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Verizon Sets Up Energy Standards
Fri, 06 Jun 2008 00:00:00 EST
June 6, 2008 -- ( <http://www.thewhir.com> WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Verizon announced it has set its own energy-consumption standards and an associated measurement process for new telecommunications-related equipment in an effort to cut its power consumption and energy costs and lower its carbon footprint.
Mon, 10 Oct 2005 13:40:31 -0400
Curtis R. Curtis (Superb Internet)
Mon, 19 May 2008 13:42:52 -0800
theWHIR.com posted a photo:
The one and only Curtis R. Curtis cheers on the Parallels Summit.
Do Paid Keyword Ads Jeopardize Organic Search Rankings?
Fri, 02 Mar 2007 17:15:00 -0400
I heard about this from Dan Kimball at ModernBill. Bill Slawski has two interesting posts on Search Engine Land and SEO by the Sea about a just-granted Microsoft patent ("Systems and Methods for Removing Duplicate Search Engine Results").
The patented technology aims to "efficiently locate desired information.... by] removing unnecessary multiple references to a common resource such as redundant URLs as another listed URL". Consequently, any given page of search results would contain a greater number of unique URLs than would otherwise occur without filtering. Bill says this implies the possibility of removing organic search results from pages that already contain paid listings.
Two Search Engine Land readers reported that they've already seen organic rankings drop as a result of buying keyword ads from Yahoo! and Google, respectively. While search engines are understandably eager to maximize keyword ad revenue, Bill says the ideal situation for advertisers is to have a paid result, an organic result AND a Google Onebox result all on the same page.
This reminds me of Business 2.0's "Perfect Online Ad" article, in which Usama Fayyad, the NASA rocket scientist turned Yahoo! researcher, says paid search alone is much, much less effective than multiple forms of exposure. (He was making the case for non-search ads, though, seeing as 95% of our online time is spent on non-search activities.)
In any case, I did a quick Google search for web hosting and found that there's no overlap at all between the paid ads and organic listings on the first page. Even more interestingly, GoDaddy has the #2 Adwords bid (which puts it at the top of page 1), but a #11 organic ranking (top of page 2). HostGator, on the other hand, has a lower bid that puts its ad on page 2 - but its organic ranking is #9 (bottom of page 1). Coincidence? Or filtering? What do you think?
Fine tuning Microsoft ForeFront Server Security for Exchange
Mar 04, 2008 12:32 PM PST
ForeFront is Microsoft s security solution for Microsoft
Exchange 2007. Installing ForeFront is less than half the battle however. After
you get Forefront installed, you ve got to fine tune its settings for Microsoft
Exchange 2007. Brien Posey shows how to fine tune ForeFront Server Sercurity
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