That’s a wrap! – Friday 28th September

Article over on ProBlogger about 46 (possible) tax deductions for bloggers, by the looks of it some of these are assets (e.g. computers) which are a bit more complicated than monthly costs, so I’d ask an accountant about that or you could run into the taxation problem Scott wrote about previously.

Have you seen Live video search found courtesy of Dave N this is neat. Do a search for something like transformers and just hover your mouse over clip and it auto plays. Blogstorm also commented this week on the big LIVE search update.

Tim does a nice write up on how to spot a snake skin SEO seller with 40 things you don’t want to hear from your new potential SEO company.


Google celebrated their 9th Birthday this week, Happy Birthday Google!

Adsense Tracker posts about the End of Page Rank and Google 2.0, class  🙂

Good article on Dosh Dosh about how to make more money from Adsense’s Firefox referrals, I’m giving this a go at the moment.

Today’s addictive game is another of those annoying ones (13.259 seconds to beat), enjoy and have a great weekend!

About Al Carlton

Al quit the 9 to 5 rat race in January of 2007, before then he was a software engineer and systems architect of financial system. Nowadays Al spends the days running his various businesses and experimenting with different ideas and opportunities.
Al can be found on twitter at AlCarlton.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the Link guys 🙂 the addictive game not that addictive but I achieved a healthy 16secs on my 5th go but I think you need to play this with a mouse not a trackpad 😉

  2. Thanks for the link love!

  3. Oh man. The End of PageRank scared the crap outta me! I was literally ready to say goodbye to a decent chunk of my revenue based on that!

  4. I wonder what google 2.0 will bring?

    I heard about a new gmail on zdnet which is something i am really looking foreword too,

  5. I think you can ignore pagerank and just do a search for your keyword and the top 20 websites in Google are the ones you want to do business with. 😉 It can be that simple.

  6. I am having a hard time convincing myself that google is only 9 years old. Tax deductions – is that only for people who are actually earning money with their websites?

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