently by Google's spider.

But Jim Boykin, another search marketing consultant and blogger, doesn't buy it. "If your page is in the supplementals, it won't rank for any competitive search, and it can be really hard to get it out," he says. "That's why we call it Google Hell."






Wed, 30 May 2007 14:38:53 GMT

Google verandert zijn formule

Google Page Ranking is voor een groot deel gebaseerd op links van andere sites naar jouw site. Echter, waar het vroeger zo was dat je je voordeel kon doen met wederkerige links (LINK YOU LINK ME) of door links van sites die daar speciaal voor ingericht zijn, heeft Google daar nu een stokje voor gestoken. Die links die zijn niks meer waard!

Daarom zijn de links van deze site naar de sites van klanten van Koevoet Webdiensten nu maar verwijderd, want ze doen geen goed meer...

Hoe (Google) het nu wel wil, is in onderzoek... We komen daarop terug!





Tue, 24 Apr 2007 10:24:58 GMT

Tip voor alle editors van een eigen website: zet je CASH uit!

Soms hoor ik van moeilijkheden met het wijzigen van pagina's, die verwarring veroorzaken. Je verandert iets en controleert het resultaat en er is niets gebeurd. Je probeert opnieuw en nog steeds niets. En dan (soms) op raadselachtige wijze lukt het wel!

Waarschijnlijk zag je in dat geval nog de oude versie van de pagina ook al bestaat er in werkelijkheid al een nieuwere; alleen je computer weet dat nog niet!

Dat kan omdat computers Internetpagina’s ook opslaan om ze (snel) te kunnen tonen als ze opnieuw door jou worden opgevraagd. Ze staan dan in “cash” geheugen van de computer en worden getoond zonder ze opnieuw van het Internet op te vragen.

Echter als je op de Internet Explorer (IE) knop “Vernieuwen” klikt, dan gaat ie toch een nieuwe via Internet zoeken. En dan blijkt alles goed.

Om zoiets te voorkomen (bv. als je regelmatig zelf Internet-pagina’s maakt) dan kun je zorgen dat je computer ALTIJD gaat zoeken naar de nieuwste versie en dus niets uit zijn geheugen gebruikt. Dan voorkom je zulke verrassingen. Want vaak denk je dus dat er iets (met updaten) niet is gelukt.

Dan moet je de instellingen veranderen; doe dat via (op Nederlandse versies van IE) als volgt:

Klik op de knop “Extra”, dan achtereenvolgens: Internet opties, Tijdelijke Internetbestanden, Instellingen, Wanneer moet er op nieuwe versies van een pagina worden gecontroleerd?, Klik aan: Bij elk bezoek. En Klaar.

Wellicht merk je in het vervolg dat je computer iets trager is geworden. Je weet nu waarom. Als dat je hindert kun je deze instelling weer terug zetten naar zijn normale instelling “Automatisch”.

Ik hoop dat dit helpt!





Sun, 22 Apr 2007 07:50:16 GMT

Maak je formulieren vriendelijk - een glimlach kost niets. Het maken van formulieren is een vak apart en verdient veel andacht en zorg. Er bestaan allerlei technieken om je formulier extra mooi en gebruiksvriendelijk te maken. In een paar stappen structureer je je formulier met betekenisvolle HTML en maak je ’m op met CSS [Naar Voren » Artikelen]





Wed, 18 Apr 2007 21:32:15 GMT

Doe meer met je nieuwsbrief - overleef de drukte in de inbox. De dagelijkse vloed van e-mail, spam en virussen zorgt ervoor dat ontvangers steeds minder geduld hebben met wat er in hun inbox terechtkomt. Maak je klaar om een e-mailnieuwsbrief te versturen, maar weet wat je doet. [Naar Voren » Artikelen]

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