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Google appoints Internetrix as a Technology Partner

Posted by Internetrix on 10 June 2008

Google Analytics Website Optimiser Technology PartnerInternetrix, one of only six companies globally, and the only company outside North America, has been selected by Google to join an exclusive new Technology Partner program.

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UOW Prize Presentation Ceremony

Posted by Internetrix on 2 June 2008

Internetrix was glad to attend our first University of Wollongong Prize Presentation Ceremony. With the majority of Internetrix staff being UOW alumni, and our ongoing reliance on the University for high caliber graduates we have become prize sponsors for two subjects on an ongoing basis.

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Still not getting indexed?

Posted by Internetrix on 21 May 2008

Still not getting indexed?

So, you followed the directions above and you are still not appearing in Google search results. What are you doing wrong? Here are a few possibilities:

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Building inbound links

Posted by Internetrix on 21 May 2008

3. Building inbound links

This method of getting indexed does not only assist in getting your page to appear in all search engines, but it also helps in raising your ranking in the search engine results (aka increase in PageRank). Inbound links can be seen as getting a good word from one of your colleagues when applying for a job promotion. The more people that appraise you, the more likely you stand to get the job. By getting more relevant external webpages to link to your website through html hyperlinks, the more likely your website is to get indexed by Google and the more your PageRank will increase. The qualifications of your inbound links is also relevant, as education (.edu) and government (.gov) domains have more of an impact on your PageRank in comparison to commercial (.com) websites. There are many ways to build inbound links to your website and how many is only limited to how creative you are.

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How to submit a sitemap

Posted by Internetrix on 21 May 2008

2. Submitting a sitemap

A sitemap is exactly what the name suggests - it is a map of your website. A sitemap includes the names of each page of your website and also the structure of your website. By submitting a sitemap to Google, the Googlebot can easily see which pages will be crawled through, increasing the chance that all pages of your website are indexed into the Google database. Sitemap submission is most helpful with websites where flash or AJAX components are present; the sitemap provStariding easier crawling for the spider. The sitemap must be designed in XML format and the protocol can be seen at http://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.php.

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Submitting your URL to Google

Posted by Internetrix on 21 May 2008

1. Submitting your URL to Google


The simplest way to get your website to show up in Google's search results is to directly submit your URL to Google. This can be done by visiting www.google.com/addURL/ and entering your URL, as well as any comments that you would like to let Google know. The comments actually have no affect on determining which keywords are associated with your page, so it is optional. Google asks to only provide your top-level domain such as www.example.com rather than www.example.com/index/examplepage, as the Googlebot will crawl through your website traversing each hyperlink from your homepage.

This technique has been argued to be the least effective method of getting your website indexed. This is not only because of the comment from Google website which says "We do not add all submitted URLs to our index, and we cannot make any predictions or guarantees about when or if they will appear, but also because it is argued that in terms of search engine result ranking

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Starting a website: How to get indexed by Google

Posted by Internetrix on 21 May 2008

Starting a website: How to get indexed by Google

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Online Payments (SSL)

Posted by Internetrix on 10 March 2008

Online Payments (SSL)Making transactions with Netbank or on the internet is now standard practice.

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Conclusions

Posted by Internetrix on 14 February 2008

Conclusions

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Other Streaming Portals

Posted by Internetrix on 14 February 2008

Other Streaming Portals

The main limitation to streaming television is that not all of the networks make their shows available to view. There are a number of good search sites that allow you to find the latest TV offerings from the US. You are able to stream episodes that haven't yet been broadcast in Australia and old favourites. There are legal concerns surrounding the use of these websites - often the people hosting the videos don't have any right to be sharing them, leaving them open for piracy damages. It isn't clear whether streaming these videos is a form of piracy or not, since you're not even saving the files, much less sharing them with anyone else.

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