Apparently the domain name “Arizona.com” is up for sale with a minimum bid of $525k https://sedo.com/search/details/?domain=arizona.com&campaignId=36565
If that’s too much, then Bastard.com is selling for a mere $75,000 https://sedo.com/search/details/?domain=bastard.com&campaignId=36565
Thoughts are being made on making another stab at offering SEO Services from AlltheInterweb.
But if the last attempt was anything to go by I’m now expecting to get spammed by a bunch of people offering SEO Services asking if my SEO Services outlet needs SEO Services to boost it’s ranking on Google and Bing. Continue reading “Try Again with SEO Services?”
Get Web Traffic is apparently only worth 10 to 100 Google Searches a month on average, but is worth $4.38 to $17.20 in advertising value.
Webmasters need to Get Web Traffic in order to Make Money Online from people viewing the adverts on their website.
Make Money Online fairs better, and is worth 100,000 to 1,000,000 searches a month, thats 100k to 1-million searches on Google. But is “only” worth $1.02 to $3.03 in advertising value.
Get Web Traffic fairs less well on Bing, not showing enough data for the previous 6-months before this blog post about How to Get Web Traffic Free was knocked together.
There are many ways of Getting Free Traffic to your Website in order to Make Money Online. Continue reading “How to Get Web Traffic Free”
I’ve just noticed that the domain name SEOSEM.com is listed for sale for the princely sum for a minimum offer of $44,888 and an asking price of $77,888 if any body is interested and has the cash to spare.
BonginoReport has posted on Truth Social an article from TPostMillennial that Truth Social has become the first Publisher to use the new advertising platform offered by growing video sharing website Rumble.
Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG) announced in a press release on Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with video-sharing platform Rumble. Truth Social, TMTG’s social media platform, describes itself as a “Big Tech alternative that seeks to create a free-speech haven without viewpoint discrimination or oppressive censorship.”
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Yahoo is apparently canning their “Yahoo Answers” website soon (having previously also got shot of Yahoo Groups)…. visit AlltheInterweb Forums as an alternative
The NEW(ish) home of AlltheInterweb Answers + other community forums run by AlltheInterweb previously under a variety of other names.
If you need web hosting services for your company, or some other project involving a website or blog, then this is a company you may want to place at the top of your list of choices.
They are one of the largest web hosting companies in the world, and I have been using them since 2002.
They are one of the most reliable, with a 99.9% uptime guarantee and they are also one of the most secure. Continue reading “Web Hosting Services”
Earlier in the year (about June), I promised I would start trying to do some website reviews here on the blogs in my quest to create content.
Some months later I’m in the mood to try get back to doing some blogging / content creation type stuff again, so here is the attempt at the first website review.
It probably won’t be as fiery as I originally had in mind, as many weeks have passed since they p*ssed me off, but lets try anyway.
I originally heard about the site on the recommendation of the “Computing Forever” guy off YouTube & Bitchute (Irish bloke named Dave).
It is an alternative social media website called Minds, for people frustrated with some of the more popular social media websites having developed a bit of an itchy trigger finger on the ban button in recent years on people wishing to exercise free speech on even the most mundane topics.
It apparently rewards you with Crytocurrency for posting. Continue reading “Lost Their Damn Minds(.com)”
It has recently come to my attention that the managed decline of Yahoo is set to continue with the binning of another of the parts of their website I’ve most frequently used over the years.
This time it is the Yahoo Groups feature.
Web service provider Yahoo is to close its ill-fated social media platform, Yahoo Groups, in the coming weeks, as it has seen “a steady decline in usage” over the last several years.
Its closure means that users will no longer be able send or receive messages from their group members.
“Thank you for helping us build one of the earliest digital communities – we’re proud and honoured to have forged countless connections over the last 20 years and played a small part in helping build your communities,” a statement from Yahoo said.
I’m still on the backfoot after they previously canned Yahoo Messenger service.
Apparently you can read more about the latest installment of their managed decline here.
Don’t forget there is a messageboard chat forum here on AlltheInterweb Blogs that you can use to talk about a variety of topics like you’ll no longer be able to with Yahoo.
One of the main things I have been meaning to include as part of the blog is an attempt at doing regular reviews of other people’s websites as part of AlltheInterweb‘s core mission to help you find all the interweb sites you’ll ever need.
However there hasn’t been much of a reason to motivate me into making that a priority.
That seems to have changed in the past month or so after 2 websites I was starting to like managed to p*ss me off by giving me a reminder why the moderator teams on other people’s websites never really inspire me with confidence that they’ve got a clue what they’re doing and motivate me to try to provide more sensible alternatives as best I can with my currently limited resources.
Watch this space for the reviews