The official Google Webmaster Central Blog has a new post titled:
The Ultimate Fate of Supplemental Results
which as usual started a thread on WMW here.
According to the post:
From a user perspective, this means that you’ll be seeing more relevant documents and a much deeper slice of the web, especially for non-English queries. For webmasters, this means that good-quality pages that were less visible in our index are more likely to come up for queries.
Ii checked a website of mine which had geo-city & intra city pages & [for 'More results from ...], i was able to see lot many more pages which were not visible earlier. So, yes, Google is showing up more pages from a website, which were not displayed earlier, & this is without – “repeat the search with the omitted results included”.
So, good for website owners & better for Google as more adwords inventory to be unlocked.
Will report on this again, say in a month or 2 to check/report for consistency.
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on December 19, 2007 Comments (3)
** Update – 15th March 2008 **
The reviews have started to trickle in. See comment 58 onwards [at the bottom of this page] for the Reviews of Live Megadeth Concert in Bangalore.
** Update – 14th March 2008 **
Review of Megadeth Concert in Bangalore – “Rock in India” Concert.
Hi All, please send me your reviews of the concert here. The final setlist for this Megadeth concert & what you personally felt after the show.
Apart from awesome, terrific, great, please try to put across a genuine meaningful review. Thank You.
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Megadeth will be playing Live in Bangalore on 14th March 2008 at the “Rock in India” Concert.
Tickets are Now available at TicketPro.in
Here are the details from the TicketPro.in website
ROCK IN INDIA LIVE IN CONCERT
Date: Friday, 14th March 2008
Venue: Palace Grounds (Gayathri Vihar entrance), Bangalore
Featuring: Megadeth, Machine head, Pentagram, Junkyard groove
Ticket Price: Rs. 900 + Rs. 100 service fee
Gates open – 2 pm onwards
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on December 18, 2007 Comments (69)
** Updated News **
The site is now Live: CNN IBN Forum for students (CFS) is here; http://www.ibnlive.com/blogs/cfs/
Pune has been selected or rather students from Pune colleges have been selected by CNN IBN , for a new initiative for students to express their thoughts & views online on IBNLIVE http://www.ibnlive.com/
CNN IBN Forum for Students (CFS)
Students studying in Pune colleges have to become members of this CNN IBN Forum, after selection, they can blog on ANY national or international news or events. The blogs of these Pune students will be shown on IBNLive.com
At the end of an year, CNN IBN, will review the comments on these blogs. Top 50 rankers will receive Certificates from Rajdeep Sardesai. These certificates will mention the how the Pune student’s views on national & international news & events were accepted by people.
Some students will get to appear on Rajdeep Sardesai’s show: ‘The Verdict’, met Rajdeep & rest of the experts on the show.
The whole idea of CNN IBN Forum for Students is to get youth involvement in reading, sharing & providing their opinions on news & events. So, this is basically, making good use of ‘Freedom of Speech’ at a international level as IBNLive has a global audience primarily with Indian news & events in focus.
Students will be benefited, in turn from the response they get on the comments on their blogs. Students through the feedback on comments, would know how acceptable their views on issues are, when they would soon have to face the ‘real’ world, when they step out for employment.
I personally feel that this is a great opportunity for students, you lucky Pune college students! Join now, here are the details. Simple, just write an email to Shilpa Dhamija.
Students studying in Pune colleges, who would be interested in applying for the CNN IBN Forum for Students (CFS) should write to Shilpa Dhamija here:
shilpa.dhamija @ network18online.com
You can now register on the site itself, instead of writing of Shilpa.
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on December 4, 2007 Comments (16)