New York City, New York (PRWEB) January 14, 2008
The answer to the question "What is Google up to?" can now be easily answered: Simply visit Ginside. Ginside is a regularly updated space where information relating to current Google news and other hot happenings within the quickly growing Internet empire is shared. The owner of the website, Jonathan Dingman, puts his own personal spin on all of the news on Ginside's website.
Ginside provides an important service to anyone who is interested in keeping up with current events at Google. This includes new features, stock information, and information relating to the faces behind the search engine empire. This may also include changes in algorithms and guidelines relating to affiliate marketing, search engine optimization and pay-per-click advertising through Google AdWords and Google AdSense, plus more. Ginside will often feature search engine tips as well.
The list of interested parties includes webmasters, Internet marketers, affiliate marketers, search engine optimization firms, website designers and plain old Internet enthusiasts. What this means is that Ginside is quickly developing a strong reputation that will continue to grow as interest in the behind-the-scenes aspects of Google does.
With such a strong understanding of Google and the way that search engines work, it really is no wonder why Ginside decided to update their website design to include a visually appealing and user friendly design. Ginside understands that both form and function are necessary in order to create a well balanced website, and a well balanced website is exactly what they have created with their new website design.
Ginside is also known as Google Inside, and is dedicated to providing all of the most recent and relevant Google news by following current activities and speculating about future activities relating to Google. With so much going on at Google all the time, it is important to know what is going on, and what is what Ginside strives to provide.
The founder of Ginside, Jonathan Dingman, was recently quoted by SearchNewz.com, "I honestly feel that if Google is doing this to bully the paid link market, the industry will just find another way to determine link values. Technorati, Compete.com, Alexa, Y! backlinks, you name it, there's another metric out there." He has a strong background in search marketing and has worked for companies such as Commission Junction and ROO Media.