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  1. Are all Results on Search Engines Equal? A Surprising Journey Within the SERPs [Best of SEW 2010 #7”

    Three OS (Microsoft, Apple, Linux) Paid search has become the winning business model for startups and established companies, and 2010 is seeing the emergence of new bidding-based ad platforms that are quick to integrate with automated bid...

  2. Web Analytics 101, Part 2

    Mint: Like Webalizer, Mint must be installed locally and only works with Linux servers. Web analytics tools come in two basic flavors: log file analyzers and tag-based tools. In general, log analyzers tend to be software that is purchased and...

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  3. Google Releases New Sitemap Generator

    The generator is a server plugin that can be installed on Linux/Apache and Microsoft IIS Windows-based servers. Google Webmaster Central has created a new sitemap generator and released it to the general public.

  4. Microsoft Prefers Flash to Silverlight

    Silverlight isn't supported in Linux, but as an avid Ubuntu fan, I can tell you that Flash does not work well in Linux either. Silverlight works on Safari for Mac or PC, as well as on Firefox and other Mozilla-based browsers.

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  5. The Search Engine Report - Number 108

    Google Reader is a browser-based application that works with virtually all popular browsers on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Study: RSS Still Not Widely Adopted - New research from Yahoo and Ipsos suggests that although blogs and feeds are...