For some odd reason the Aer Lingus website is now defaulting to the display for US visitors. I've tried this from several different IP ranges and it always does the same thing. Haven't they heard of Geo IP?? … [Read more...] about AerLingus.com – Taken Over by Americans?
Archives for July 2006
If people don't know about your website they can't visit it. Simple fact.Of course there are mountains of content written on how best to optimise your website for search engines etc., but it cannot hurt to spend a couple of hours manually submitting your site to search engines and directories. Some people will whine about non-Pr passing links ie. sites using redirectors … [Read more...] about Irish SEO – Where to Submit Your Site
I recently got a Nokia 9300i, so I ended up posting to this blog from it yesterday. It was not a pleasant experience! To overcome the basic display issues with the public area of my blog I installed Alex King's Wordpress Mobile Edition, which strips your blog down to the bare minimum and makes it perfectly usable from a PDA / mobile device. But what about actually posting to … [Read more...] about Blogging from Nokia 9300i
Just for laughs I thought I'd see how the number of subscribers to this blog had evolved over time. I first setup an account with FeedBurner back in June 2005, so the stats cover a period of just over 12 months:Of course there's no easy way of knowing exactly who is subscribed, but if you are into your stats it's still sort of interesting in a geeky kind of way :) … [Read more...] about FeedBurner – Tracking Subscribers over time
Over the last 6 months both myhome.ie and Daft.ie have been courting buyers, with an announcement early this morning that The Irish Times, who own Ireland.com, would buy MyHome.ie subject to the competition authority's approval. So what will The Irish Times do with it? Will they keep the site as is, or will they try to recoup their significant investment by making it pay per … [Read more...] about MyHome.ie To Become Pay Per View???