WordPress gives you the ability to specify a specific URL structure for your blog via the Permalink Settings.  Using permalinks that include names is great for search engine optimization (SEO).  For instance my Bread Machine Diva site uses the “Month and name” structure.  Here’s what it looks like in theRead More →

No, Google Caffeine isn’t the latest drink at Starbucks.  It’s the latest version of the Google search algorithm and it may affect your search engine standings. Google is always striving to bring people better search results.   So from time to time they change the way they calculate search results byRead More →

Recently a friend and I were talking about Google search results.  We queried Google for the same term and received different results.  Why?  I was logged into my Google account at the time.  I discovered that Google uses people’s web history to try and give them more relevant search results. Read More →