Abba the singing group's domain name belongs to the American Bed and Breakfast Association (ABBA). Why would this be? Some interesting results about domain names and brand.
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, November 12, 2009 - SmartFinds Internet Marketing has launched a aticle directory service website. Content is King in the digital marketplace, particularly for the search engines. In order for the search engines to provide users a response to their request there has to be content that is indexed from web pages. This has been true since the commercialization of the Internet in the early 1990's and is more important today for a business to raise the awareness of their website using content as a means of promotion. SmartFinds Internet Marketing provides corporations with complete digital marketing solutions. CEO Melih Oztalay has thirteen years experience with Internet and digital services in developing strategies that utilize all facets of the World Wide Web. "Content marketing is not only about the text copy on your website, but also the distribution of this content throughout the digital marketplace" said Oztalay. "Our article marketing directory is a depository to authors, webmasters, and business owners to place their articles, editorials, white papers, and news releases. This will benefit the business by increasing their link popularity and drive traffic from more than just search engines." SmartFinds Directory can be found at http://www.smartfindsdirectory.com/ will help [...]
If you have ever had the pleasure of trying to submit your website to DMOZ you probably found the process frustrating and riddled with a certain arrogance and a lack of communication. Yet, it is one the more important directories for listing your website. You cannot help but wonder if DMOZ is there to assist website owners for mutual success or purposely trying to become an antagonistic netizen resource! DMOZ is a web directory which was originally created in 1998 by employees of Sun Microsystems. The directory was sold to Netscape which is now part of AOL/Time Warner. They supposedly have over 5.2 million sites listed, over 71,000 editors, in over 590,000 categories. These statistics are hard to believe if you think of the frustrating process to get your site listed - IF you are so lucky. One would almost have to believe many of these sites were actually grandfathered into DMOZ. Certainly in the past 3 years listing your site or becoming an editor for a specific category has been a nightmare. The importance of DMOZ has increased despite the Internet trend of using search engines to locate websites faster than navigating through a multitude of categories in a [...]