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Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Search giant Google says it will cease full support for older browsers for its Google Docs and Google Sites applications come March 1. In this case, the list of affected browsers includes Internet Explorer 6.0, Mozilla Firefox 2.0, Apple Safari 2.0, as well as Google's own Chrome 3.0. While security might be the first assumption, the main rationale for doing so is better application speed, according to Google.
In a blog post, Google Apps Senior Product Manager Rajen Sheth downplayed the move, noting that "many other companies have already stopped supporting older browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 as well as browsers that are not supported by their own manufacturers."
Users can continue using the affected browsers to access the sites. However, Google cautioned that "newer features may not be available and some features may even stop working."
Next time you do keyword research, think beyond the first terms
that jump into your mind. Most people don't really research much
data, but the tend to use the tool to tell them about specific
phrases (THEY THINK) are most important. If you don't believe it
then check this example...
Example, What might a good root word be for an affiliate marketer
to use in a site about "recipes?"
TIP: Try researching anything BUT the most obvious word "recipes."
Explore the subtle supporting terms and see what happens. You might
try exploring a "food group" or action related to cooking.
See what I found here in this example of just using keyword forensics
method with an ordinary common food. Examples of KEI values of over
200,000 with only subtle difference in the word clusters.
List of Examples found in under 5 minutes: