The Cute founder of SEO Philippines has announced the 2nd round of SEO Philippines’ keyword ranking contest. This time around, contentants’ blog/site need to rank number one for the keyword ituloy angsulong.
Got this from BBC news:
A few days after Google acquires YouTube, 30,000 video files from its system after receiving the Japan Society for Rights of Author, Composers and Publishers complained videos being posted at YouTube without permission.
Performancing is launching its performancing partners program which would give member blog a new way to earn money from their blogs. As what Yuga said, Performancing Partners is similar to Adbrite with a bigger revenue share given to bloggers (70%!).
451Press.com is sponsoring a WordPress template design contest for it’s blog network. A whooping $2000 dollars is at stake for the winning template. The contest will run for two weeks, starting last October 12.
After LibraryThing now comes Shelfari, another one of them social networking tools/web 2.0 applications technology. Shelfari let its members, called shelfarians (go figure), to show off their personal book collection via a virtual shelf.
Blessing of a newly bought car is an age old cultural tradition among Filipinos. The church of Antipolo which houses an image of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage is the most famous church where Metro Manila residents visit to have their new cars blessed. If you are thinking of going to Antipolo to have your car blessed, read my Pinoy Travel blog post first for some tips.
BBC News reports that Google and YouTube people “are in serious talk” over Google’s bid to acquire YouTube for a hefty sum of money. But YouTube people are denying the rumours. Whether this is true or not, it will certainly impact the million of YouTube users, specifically in terms of copyright issues of videos they upload.
Looks like Google is really out to win the hearts of the academe, scholars, librarians and other literacy advocates. After Google scholar, Google News, Google Books, comes a portal to host them all. Welcome The Google Literacy Project.
Yuga gave a head up to Marc’s write up on PTB about the recent Google Page Rank Update that was originally reported by Darren Rowse. I checked this blog’s page rank via the Google Page Rank Checker and found out that it went up from PR4 to PR5.