It looks like this is it – according to Matt Cutts’ Google Blog, he announced yesterday that the Google Toolbar Pageranks are being updated. It’s been a while since the last PageRank update – right around the end of April, 2008 – but it has been an expected interval, since it appears the Google PageRank updates are coming in every 3 months.
New Jersey online marketing and web design firm ITCN, a recognized leader in web design and programming, today launched a new website for the Mayors Wellness Campaign at http://www.mayorswellnesscampaign.org.
The Mayors Wellness Campaign launched their new website at http://www.mayorswellnesscampaign.org. The Mayors Wellness Campaign, an initiative of the NJ Health Care Quality Institute, is an organization whose goal is educating and motivating local civic leaders to improve the health of their communities.
Since the trend towards pretty much everything in our lives is moving towards being environmentally friendly and conserving our natural resources, I wondered if we could apply some of these green lessons to web design. Ask any project manager and they’ll tell you any web design, programming or application development project has a finite amount of resources behind it (unless, of course, you have an infinite amount of funds $). So I thought I could extend some green ideas towards either saving those resources, or at the least, using them more wisely.
Amit Singhal, a Google Fellow in charge of the ranking team at Google, shed some light on the Google search results algorithm on the Official Google Blog yesterday. By no means a quick and easy answer on how to improve your result in Google, he simply outlines what Google feels is the 3 most important factors in how Google ranks pages for keyword results:
This morning I took a look at my incoming search keywords on Google and found I ranked first for the term, “who are wisest people all over the world.” Unfortunately, I don’t even appear on the first page of results for the more grammatically accurate term, “who are the wisest people all over the world,” but I figure that’s OK. Anyone searching for wisdom with such poor grammar is probably better off ending up on my site, rather than bugging the world’s wisest people with their strange and inaccurately worded queries. Questions like “What is meaning of life?” and “Where do we go after die?” can probably become fairly annoying after a while if you actually are the wisest person all over the world.