The Net

First The Digg Clubs, Now This

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that Digg has been one of the biggest internet stars of 2006. In just two short years, Digg has gone from start up to one of the biggest news site on the net. Getting a story on the Digg front page means a ton of traffic and, more often than not, […]

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The Net

The Power Of MySpace

MySpace is the 5th (some say 2nd) biggest site on the internet. With any big community based sites, there are people looking for ways to make money off it. While checking out Digital Point, I came across this post by Exaro, who tested out the MySpace “bulletin” feature. For those of you who don’t know, the feature allows you to […]

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The Net

Amazing What a Redesign Can Do

Digg.com recently launched revision 3.0 of their website and by all accounts it has been an overwhelming success. How great has 3.0 been? According to an interview by The Defiant Salmon with Digg CEO Jay Adelson, their new users per day went up 5-10 times and Digg has now passed the 400,000 registered user mark. The big question, is advertising […]

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Ramblings

First Day Of School

Tonight was my first day back at school. Yep! I have gone back to school. What am I taking? Adult Mandarin – Level 1 at Langara College. I decided that I needed to learn to speak the main language used by China because I’m getting tired of having white guys translate for me whenever I’m in Taipei for Computex. The […]

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The Net

eefoof – Make It, Post It, Profit!

A new startup call eefoof.com is going to try and give YouTube a run for the money. There are already over 150 video sharing sites on the net. How does eefoof plan to stand out? By givinmg you a piece of the action! At places such as YouTube, Yahoo Video and eBaumsworld, the creators of popular clips aren’t compensated. If […]

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The Net

Don’t Like Your Search Ranking? Sue Google!

A federal judge in California hinted that a parenting Web site that’s suing Google over a poor ranking in the search giant’s massive index would be able to proceed with its lawsuit. KinderStart.com alleges that its parenting search engine site suffered an approximate 70 percent drop in monthly traffic in March last year after Google buried its visibility in search […]

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