Lately it is kind of popular to trash Google. Very much like Microsoft, people love to complain about companies that take an important part of their daily life. Google is now an integral part of our life not only for search but for many other things. A good friend saw me convert foreign exchange on Google search and was very surprised you can do that. So here is a list of things I do in Google search which are not search related.
Looking up Whatâ€™s the Time in Other Places Around the World
Living in a far away island in the pacific with friends in Europe and America, this tool is a great help.
Our speaker will be James Tarquin, Enterprise Architect with Google.
He’ll be speaking about the “Key challenges with cloud services”, specifically security, change management and reliability.
Get copies of the flyer here both a thumbnail and a high-res copy are available here.
When: 2nd-Feb-2010 (Networking from 12 noon, formal session from 12:30 till 1:30pm)
Venue: Optimation Boardroom, 1 Grey Street, Wellington (New Zealand)
Sometimes we want to exclude a page from search engines. For example, repetitive pages that might lead to page rank penalties.
If you want to exclude pages with a specific name from several locations in your site – for example you might have a comments.php or a help.php in multiple parts of your site, and you want to hide it from search engines, you need to modify robots.txt.
Here is how you do it:
1) Create or edit robots.txt in the root of your site