Monthly Archives: July 2006

Blogging to Word Press from MS Word 2007 beta 2

I host my own Word Press blog and have found several wonderful things about blogging from MS Word 2007 beta 2. Here is a list of things that I think are completely awesome!

  • Write and Edit your blog without the lag of the internet
  • Write your blog using the joys of a the MS Word 2007 word processor
  • Manage several accounts
    • You can have an account for a multiple blogs
  • You can add a category to the blog before you upload it
    • MS Word logs into your blog and down loads all your categories

Q and A Update: Blogging via MS Word 2007 beta2

Richard K Miller, Q: “…maybe you can also blog about the accuracy of the German translation… (?) “

Bart Gibby, A: The German translation in Microsoft Word 2007 is actually done via an online third party called Word Lingo found at http://www.worldlingo.com. MS Word 2007 just sends the request directly to their website. I have not played with the translation feature much so as to accuracy I have not idea. I do know that it is fairly good but it was unable to translate some of my words seeing how they were tech or internet specific words. However this could be because many tech and internet words are from English origins and thus they are in English in German, they do add a Masculine, Feminine, or neuter article to the English word such as, der, die, or das.

Genesis of Henry Ford an Early Ford Motor Company History

In 1892 Henry Ford completed his first gasoline engine, born on a farm in the area of Dearborn, Michigan 29 years earlier Henry had just fulfilled his first vision. He had been experimenting with gasoline engines as a hobby in his spare time while working at the Detroit Edison Company. His engineering career intrigued him and he found great satisfaction in his accomplishment.

After spending “too much” time on the automobile the Detroit Edison Company felt it best that he resigned and perused his dream. He sold his fist car believing that he could build another lighter than the first. He used the proceeds to buy more materials.

Dave Bascom’s Dog

So I promised a local SEO Guru that I would obtain the #1 ranking for his Dog well rather the term “Dave Bascom’s Dog”. So this is the page where I attempt to do so using my sweet skills using the new MS Word 2007 beta blog file format, as I majestically upload directly to the net and blog about his dog. You can see a picture of Dave at his awesome SEO Firm blog called Search Trends and I wish the best for him. In fact I met Dave at a tech Expo last August, so almost a year ago. He has always shown me respect and kindness since and if there is anything I can do for you Dave, let me know. Here’s to Dave Bascom and his little dog too!

Downloadable Search Engine Back Links

Here is a simple study of the back links that the 4 major search engines allow you to browse:

Date

Sample Site Query Link

Search Engine

Indexed Back Links

Loadable Back Links

Average

7/11/2006

1g

Google.com

1,600,000

587

7/11/2006

2g

Google.com

1,020

576

7/11/2006

3g

Google.com

1,270,000

797

653

7/11/2006

1y

Yahoo.com

24,700,000

1,000

7/11/2006

2y

Yahoo.com

74,200,000

1,000

7/11/2006

3y

Yahoo.com

3,290,000

1,000

1,000

7/11/2006

1m

MSN.com

309,059

250

7/11/2006

2m

MSN.com

33,721,375

250

7/11/2006

3m

MSN.com

5,772,265

250

250