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Google Launches Web Hosting Disguised As Page Speed Service

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Google has launched another service to increase page speed. Simply called Page Speed Service, the tool is an actual online service that essentially supersedes your Web server, with Google claiming speed improvements as high as 60 percent faster. Google has launched another service to increase page speed. Simply called Page Speed Service, the tool is an actual online service that essentially supersedes your Web server, with Google claiming speed improvements as high as 60 percent faster. 0 Comments

Online Reputation: 5 Ways You're Offending Online Customers

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When you have an online presence, your customers will increase their expectations accordingly. Pay attention to the buzz about your company on forums and blogs or you will risk alienating your customers. When you have an online presence, your customers will increase their expectations accordingly. Pay attention to the buzz about your company on forums and blogs or you will risk alienating your customers. 0 Comments

A Web Directory that Helps You Do, Not Find

Gimpsy is a different kind of directory, listing only sites that provide online activity or help you accomplish a specific task. Gimpsy founder, Mordechai Chachamu explains why. Gimpsy is a different kind of directory, listing only sites that provide online activity or help you accomplish a specific task. Gimpsy founder, Mordechai Chachamu explains why. 0 Comments

Turning Users Into Members

Both Yahoo and Excite have made moves to offer internet access. Will this be a way for them to transform their users into considering themselves "members."? Both Yahoo and Excite have made moves to offer internet access. Will this be a way for them to transform their users into considering themselves "members."? 0 Comments

WebCrawler Gets Channeled

Excite extended the channel organization introduced on the Excite search service earlier this year to WebCrawler. The change was announced Sept. 15, 1997. Excite extended the channel organization introduced on the Excite search service earlier this year to WebCrawler. The change was announced Sept. 15, 1997. 0 Comments