Posts by Tanya Goodin

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New Year predictions?

31 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

After my hostage to fortune quote on the Money Programme last week “facebook will be bigger than Google” (I’ll either look prophetic or a total idiot in 12 months), I thought I’d dig up some […]

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facehooked

21 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

The Money Programme special on facebook featuring your truly goes out tonight at 7pm on BBC2. I shall be out enjoying my last night of festive celebrations before I batten down the hatches for the […]

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Life after Google?

17 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

What else is out there? This is not a report on aliens, at least not until they tell us we can write about them. What we are looking at are the Search Engine alternatives available […]

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facebook loses its poetry?

17 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

After nearly a year of getting my head around the strictures of the passive voice, facebook last week dropped the ‘is’ on its status updates and I have to say I am strangely missing it. […]

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The future of Christmas!

14 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

This could be coming to your neghbourhood soon! I am saying nothing, form your own opinion! Yikes! What do you reckon? Happy to have that next door?Christmas Lights Timed To Music – Watch more amazing […]

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Google Knol?

14 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Knol – it’s short for knowledge you know! Our old chums at Google are playing around with a new product called Knol. It looks like it’s a repositary of knowledge (see what they have done […]

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Search Hits the Headlines

13 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Guardian features Christmas Search Rankings Fluctuations There is an article on the Guardian which is highlighting the fact that at Christmas Google appears to change its algorithm, some say cynically to help boost their own […]

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Subdomains, Subfolders, Root Domain or Root Page?

12 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Aaaarh, what do I need to do with my site structure? Following on from earlier chat this week from Matt Cutts on host crowding Vanessa Fox has posted some more details, in quite a lot […]

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Ask lets you search anonymously

11 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

‘Eraser’ functionality goes live to protect your privacy Ask.com has launched their ‘Eraser’ product which lets you search without gathering any information on your actions. So for those who are concerned about privacy issues just […]

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Host Crowding

10 December 2007 | Tanya Goodin

What is it? We always love new terms and we thought you may not have heard of ‘Host Crowding’ which was recently featured in a post by Google’s Matt Cutts. And this is actually nothing […]